OBITUARY

Elizabeth Sara Conrad-Zebro

April 29, 1995October 26, 2019

Miss Elizabeth Sara Conrad-Zebro, born April 29, 1995 passed away peacefully on October 25, 2019 in her home in Columbia, SC. She is survived by her mother, Connie Conrad; her father Stanley Philip Zebro; her sisters Lorraine Vigliotta and Stephanie Schwabenbauer; her brothers Zechariah Conrad-Zebro, Phil Zebro, Nathan Zebro and Nick Zebro. She is also survived by her beloved nephews Declan, Miles, Josh, Phil, Micha, Brandon, and Mason; and nieces Katalina, Savannah, Maddie, Ellie, and Rebecca.

Elizabeth, known as Libbie, had a way of loving her close friends and family in a way that made them feel like they were the only people that mattered in the world to her. Her perseverance and tenacity got her through obstacles in life that built character many wish to strive for. She wanted everyone around her to feel special, constantly building up and supporting anyone that crossed her path. She had a passion for music, crime shows, and loved the feeling of freedom on the road while riding her motorcycle. Her smile shined from across the room and her belly laughs would bring tears of joy to your eyes. Taken too soon, she was truly a special soul who will be missed by many.

There will be a Memorial held in her honor for close family and friends from 2:00-4:00PM in Steele Creek Charlotte on Tuesday October 29th. Please email Lcviglio@gmail.com for details.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to a suicide prevention charity of your choice.

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Tracey Giffin

October 31, 2019

I don’t even know where to begin at this point so I’m just going to start off by saying Libbie was a one a kind person. She had a smile on her face that would light up any room she walked in. She was the most caring loving trustworthy unique sweet person all around. She knew the right words to say if you were in a bad mood. She always put someone in a good mood. She was the life of the party. I’ll forever call Libbie my big sister because she helped me through a lot and she was my shoulder to cry on when things go rough! She was a beautiful soul taken too soon from us. I’ll forever miss her and I’ll never ever forget her! May you fly high and rest easy beautiful your memory will live on forever babygirl I’ll always be blessed and honored that I had you apart of my life and to call you my big sister keep watching over us gorgeous❤️❤️
ILoveandMissYouSoMuchBabyGirl💙💙

Steven Dickson Jr

October 30, 2019

She was an inspiration to anyone trying to look for the good in life to help theirs she was a beam of hope and evidence that anything can be over come with time, she was a true friend to anyone who needed it even with her own life to live she cared for others before her self I give her my upmost respect for the way she chose to live her life she was truly a blessing, now she’s tearing that bike down the streets of heaven. Ride High Libs Ride High

Samantha Knox

October 29, 2019

My sweet beautiful fierce bestfriend / Sister you taught me the true meaning of friendship from 3rd grade all the way till you moved away I spent every sleeping awakening moment with you no-one understood me the way you did all our long no destination talks and walks god I miss you Libbie and I love you with all my heart I'll hold you in mynheart forever my beloved beautiful sister watch over momma Connie and keep her safe sissy fly high beautiful you finally got your wings to be free 😭❤

Hayley Maraugha

October 29, 2019

Oh sweet Libbie. I remember our late night conversations and your kindness. You were such an old soul, wise way beyond your age. You always had a way of just making people laugh, no matter the circumstances. I hope you've found peace, kiddo. <3

Hayley Maraugha

October 29, 2019

Oh sweet Libbie. I remember our late night conversations and your kindness. You were such an old soul, wise way beyond your age. You always had a way of just making people laugh, no matter the circumstances. I hope you've found peace, kiddo. <3

Sherri Sowell

October 29, 2019

Libby was a joy just the few times I had the privilege to meet her. She offered my daughter, Taylor Morris, her friendship and open loving arms. She helped her tremendously through very hard times during her recovery. If it wasn't for her Taylor would not be where she is today. Taylor always talked about how loving, beautiful, and helpful she was to her inside and out. I can't imagine what her parents, family, and friends are going through. I will be praying for you all and am glad I got to meet such a wonderful young woman and appreciate all she has done for Taylor and everyone she touched.

Love,
Sherri and Jimmie Sowell

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY