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Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home

145 East Mount Pleasant Ave, Livingston, NJ

OBITUARY

Herbert Frank Zitch Jr.

August 30, 1929June 30, 2019

Herbert Frank Zitch, Jr., of Waretown, NJ, passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Herbert Frank Jr. was a graduate of Seton Hall Prep and Seton Hall University. He served in the Navy during the Korean War. He was born in Newark, NJ and had lived in Florham Park, NJ for 47 years, before moving to Waretown, NJ in 2007. He was also a benefactor of the Religious Teachers Filippini, Villa Walsh, in Morristown, NJ.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 3 from 4-7 PM at the Quinn-Hopping Funeral Home, 145 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, Livingston. A funeral mass will be offered in the St. Lucy Filippini Chapel at Villa Walsh, Morristown, NJ on Friday, July 5 at 11AM. Burial will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, East Hanover.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, July 3, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, July 5, 2019
  • Interment Friday, July 5, 2019

REMEMBERING

Herbert Frank Zitch Jr.

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Jay Henderek

July 2, 2019

Cousin Herb was a principled, genuine and thoughtful man. He invested in family and friends often and gave generously of his time and resources. When I told Herb that I was going back to school full time, he immediately offered to help by covering my first semester’s meal plan. Herb took pride in people close to him and told stories about them often and with enthusiasm. I still remember how he would light up while telling stories of working for his Uncle Joe or him announcing with pride to the staff of a restaurant how I was a Marine Sergeant and was down to visit him. He was engaged with the world around him and open to viewpoints of others. We did not see eye to eye on everything but I could always count on Herb to consider all sides of a story. He’s a good man who’s in heaven now- May he Rest In Peace.

Robyn Henderek

July 1, 2019

Cousin Herbie was a humble and generous man. He walked through life always holding family first. This was apparent in his stories of joy and love and even those of hardship. Cousin Herbie was the connection we had to the ancestors we never knew but gave everything for us to have a better life. He used to collect small trinkets for us Henderek children and at the end of every visit Herbie would give each of us a small gift. Whether it was a key chain, a small box of chocolates, pens, a new tee-shirt, or coins, the gesture was always in love. Herbie is at peace now and reunited in the Heavens with his beloved mother.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY