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Mary Zellner

Deceased: 05/12/11

Mary Carolyn Zellner went home to be with her Lord May 12, 2011. She was born May 20, 1923 to James Otis and Bessie Carmichael Zellner. Reared in Birmingham's West End on Cotton Avenue, she was graduated from West End High School in the class of 1941. There she was in the Honor Society, active in athletics, and was a violinist in the school orchestra. She was a graduate of Bob Jones University. Mary Carolyn was preceded in death by two brothers James and George Otis Zellner. She is also preceded by her most special friends, Wendy and Zero. She is survived by a brother, Wilford Zellner, a sister Martha Zellner Newman, and several nephews and nieces. Nephew, Jerry Zellner (Nancy) and Jim and Pam Lollar were treasured friends and caregivers. She was retired from Birmingham Sash and Door after serving as Credit Manager for 37 years. Mary Carolyn was truly a "Renaissance Woman", having numerous interests and excelling in various hobbies: photography, wood-working, ceramics, gardening, oil painting, crocheting and fishing. A member of Glen Iris Baptist Church, her memorial service will be held at the church on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 10:00 with visitation one hour prior to the service. Pastor Chris Lamb will officiate. Burial will be at Camp Memorial Cemetery, 1095 Highway 54 East, Fayetteville, Georgia, Saturday afternoon, May 14, 2011. In lieu of flowers donations may be given in her memory to her beloved WGIB Radio, 1137 10th Place South, Birmingham, Alabama 35205.


I am sorry for your loss. May looking forward to the fulfillment of nthese scriptures be of enouragement to you. Isaiah 33:24, and 25:8. These scriptures tell us that the God of love will bring an end to sickness and death. Gods son, Jesus christ spoke about the resurection hope, in John 5:28,29. That means that we will haave the opportunity tosee our loved ones again. Sounds to good to be true? Just think if Adam and Eve would have followed the instructions at Genesis 2:17, mankind would not be suffering sickness and death. That leads to this question, will the God of love ever fulfill his original purpose? Please read Psalms 37:10,11,29, and 72:7,8. There you will find the answer. I hope that this letter and the sriptures within wil give you and your family some comfort and asured hope.