Kenneth Zarbaugh

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April 21, 1927 - December 1, 2017

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Visition

Thursday, December 7th from 5-8 p.m. at Moreland Funeral Home

Service

Friday, December 8th 11 a.m. at Lewis Center United Methodist Church

Burial

Fairview Memorial Park

Kenneth L. “Kenny” Zarbaugh, age 90, of Westerville, formerly of Lewis Center; passed away December 1, 2017 at home. Retired from Olentangy School District. Graduate of Groveport Madison High School where he is a member of the Hall of Fame and Otterbein College where he played football and set scoring records that stand today. Member of Otterbein Hall of Fame and former baseball coach. Also a member of the Otterbein “O” Club, Leather Helmet Club, Hiram Lodge #18 F & AM, Delco Water Board and Lewis Center United Methodist Church where he held many titles. U.S. Marine Corps veteran. Survived by his daughter, Linda (Paul) Mills; grandchildren, Jason (Shanna) Mills, Jeffrey (Brittany) Mills, Courtney (Mike) England and Kelsey Blair; great-grandchildren, Grayson, Myla, Kallen and Savannah; several nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife, Glenna; daughter, Jayne Marie; parents, John and Helen Zarbaugh; and sister, Edna May. Friends may call at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, Thursday 5-8 p.m.. Service will be held at Lewis Center United Methodist Church, 1081 Lewis Center Road, Lewis Center, OH Friday at 11 a.m., Pastor Tom Hanover, officiating. Interment Fairview Memorial Park. In lieu flowers, contributions may be made to Lewis Center United Methodist Church. Special thanks to Visiting Angels who provided compassionate care. Masonic service Thursday at 6 p.m..


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James Ingles - Dec 4, 2017

Our deepest sympathy to the family Mr. ZarBaugh was a great man and leader he was will be greatly missed but remembered.

Charlie Roe - Dec 4, 2017

Linda and Paul so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. I thought a lot of both your parents. Know he is reuniting with loved one in Heaven!!!!

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