743311 -- Devon Eugene "Gene" Zolman & Mary Elizabeth "Libby" Ivey
Anniversary: Warsaw (IN) Times-Union of Tue. 24-May-1994 p.6A
Mr. & Mrs. Devon E. Zolman
Mrs. and Mrs. Devon Eugene Zolman, 3370 E. Pierceton Road, Warsaw, will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. June 5 at Stonehenge Country Club, Pierceton Road, Warsaw.
Zolman and the former Mary Elizabeth Ivey were married June 4, 1944, in Tullahoma, Tenn.
He is a World War II veteran and retired lineman from NIPSCO.
She retired from the international department at Zimmer.
They own and operate a farming and elevator business.
They are the parents of Fred Zolman and Donald Zolman of Pierceton;
Mrs. Roger (Linda) Kunce, Cromwell;
and Mrs. Lavon (Elaine) Wood, Warsaw.
They also have 11 grandchildren.
They request no gifts.
Gene and Libby at the 2003 Zolman Reunion.
Obituary: Warsaw (IN) Times-Union of Mon. 14-Nov-2005 p.3A
Devon Eugene "Gene" Zolman
Devon Eugene "Gene" Zolman,81, of 3370 E. Pierceton Road, Warsaw, died at 11:20 p.m. Nov. 12, 2005, in South Bend Memorial Hospital.
He was born Dec. 21, 1923, in Kosciusko County, to Sanford Wayne and Alta M. Tucker Zolman.
On June 4, 1944, he married Mary Elizabeth Ivey, who survives.
A lifetime Kosciusko County resident, he retired as a serviceman at NIPSCO in 1982,
and was founder of Zolman Farms Inc.
He was a World War II U.S. Army veteran, serving in the 17th Airborne Division, Amphibious Engineers.
He was a member of Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge 73 and American Legion Post 49, all in Warsaw,
and Mizpah Shirne and Fort Wayne Valley Scottish Rite, both in Fort Wayne.
Also surviving are two sons, Fred G. and Donald R. Zolman, both of Pierceton;
two daughters, Mrs. Roger (Linda) Kunce, Cromwell, and Mrs. Lavon (Elaine) Wood, Pierceton;
11 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren;
a brother Ted R. Zolman, Winona Lake; and two sisters, Bertie Lou Flenar, Warsaw,
and Judy Higgenbotham, Fort Wayne.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, Rex and John Zolman, a sister, Charlene Snyder, and a grandson, Craig Kunce.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw, with the Rev. Robert Boggs officiating and
with military rites by members of American Legion Post 49 and Veterans of Foreign Wars 1126, both of Warsaw.
Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
Calling is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Memorials to Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, 2943 E. CR 400S, Warsaw, IN 46580.
The Descendants of Adam Zolman/Zollman
09/29/06 - SAH