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Lynne Zebrowski


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Lynne Zebrowski departed this life on 7/17/2020 at Mountain View Medical Center after weeks of complications due to Covid-19. She was a loving and devoted wife, dedicated and proud mother, loving grandmother, and kind and generous friend to many.

Lynne was born and raised and educated in Fairfield, CT, and graduated from Central Connecticut State Teachers College with a Master’s Degree in Education. She taught students in the Trumbull Public School system for over 30 years, inspiring the minds of nearly three generations.

Lynne met her great love Bart in Fairfield, they were married and enjoyed 43 years of marriage, raising two children, Tracy and Chris, enjoying annual vacations in Cape Cod, and eventually beginning their retirement to Mesa Arizona before losing Bart 12 years ago.

Lynne took great joy in collecting antiques toys, and many different items over the years. Lynne was an avid sports fan supporting the Michigan Wolverines, the Jets, Giants, and Mets, and in her younger years, the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Lynne especially loved her “babies”– her two dogs Casey and Kelly –a gift from Bart 16 years ago. Most of all Lynne enjoyed her amazing circle of friends at the doggy park, the red hat ladies, playing mahjong and cards, and lunch and dinner with a variety of groups. Lynne had too many social contacts to mention here but each of you and the Arizona sun made her happy every day.

Lynne is predeceased by her parents Joseph and Marie and her loving husband of 44 years, Bart Zebrowski.

She is survived by her children; Tracy and Chris, her three beautiful grandchildren Ryan, Ashley and Lilah; and her brother Alan.

Lynne will be missed by all of those whose lives she touched. Memorial services will be held in Connecticut and Arizona at later time.

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5 responses to “Lynne Zebrowski”

  1. Tom Bartimole says:

    I taught with Lynne at Hillcrest in Trumbull.
    So sorry to hear of her death.
    My condolences to you all.

  2. Denice Alexiou says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Lynne in the early 80s. I grew pretty close to the family.
    It was a joy to be her hairdresser for a number of years, until I moved away. I looked forward to her weekly visits, and enjoyed our long talks.
    If we get to pick out our version of heaven, she’s walking on the beach with Bart, and they’ve got several dogs running around with them. Enjoy, my friend

  3. Chris says:

    Thank you Tom! She loved Hillcrest and all her teacher friends.
    I remember them calling her the black streak for passing people in her black montecarlo on the way in to work.
    Thank you for your kind words!

  4. Chris says:

    You were always special to her Denice – I seem to recall she was convinced she wanted to be a seagull in her next life – not sure how that worked out but I hope she is happy. Thank you for all the joy your visits provided her! The last time I got to see her I said yup! Hair still looks good !

  5. Laura buzgo wilkins says:

    Out family grew up together . Lynne and Bart were so fun to be with. My mom meet her at jaycees. She let my parents visit a few times in february in arizona. After my mother was diagnosed with dementia she remained a dear friend. She called my dad and when in town would have dinner. My condolences to tracy and chris. Your mother was an amazing person . All will feel her loss

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Lynne Zebrowski


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Lynne Zebrowski departed this life on 7/17/2020 at Mountain View Medical Center after weeks of complications due to Covid-19. She was a loving and devoted wife, dedicated and proud mother, loving grandmother, and kind and generous friend to many.

Lynne was born and raised and educated in Fairfield, CT, and graduated from Central Connecticut State Teachers College with a Master’s Degree in Education. She taught students in the Trumbull Public School system for over 30 years, inspiring the minds of nearly three generations.

Lynne met her great love Bart in Fairfield, they were married and enjoyed 43 years of marriage, raising two children, Tracy and Chris, enjoying annual vacations in Cape Cod, and eventually beginning their retirement to Mesa Arizona before losing Bart 12 years ago.

Lynne took great joy in collecting antiques toys, and many different items over the years. Lynne was an avid sports fan supporting the Michigan Wolverines, the Jets, Giants, and Mets, and in her younger years, the Brooklyn Dodgers.

Lynne especially loved her “babies”– her two dogs Casey and Kelly –a gift from Bart 16 years ago. Most of all Lynne enjoyed her amazing circle of friends at the doggy park, the red hat ladies, playing mahjong and cards, and lunch and dinner with a variety of groups. Lynne had too many social contacts to mention here but each of you and the Arizona sun made her happy every day.

Lynne is predeceased by her parents Joseph and Marie and her loving husband of 44 years, Bart Zebrowski.

She is survived by her children; Tracy and Chris, her three beautiful grandchildren Ryan, Ashley and Lilah; and her brother Alan.

Lynne will be missed by all of those whose lives she touched. Memorial services will be held in Connecticut and Arizona at later time.

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5 responses to “Lynne Zebrowski”

  1. Tom Bartimole says:

    I taught with Lynne at Hillcrest in Trumbull.
    So sorry to hear of her death.
    My condolences to you all.

  2. Denice Alexiou says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Lynne in the early 80s. I grew pretty close to the family.
    It was a joy to be her hairdresser for a number of years, until I moved away. I looked forward to her weekly visits, and enjoyed our long talks.
    If we get to pick out our version of heaven, she’s walking on the beach with Bart, and they’ve got several dogs running around with them. Enjoy, my friend

  3. Chris says:

    Thank you Tom! She loved Hillcrest and all her teacher friends.
    I remember them calling her the black streak for passing people in her black montecarlo on the way in to work.
    Thank you for your kind words!

  4. Chris says:

    You were always special to her Denice – I seem to recall she was convinced she wanted to be a seagull in her next life – not sure how that worked out but I hope she is happy. Thank you for all the joy your visits provided her! The last time I got to see her I said yup! Hair still looks good !

  5. Laura buzgo wilkins says:

    Out family grew up together . Lynne and Bart were so fun to be with. My mom meet her at jaycees. She let my parents visit a few times in february in arizona. After my mother was diagnosed with dementia she remained a dear friend. She called my dad and when in town would have dinner. My condolences to tracy and chris. Your mother was an amazing person . All will feel her loss

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