Elaine Zinn

Elaine Zinn

Sunday, December 27th, 1942 Friday, September 4th, 2020

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Obituary for Elaine Zinn

Haysville – Zinn, Elaine, 77 passed away Friday September 4, 2020
A Celebration of Elaine’s Life will be held September 26th at The Point Christian Fellowship Church 514 North 3rd Street in Temple, TX at 2:00 p.m.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Bobby Zinn; stepfather, Bill Krugman; father, Roland (Sadie) Briggs.
Elaine is survived by her two children, Alissa Tevis (Trent) and Amy Edgar (Jay); grandchildren, Tarent Tevis (Morgan), Grant Tevis (Heidi), Jayme Gabbert (Chase), Jace Edgar; great granddaughters, Lorelei Grace Tevis and Ellis Elaine Gabbert; mother, Bernice Krugman; half-sisters, Beth Stokes and Tally Briggs; Nephews Ryan (Dawn) Stokes and Brett (Allison) Stokes. Great Nephews Gage, Ryan, Wade, Kody, Noah, Liam, and Great Niece Hana.

Elaine and Bobby lived in several locations throughout their marriage. They were married in Temple, TX and lived there until 1976, when Bobby was transferred with the Santa Fe Railroad to Olathe, KS. They lived there for 6 months, and then were transferred to Barstow, CA. Bobby and Elaine enjoyed bowling with their Santa Fe friends in many leagues. After Barstow, they were transferred to Topeka KS, Shawnee KS, South Elgin IL, and finally retiring in Granbury TX. All throughout their marriage and travels, they made and kept so many wonderful friends.

Elaine was a very talented artist. She was trained in several disciplines of painting as she lived throughout the country. She was a member of the Granbury Art Association and has painted so many beautiful pictures for family members and dear friends across the United States.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer’s Association, 1820 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67214

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Ken & Donna Williams

So sorry. Bobby and Elaine were dear friends of ours from our Santa Fe life. Our sympathy to the family

Ken & Donna Williams
Comment | Posted at 09:02pm via Condolence

Joy Diane Feo

She was a loving, gracious and gentle lady. Her artistic talent was amazing. A wonderful 'other mother' to my son Trent Tevis.
Comment | Posted at 11:58am via Condolence

Rene Dasher

Such a lovely family, I met the Zinn family in high school when I moved to Shawnee. Alissa and I went to the same school, they always made me feel so welcomed and comfortable. Beautiful people, lots of love to the family.
Comment | Posted at 10:42am via Condolence

Elizabeth Farran

Your Mom's smile will always warm our hearts. Her artwork will forever brighten the world we live in. Our deepest condolences.
Kent & Liz Farran
Comment | Posted at 10:55am via Condolence

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