Obituaries - Condolences

Condolences to the Family of Timothy D. "Zeke" Zunker

April L Opper Merrill, WI – Posted On: November 21, 2022

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. I can't even begin to express my condolences. I was just thinking about him the other day and laughing. I remember going to McDonald's when he worked there for family night, and flying off his handle bars after he decided to use the wall as his breaks. He used to even play Barbies with me when I was little. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.

Auntie Diane & Uncle Al Mosinee, Wisconsin/Victoria, Texas – Posted On: November 21, 2022

Tim was so full of laughter and fun. He had a great sense of humor. He always gave his mother such a hard time because she was so serious and he was the opposite. Tim took such good care of his parents when they needed something or if they just simply needed a good chewing out. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. God has definitely called another angel home ❤️

Roseann Lindner Shaw Eau Claire, WI – Posted On: November 21, 2022

My heartfelt condolences to you.
Zeke was probably the nicest, funniest and caring person I had ever met. Our family (Weyer) loved him as one of our own. He gave himself to others without a second thought. I will miss his infectious laugh, his crazy jokes and just him being him.

Dave and Pam Wilson Antigo Wisconsin – Posted On: November 20, 2022

Mr. and Mrs. Zunker, it is with great sympathy and shock that we are sending our condolences to you. I happened to meet Tim through a mutual friend Duane Weyer. Tim asked me to be at the airport when you came back from the honor flight. I was honored to do so. He was so proud of the fact that he could sponsor you and talked at great length about how proud he was of you and all the men and women on that flight. he wanted me to meet you and I did after you landed. Whenever I was in the Wausau area I would call him and we would meet at Brews brothers for supper. He would always try to analyze me and get into my head which now I find kind of funny because when I would not talk about my military career he started calling me Sallee!!! I actually came to the point where I kind of liked the nickname that he gave me!!! This has to be the hardest situation to deal with that you’ve ever experienced, and I want you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. I would really like to meet the two of you again in the future. I am going to really miss him. Sincerely yours Dave.

Pam Wilson Antigo, WI – Posted On: November 20, 2022

You have our deepest sympathy.
He will be very missed.

Wendy Weyer Posted On: November 20, 2022

Tom and Linda zeke was such an amazing person, a ray of sunshine he was kind caring and so unselfish. Words can not express how much he will be missed in the world. The weyer family will truly miss him. He was the brother I never had. I will never forget his laugh his smile and most of all his amazing hugs. I'm so so sorry Tom but it was an honor to meet you in AZ. And it was truly an honor to know you son zeke

Paul and Cindy Weyer Loyal Wi – Posted On: November 20, 2022

Tom and Linda are deepest sympathies to you. Tim {Zeke} will be so missed here at the Weyer Farm in all are crazy things we do. Little did we know that on Thursday it would be his last time at the farm. Zeke was like a Uncle, brother, nephew, son and a great friend, all wrapped up in one wonderful person to this family he wasn't blood related, but we sure considered Zeke family. Rest in Peace our friend.