Stanley Eugene Zeller, Jr.

Stanley Eugene Zeller, Jr.

October 4, 1949 - November 10, 2012

Stanley Eugene Zeller, Jr.

October 4, 1949 - November 10, 2012


Stanley Eugene Zeller, Jr., age 63 of Nashville, TN., passed away November 10, 2012 at his residence. He was born in Nashville on October 4, 1949 to Stanley E. Zeller, Sr., and Mary Frances Jackson. Stanley graduated from Belmont University with his bachelors degree in computer programing. Stanley is survived by his son Brandon Jessica Michael Zeller of Huntsville and his daughter Tami David Michelle Moore of Marietta; siblings: Keith Lori J. Zeller, Daryl Carole Zeller, Melanie Rick Wenzler, Brian Fran Zeller, Kenny Billie Zeller; grandchildren: Joelle Alexi, Zeller Ray Moore, Sophia Rae Zeller, Brighton Hope Moore, and several nieces and nephews.

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10 responses to Stanley Eugene Zeller, Jr.

  1. Kay Jones says:

    My heart breaks for Tami, Brandon and the entire Zeller family. My husband Gil and I were able to spend some time with Stan and Tami Labor Day at Tami’s home before heading home to Nashville. Although his body was sick and he was weak, the same Stan smile we’d always known was there as was the same wit and same laugh. Stan was present at several memorable moments for me, including my marriage to Gil Jones and the birth of our son Blake. I cherish the 30 years I knew him and I’m thankful to have been a part of his life and thankful for him being in mine. Press on Buddy!

  2. Lori Zeller says:

    Love you much, and you will be greatly missed.

  3. I miss my brother

  4. The first thing I thought, his big smile & good natured wit. To his wife & family our sincere regrets.

  5. Tami Moore says:

    Daddy, to say I miss you is an under-statement and the void is more than I could’ve imagined. Thank you for the love and friendship we always shared, especially in the last ten years. That closeness is one I’ll always cherish. I hope you like what we’ve done with your artwork and hope to always make you proud. Watch over us and give us signs you’re there. I love you so very much!! Love, Your Peanut

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