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On Friday, September 7, 2018, Stanley M. Zebron passed away at home with his family by his side. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on April 12, 1940. He is survived by his wife Rita M. Zebron and his daughters, Sharon T. Zebron and Karen D. Osburn along with his grandchildren Neil Gobrecht, Maura Reinhardt, Chris Osburn and Kaylee Osburn. He is also survived by his brother Donald Zebron and neices and nephews, Joseph Zebron, Jerry Zebron, Veronica Zebron, Steven Zebron, Edward Zebron, David Zebron, and Debbie Timmons. Stanley was preceded in death by his mother Cecilia R. and his father Frank H. Zebron and his sister Frances Stonko and brother David Zebron.
Stanley Zebron retired from Lever Brothers Company after working many years as a pipe fitter/maintenance engineer.
Stanley enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He loved camping, boating, fishing , crabbing, and just about any sport.
He could always make you laugh with a joke or funny saying and maintained his good sense of humor throughout his toughest times.
He was an all around sports enthusiast and great fan of football and baseball. Stan spent many Sundays with his brothers and family at Memorial Stadium watching the Baltimore Colts and enjoyed Football Sundays with the Ravens at home with his family.
Stanley Zebron was one of the historical great football players of Southern High School and Lycoming College. He was both the 1959 high school league leading scorer and the 1959-1960 Lycoming college letter winner. Stan still holds the record for the longest punt return of 99 yards for a touch down. He was also mentioned in the periodical Teen Magazine for his athletic ability as a football player.
He inspired and touched the lives of many as a youth softball, baseball, and basketball coach for L.F.Y.A.A. throughout two generations (coached his children and grandchildren).
He was a modern man who enjoyed many of the latest and greatest technologies and computer gadgets.
Using his tools to build, create, and work on home projects were some of his favorite pastimes. He could build or fix anything. Stanley was the kind of man that helped anyone and was ready at the drop of a hat to pitch in on a project.
Stanley never stopped learning new things and never stopped teaching his children and grandchildren.
One of his favorite times of the year was Christmas where he always looked forward to dressing up as Santa to visit his family and friends.
Life will never be the same without him. He will be greatly missed.