Henry G. Zoeller, a longtime Bayside resident, died at home March 27. He was 87.
Zoeller, affectionately known as “Bud” and “Hank,” was a World War II veteran. He worked for many years in the hospital industry as a licensed stationary engineer. He loved boating and sailing and spent many hours on the sea. After his retirement, he worked as a launch operator at the Bayside Marina for several seasons.
He was predeceased by his wife Rosemary Phelan Zoeller and leaves behind daughters Susan, Carol and Eileen; granddaughters Julie, Jill, Lauren, Sara and Amy; and great-grandchildren Michael, Anthony, Julia, Victoria, Alexandria, Sean and Joshua.
His viewing was held April 1 at Lloyd Funeral Home, at 214-43 39th Ave., in Bayside.
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