William A. Zeth, Jr, 89 of Vero Beach, FL passed away on September 24, 2020 at his home.
He was born in Queens, NY to William A. Zeth, Sr and Helen Lattman Zeth and was a resident of Vero Beach for 18 years, coming from Oakland, New Jersey.
He graduated Newton High School in Elmhurst, NY in 1949. Mr. Zeth served in the United States Marine Corp.
William was employed as a draftsman with Burns & Roe, Inc.
Survivors include life partner, Patricia Price; son, Christopher Zeth (Evonne); daughter, Laura Piekema (Harry); granddaughters, Rachel Zeth, Amanda Zenfardino; grandson, Joseph Zanfardino.
Beloved partner, father and grandfather. WE will miss you. Know that you were loved and will be cherished in our hearts forever.
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