74333 - Maynard Dee Zolman and Irma L. Miller


Obituary: Rochester (IN) Sentinel of Mon. 19-Nov-2001

Irma L. Miller Zolman
May 8, 1918 - Oct. 27, 2001

Former Akron resident Irma L. Miller Zolman, 83, died Oct. 27 at her Simi Valley, Calif. residence.
Born to Vernon R. and Versa Overmeyer Miller, she played drums, guitar and saxaphone in her family's orchestra until her father's death in 1942.
A 1936 graduate of Akron High School, she was one of the first women to tow cars from Detroit to the West Coast. She owned a hair salon in Beaver Dam and was active in the local hairdressers association.
Survivors include one daughter, Jeanne Hoffman-Weisel, Simi Valley, Calif.; two sons, Vernon D., Mishawaka, Jan A., Warsaw; seven grandchildren, Daphne Hoffman-Scace, Dana Hoffman, Danielle Hoffman-Killingsworth, all of California, Dyan Hoffman-Smith, Nevada, Stefanie Zolman-DeSchepper and Nate and Brad Zolman, all of Indiana; 10 great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Heather, Holly, Cory, Rocky, Gavin, Amanda, Brooklyn, Brock and Hannah; two nieces, LuAnn Whetstone and Judith Sayger, both of Indiana, and Tom Sayger, Tennessee.
Preceding in death were her parents, her husband, Maynard D. Zolman, two brothers, Harold and Eugene, two sisters, Esther Nickodemus and Irene Sayger, and one granddaughter, Jacque Zolman Gizzi.
Services are Saturday at Granada Hills Church of Religious Science. Memorials may be made to The Helping Hands Project, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, c/o Patricia Perkins, 60 Main St., Wounded Knee, SD 57794. Reardon Simi Valley Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.


The Descendants of Adam Zolman/Zollman

11/28/01 - SAH