Alfred C. "Jack" Zoller. Jack was born on November 1, 1923, to Peter & Agnes Zoller of Colusa. He entered into rest on December 14, 2017. Jack lived his entire life in Colusa, graduating from Colusa High School in 1942. He went to work for I.G. Zumwalt, Co. while still in high school, at the Park Market. He later went on to work for Zumwalts until his retirement, then selling CAT parts for his own company, Zoller Enterprises. He only worked for one company his whole employment career.
Jack met the love of his life, Bernice Lloyd, and they were married on June 24, 1944. They were blessed with two sons, Richard in 1946, and Wayne in 1949.
Jack & Bernice enjoyed many happy years together before Bernice passed away on Dec. 27, 2000. They were both very active in a water ski club in their early years of marriage. Jack was a member of the Colusa County Sheriff's Possee for many years. He loved his trips to Ft. Bragg fishing and diving for abalone, as well as attending the Stonyford Rodeo and many trail rides. He was an avid gardener, raising vegetables, and giving them away to his friends. He also enjoying duck hunting and deer hunting.
Jack was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Bernice, siblings Edna, George, Dorothy, Elaine, Helen, and Joanne. He leaves behind sons Richard (Alice Solis) of Williams, Wayne (Doris) of Colusa, grandchildren Brent Zoller of Sacramento, Angie (Sean) Goings of Houston, TX, Chad Zoller of Colusa, Dan (Cathy)Zoller of Yuba City, Michael (Mary) Zoller of Colusa, and Kelly (Jim)Poore of Huntington Beach. He also was "Grandpa Jack" to his great-grandchildren Lauren Zoller, Jackson & Cierra Zoller, Grayson & Kyler Goings, James & Quinn Poore, and Ace & Zac Zoller. He also is survived by 2 brothers, Ralph (Bernice) of Princeton, and Tom (Bonnie) of Corning, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Thursday, Dec. 21 from 5:00-8:00p.m. At the McNary-Moore Chapel 107 5th Street Colusa. Services will be held Friday, Dec. 22, at 10:00, at the First Presbyterian Church of Colusa at 4th & Jay Streets. Pastor Tom Tripp will officiate. Burial will follow at the Colusa Cemetery on Wilson Avenue.