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1932 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Kenneth George Ziebarth Obituary
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July 18, 2018

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June 10, 2018
Ken worked at the Vista court here in San Diego for many years. He was respected by all of the attorneys who appeared in his court as well as his fellow judges.

Besides this he was an interesting man to talk to about all sorts of subjects.

R. Maino
Judge, San Diego
December 18, 2017
Judge Ziebarth gave me my first job as a legal secretary in 1965, when he was an associate with Beloud & Althouse, Upland, CA. We then moved on together to join the firm of Maroney, Demchuk, Ziebarth & Brandt. It was a pleasure to be his right arm for eight (8) years. He was my teacher and mentor in the law. I will be ever indebted to him for his kindness and patience. He encouraged me to expand my education and career, which I did by becoming a paralegal/legal assistant. Unfortunately, when he was appointed a judge, he was not able to take me with him as his clerk and I had to seek employment elsewhere. I have recently retired from my job with an attorney in Claremont, CA, where I have enjoyed twenty (20) years with her. My deepest sympathies to the family and his many friends.

Shirley B. Vanderbeck
CLSS, PLS-PP, CLA-CP, NP-CNSA, CCM, PRP
La Verne, California
October 12, 2017
I was very sorry to learn of Ken's passing from Maxine. I met the Ziebarths through two longtime mutual friends of ours here in the Washington, D.C. area. These are friends I have known all my life. A visiting relative of the friends from Italy and I once had dinner at Ken and Maxine's when they lived in San Clemente. I witnessed Ken's penchant for language when he tried out some Italian on his guest as well as a later time when he spoke Tagalog to my wife who's from the Philippines. I regret my wife and young son and I didn't have the chance to visit them in the Valley. Ken and Maxine both cared deeply about our mutual friends and remained in contact about their well being at a time especially when Ken faced his own serious health issues. May Maxine be sustained always through her memory of their life together.
October 10, 2017
In Loving Memory of a Wonderful Person.

Gordon and Eve Kramer