Sun Cha McZorn

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AUGUSTA, Ga. - Mrs. Sun Cha Sunshine McZorn entered into rest on Saturday, April 18, 2015, at Doctors Hospital of Augusta. She was a native of Seoul, Korea and worked as a beautician where she met and married her love of 46 years while he was serving his country. She was employed at Lily Cup, Murray Biscuit Company and Avondale Mill, where she retired after twenty years. However, no position gave her more pleasure and reward than that of her family. She was passionate about life, having adventures, cooking, gardening and traveling with family and friends. Sun Cha was independent, energetic and a go-getter, never allowing anything or anyone to hinder her loving, kind spirit. Mrs. McZorn was a true warrior and will be missed by all whose lives she touched. She cared freely and deeply about her friends and extended family. Sunshine leaves to cherish fond loving memories with her loving husband, Warren D. McZorn Jr.; daughter, Christina McZorn; grandson, Christian Blake McZorn; brother, Henam Chon, California; sisters, Jung Jai Hong, Seattle, WA, Soon (Bong) Hwang, Atlanta, GA; sisters-in-law, Carolyn Johnson, Frances McZorn and Bessie (David) Nixon; brother-in-law, William Pete (Lolita) McZorn; devoted friend, Oki Lee Gamblin and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. A Celebration of Life will be 2:00pm, Thursday, April 23, 2015, Historical Hosanna Missionary Baptist Church, 1729 Ellis Street, Reverend Jeffrey Moffett officiating. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Mrs. McZorn may be viewed on today (Wednesday) from 2 to 6:00pm at Kinsey & Walton Funeral Home, 3618 Peach Orchard Road. (706) 790-8858


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3618 Peach Orchard Road
Augusta, GA 30906
(706) 790-8858
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Published in The Augusta Chronicle on Apr. 22, 2015
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