Zetta-Shapiro-Obituary

Zetta A. Shapiro

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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All these years I have watched your family, I have been awed by the warmth, beauty, and love that just flows from each and every one of you. I didn't have the honor of knowing your Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, as I do one of her granddaughters, but, Wow, you all must be her Pride and Joy in the truest sense. Her love emanates through you all and hugs a room full of people. She sounds amazing. But that is also a word that describes your family. My heart goes out to you all. And my...

Dear Merle, Trudy, Abby and Family,

It was our privilege to provide care for your beloved mother. We share in your grief and send you our love.

Your Friends at Little Hospice

Trudy,
My thoughts are with you and your family. Your old Bryn Mawr chum, Sue Van Valkenburg Dudek...Palm Desert, CA

Hello to the Shapiro's. It's Mary and Dick. We are sorry about your mother. Even though she lived a long and good life, it is so hard.We remember her well.
We all go back so long...See you tomorrow...

I was a current caregiver of Zetta's and I came to find out that we had many things in common both from our past and present. Each of us loved to fish when we were young, neither of us enjoyed staying in a tent - no 'roughing it for us', we each had 1 brother and always wanted a sister, and we both loved PINK cotton candy; no other color was as good. I always looked forward to being with her. She was a WONDERFUL woman and I will miss her dearly. Love you Zetta. Nancy Levang

Merle, to you and your family, I am thinking back to a bygone era when I used to go to 615 Queen and was always greeted warmly by your mom...and your dad. Just want you to know my thoughts are with you and your family. [Also, I lost your cell number so please call me on mine: 760-285-1391.]

Rick Passon

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Zetta's Obituary

Zetta Shapiro passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Zetta are being provided by Hodroff-Epstein Memorial Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on October 6, 2012.