Aurora, Illinois

Jun 11, 1928 – Feb 11, 2019 (Age 90)


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The heavens rejoiced as Geraldine "Geri" Zaha was reunited with her beloved husband, Victor, before the throne of God. After a fierce five-year battle with ovarian cancer, Geri passed away on February 11, 2019. She died as she lived, with grace and unwavering faith. Born and raised in...

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I was so very sorry to hear of Aunt Geri's passing but a warm rush came over me knowing the love of her life, my Uncle Vic, are back together again. Geri was surely an amazingly strong woman to survive the early death of her husband and raise you by herself and with your grandmother's help. Working two jobs and keeping a home life happy and intact is a great accomplishment for you and for her. I admired her strength, and in the times we did spend together, I mostly admired...

I find hope can be strengthened through the comfort from the Bible.Romans 15: 4.

Aunt Geri, I love you and you will always be in my thoughts and in my heart. You are the reason I love red hair, yours was so beautiful. You and Barb always made me feel like family. I will see you again one day.

Barb, praying for great comfort during this difficult time. I remember Aunt Geri as a child, she had beautiful red hair that was never out of place and wore button up housecoats. I always thought she was a beautiful lady. How wonderful it is to know that one day we will all be reunited. Sending lots of love and hugs.

Barbara, my heartfelt sympathies to you on the loss of your mom, Geri. I worked with you both at Farmers Insurance in Aurora --2nd shift. I remember your mom as a kind and caring woman. She was beautiful!! She lived a very long life. I have very fond memories of her even after all these years have passed. Prayers lifted up for Geri. Love and hugs, Peg Connor Hanson

Momma, you will be in our hearts forever. Thank you for a lifetime of love and support which you generously gave to me and so many.

My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of your love one. May the God of comfort be with you during this sad occasion and may his loving words at John 6:40 console your heart.

I was so sorry to hear of my Aunt Geri's passing. She was a lovely, soft-spoken woman who handled the challenges life threw at her with determination and amazing grace. She and my Uncle Vic are together again. They were so perfect for each other. To Barbara I send my sincere condolences and I look forward to seeing you when I am back in Chgo. in the spring. May the happy memories of her warm your heart.