Nickolas-Zimmermann-Obituary

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Dr. Nickolas G Zimmermann

Salisbury, Maryland

Sep 11, 1950 – Sep 29, 2017 (Age 67)

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Dr. Nickolas G. Zimmermann of Salisbury passed away Friday September 29, 2017 at age 67. Nickolas was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 11, 1950, son to the late Arno and Kathleen Zimmermann. He is survived by his loving wife of 41 years, Mary E. Zimmermann and his siblings: Debra...

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We just came across this and are so sorry to see Nick passed away. We send our condolences to Mary and family. We have wonderful memories of Nick and Mary when they lived in Puyallup. They had the best Octoberfest parties. Best wishes to Mary.

Dr. Z was a wonderful cheerful person. I first thought he was crazy when I first met him but in the end he taught me alot and found out how cool he was. Dr. Zimmerman Was my poultry judging coach. I was on his last team to Kentucky that got him his win. I'll never forget the look on his face. I'm glad I was able to help get him that win that finished his poultry judging coach carrar. I can say I would not be were I am today if it weren't for him. He was a huge supporter and pushe'd me to be...

I will miss my brother in law's conversations about cars, motorcycles, science and life in general. We had a delay in meeting for the first time after marrying his sister, but after meeting Nick all of the good things that I had heard were confirmed. Nick was an unassuming person with a dry sense of humor tempered by his scientist mind, he was at home in the garage wrenching as he was in the lab or presenting a paper at a meeting.RIP my friend you will not ever be forgotten.

Mary and Family, my condolences for your loss. I got to know Nick over the course of my career and as a colleague in poultry science and extension. May the celebration of his life bring comfort to you all.

Paul and I would like to say we will miss the conversations re cars and the visits we had with both Mary and Nick. I enjoyed many trips with Nick to Louisville working with him on the local level and sharing many stories. He will be missed in the Poultry Industry.
Donna and Paul Bailey(Leonardtown, MD.)

I shall miss you my friend. Our late night talks that went every direction for hours. The look you gave me when I told you I despise strawberries and liked celery. Stopping by your office or house. Blowing bubbles for a laugh. Then we made a good coaching pair too with the Maryland 4-H poultry judging teams. Those kids adored you. I'm thankful that you finally got your win. I pretty sure you were in shock.

There is only one Nick Zimmermann that could fix a car, or a cat! Nick was as skilled at making a car run as he was at surgery. I spent many a fun afternoon at "seminar" with Nick and Mary down at the Badger Tavern, playing foosball and having a few beers. Then we would go to Nick and Mary's place and play Waylon Jennings record "Outlaws" until the wee hours of the morning. Nick was always great fun to be around in his dry sense of humor kind of way. Love you Nick and...

I am very saddened to hear Nick's passing. He was a good friend and a valued colleague. He will be missed! I want to express my condolences and prayers...

Nick's Austin Healy

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