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Obituary for Zachary Alan Lineman
Zachary A. Lineman, 27, of Gladstone, Missouri, passed away peacefully in his sleep March 6, 2018. He was born April 24, 1990 in Franklin, PA, the son of Kimberly Bennett.
Zachary lived most of his life in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and Boston, Massachusetts as well as spent extensive time exploring Europe. Less than a year ago, he had moved to Gladstone, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. He was an adoring husband and avid learner who spoke five different languages and loved his jobs as a teacher and veterinarian assistant.
Zachary is survived by his mother, Kimberly Bennett and loving husband, Kyle (Eric) Lineman, of Gladstone, MO. He also leaves behind his beloved aunts and uncles, Jane McCracken (FL), Robert & Beth Fulmer (PA), Floyd Fulmer (WV), Katherine Fulmer (OH), Tony Fulmer (WA), Ted Fulmer (PA), William Fulmer (PA), Ricky Fulmer (PA), Chuck Fulmer (PA), JoAnne DiElsi (MT), Deb Bennett (FL) and Kathy Miller (OH). Zachary was very grateful for his dear cousins Julie Beth, Madison, Laura, Stacey, Zeke, Travis, Rhonda, Sheena, Ricky, Josie and the many others for the role they played in his life. He is also survived by his in-laws, Steve and Karen Staskiewicz (NE), whom he felt great affection towards.
Funeral arrangements are being held at Souder Family Funeral Home, 1333 NE Barry Rd, Kansas City, MO 64155. Family members and close friends will be contacted for a private family funeral at Souder on Friday, March 9, 2018. Celebrations of Zach’s life will be held in Boston (June) and Florida (Oct/Nov). Extended family and friends are invited to attend these celebrations when dates have been finalized. In lieu of flowers or donations, the family asks that you spend time with your family, learn a second (or third) language, take a long walk with your loved ones, or make a toast to enduring friendships lifelong and beyond. Zachary enjoyed every moment doing just that and this is what he would wish for you. He was a privilege to have in our lives and we hope that he finds everlasting health and peace.
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