Eugene W. Zoloty
Mar 4, 1941 – Feb 9, 2018
Survived by wife, Sonja; daughters: Halle Hoge (Eric), Dr. Kristee Zoloty-Yaghmour (Tony), and Jamie Gollan (John); seventeen grandchildren.
MEMORIAL MASS: Thursday, February 15th at 11am at St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church, 16701 “S” Street. Private Interment, Omaha National Cemetery.
I met Gene in 2007 while working at Two Fine Irishmen. Coming to work in the morning and talking to him while I prepped was the routine, and I looked forward to it! He had his way and we made sure things were to his liking. We all loved Gene. The first time I met him he had a “Grumpy the dwarf” t shirt on… He liked to say it was him Haha. Gene always made me smile with his opinions and talks. I guess we shouldn’t have favorites, but heck I’ll admit it he was mine. Gene- Thanks for teaching me some solid life lessons. Thanks for sharing your stories, Thanks for being you 🙂
To his family..He spoke so well of you and was very proud. I am deeply sorry for your loss and you’ve all been on my mind and heart this last week.
McHenry & Associates: We are deeply sorry to hear the news about Gene; we will miss him as a customer and our great conversations about Insurance. Our thoughts and Prayers go out to the family; as Gene expressed how happy he was with his children and their spouses and grandchildren. Sonja, we are here for you when you need us. Russ McHenry and Linda Hubsch
Gedo, I have been thinking of you a lot the past couple of weeks. It’s been a year and shit, I miss you a lot. Jake and I are watching a documentary on the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive and I just now realize how awful that must have been for you.
I wish I would have spent more time with you. I hope you know how much I loved or talks. And how I would brag about you to people. I miss giving you hugs every time I saw you. I miss the coy smile you would give me when I told you I loved you. And how you would always, albeit a little awkwardly, tell me “I love you too kiddo” but then you would turn with a huge smile and say “aw heck” as you shuffled away.
I think of you often. And I hope you are happy in heaven. I hope you know how much we miss you and love you.
I love you so much.