George P. Zimmermann age 76 of Avella and West Palm Beach Florida passed away peacefully Wednesday October 11, 2019 in Good Samaritan Hospital West Palm Beach Florida. He was born August 18, 1943 in Astoria Queens, New York, a son of the late George Phillip and Evelyn Veronica Haney Zimmermann. He graduated from Power Memorial High School and attended Queens College both in New York. George was an accomplished entrepreneur who started and successfully ran many businesses in his life. He was founder and CEO of Sertec Corp. and held the copyright for “How’s My Driving?”, seen on the back of thousands of vehicles. A business associate of his is quoted as saying “his creativeness and business acumen were to be greatly admired.” Left behind to cherish his memory are his devoted wife Lisa Salandra Zimmerman, his beloved children, sons Nicholas and Pierce and daughter Margaux at home, son Frederick Zimmermann of Ocklawaha, Florida, daughter Kimberly Allegrini and her husband Andrew of Montgomery New York, grandchildren, Anna and Frederick Zimmermann,and Brandon and Charlie Kroll, his sister Anne Leonardo and her husband Alfonso of Woodhaven New York and his loving sisters in law Linda Salandra Dweck and her husband Edward and Diana Salandra all of Palm Beach Florida.
Friends and relatives are welcome from 2-4 and 6-8pm Wednesday October 16, 2019 in Salandra Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc. Joseph P. Salandra owner/supervisor where a Blessing Services will take place at noon Thursday October 17, 2019. Entombment will follow in Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Peters Twp. A memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Palm Beach Florida at a date to be announced. To view or extend condolences please visit www.salandrfunerals.com.
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