Zucker, Joseph Wilhelm…R.I.P


57eb327badb0c-imageHigh Point Feb. 23, 1994 – Sept. 25, 2016 Joseph Wilhelm “Joey” Zucker, 22, passed away September 25, 2016. He was born February 23, 1994, in Talladega, AL. Joey was a certified Lincoln mechanic and was employed as a technician at Discount Tire in High Point. His hobby was working on muscle cars. He attended College House at Salem Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. Joey will be remembered for his gregarious spirit and charitable nature. Survivors include his parents, James and Amy Hutchinson Zucker; brother, Jakob Zucker; paternal grandmother, Mildred Zucker of Oak Ridge, TN; uncle, Edward Zucker (Natasha) of Knoxville, TN; great-aunt, Mattie Gaylon of Oak Ridge, TN; three aunts, Terry Lewis (Tommy) of Kingston, TN, Julie Payne (Warren) of Louisville, KY, and Pam Owen (David) of Louisville, KY; and numerous cousins. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Donald Zucker; and maternal grandparents, Bill and Alice Hutchinson. Services will be private. Online condolences may be shared at www.cumbyfuneral.com.

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Joey,

I take hope in knowing you are with Jesus. I take hope in knowing that you feel no more pain. You have no more sorrow. You are at peace in the arms of Jesus. I wish I would have known you better. You were a light, a beam of happiness. I never even knew how deeply you were hurting. You should have seen how many people came to your memorial today. Maybe, just maybe, you would have made a different decision. Either way, we will see you again. Until then, my friend.

6 Replies to “Zucker, Joseph Wilhelm…R.I.P”

      1. He was so young, with two children and remarried for less than a year. I still want to cry. Add to that my grief rose up again on Saturday, the 4-year anniversary of my mom’s passing. How can I still be grieving over one of my abusers?

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      2. Im so sorry to hear all of this. My heart is with you and I understand the pressure that stacked grief can bring. I would wonder if your grief over your mom is based more on the lack of the relationship you had. Maybe you dont miss your mom as much as you do the thought of having a good relationship with her? Does that make sense? Im having a hard time thinking clearly lately.

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