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Edwin  Zeek

Edwin A. "Andy" Zeek Jr.

Thursday, June 20th, 1940 - Monday, July 6th, 2020
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Edwin A. Zeek, Jr. “Andy” of Doylestown, passed away on Monday, July 6, 2020 at Neshaminy Manor. He was 80 years old.

He was the husband of Sara Jane (Flagler) Zeek. The couple would had been married for 52 Years.

Andy was born in New Britain, PA, He was the son of the late Edwin A. and Jeanette (Williams) Zeek, Sr. He was a graduate of Central Bucks High School class of 1958

Andy had been in employed with New Britain Township Public Works Dept for many years. He was also a member of the Plumstead Fire Dept. for 51 years. Andy was involved with the Boy Scouts as Troop Leader of Plumstead Troop 171 and Carversville Troop 64. He was a member of the Bucks -Mont Two-Cylinder Club, the Doylestown F. A.M lodge No. 245, the Ottsville American Legion Post 0399, The Central Bucks Senior Center, and the Ottsville Senior Center.

In addition to his wife Sara Jane, he is survived by his 4 sons, Keith Lear, Kenneth (Jeanette) Lear, Kevin (Robin) Lear, and Kris (Erin) Zeek. He was the grandfather of Keith, Jennifer, Brian, Ken, Amanda, Josh, Jessica, Steph, and Noah. Andy is also survived by his 13 great-grandchildren Armani, Xzander, Keaton, Haley, Teresa Lane, Cheyenne, Billy, Lilly, Brian, Brandon, Hope and Bryce. He was preceded in death by his sister Janet Barlow.

A private graveside service for Andy will be held at Ferndale Cemetery,

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions maybe sent to the Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire Company or to Boy Scout Troop 64, PO Box 64, Caversville, PA 18913
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    Private at the convenience of the family
  • Interment

    Nockamixon Union Cemetery
    ferndale, PA
    Private at the convenience of the family.


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Mary Webster

Posted at 10:33am
To the family of Andy, my condolences on the lost of such a fine gentleman. It was always a pleasure to see him along with Jane at any Boy Scout Function. You just knew, it would run right and have a lot of fun. Andy served as a wonderful example of how a kind, person with know how gets things done! A rare Gem, a Man of Honor and a good SCOUT! with deepest sympathy, the Webster family.

William Bentrim

Posted at 10:32am
Those long, long bus rides with Troop 64 were made more palatable with Andy's stories. His expertise kept that bus running and reliable. Sometimes when camping out if you were a bit disoriented in making back to your site, you could always pause and listen for Andy's stentorian snores. Andy was a likable man and a good companion, he will be missed.

Marc Longo

Posted at 10:07am
Andy was one of those people who would take the time to talk to anyone at the firehouse and talk about anything. I enjoyed hearing his stories of the “old days.” Thank you for your dedication to the fire company and the entire community. Our condolences to Janie and the entire family. May you Rest In Peace Andy

The Bleam Family

Posted at 09:20pm
A patriarch that cared for his family and community, giving back lovingly and sacrificially. A true “gentle”-man and friend. He was a devoted volunteer and teacher that gave way more than he would ever think of asking for. He shared his knowledge and old school wisdom, his dry wit and humor. Many a Boy Scout learned, simply because “Mr. Zeek” wanted them to, and took the time to teach them. Praise God for the time he allowed us to walk alongside Andy. Our sympathy and love to Mrs. Zeek, her sons, and extended family.

Dawn Cifelli

Posted at 08:03pm
Our deepest sympathies to Janie and the children. We have had the pleasure of knowing the Zeek family for decades. He is also part of our family Thank you Andy for all of your volunteering and friendship. We will take it from here.

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