Ronald S. Zielinski

Died: Wed., Apr. 25, 2012


Visitation

2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Apr. 27, 2012
Location: W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Sat., Apr. 28, 2012
Location: W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home


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Ronald S. Zielinski, “The Z Man” age 57,  passed away on Wednesday,  April 25, 2012 at the University of Toledo Medical College.  The Z Man was a teacher for Toledo Public Schools for over 25 years.  Ron enjoyed boating on the bay and loved music.
   Ron is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Priscilla.  Left to cherish his memory are, brother, Shawn, sisters, Tammy, Teri, and Holly; and many nieces and nephews.  
   Family and friends may visit at the W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home, 3838 Airport Hwy. on Friday from 2pm to 8pm.  Funeral Services will be held on Saturday April 28, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. in the Funeral Home.  Interment will follow at Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.  

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Roger Dindyal
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Mr. Z,
What can I say you are a great guy and teacher. Not only did you teach me math, but you taught me how to fend for myself and get the job done. I'm 25 year old now and still remember the day I walked into your class at Byrndale and was scared sh**less haha, and you know what I also remember the day walked into your class at Bowsher and again sh**less, but this time I had a smile on my face I knew I would learn much more then math. I got to say thats what made me who I am now, you forced me to take that extra step and work harder, you made me a problem sovler. Anyone can just teach the what the book says, but how you taught it made all the differance. For all those out there that says you were not a good teacher they are wrong, those individuals are not good pupils. I'm sure you would be proud to know I graduated from UT with my BA in Urban Planning and Urban Design, and my Master's in Urban Planning and Urban Design. I work now as a City Planner for Bedford Township in MI. I will always thank you for that, you were by far the best teacher I have ever had in my life.

P.S- DINDYAL!!!!!!!!!! Where's your homework.

Sarah
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Mr. Z is certainly the most memorable teacher in my educational history. You almost never knew what to expect from him when you walked into his classroom, but you did know that you'd be given respect, numbers would be referred to as "bones" and you'd learn a lot about math. I was in his math classroom in junior high and for more than half of high school. It's too bad that the next generation of students will miss out on Mr. Z and "joey", his belly! You'll be missed, Mr. Z!

Nicole Gianino
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Mr Z.,
You will be missed dearly and you were a great teacher. I remember a lot from both schools. I just wish I could go back to high school and redo it. LOL. But you will be greatly missed by all of us. The kids you had in your classes.


Lisa daggett
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Ron ,will miss your homemade wine and your contagious laugh,smile and your bear hugs you gave me. I will miss your story telling ,you always had a good story in you. Lance will miss giving you his Helix cigars. I know your students loved you and so did all of us here at the daggett house. May god wrap you in his loving arms and give you peace.Now go chase some angels Ron! Love,Lisa,Lance,Brent,Haley Daggett


Martie K
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Ron its seems like just yesterday we talked about them good old days at Burroughs and Mr Mook... hard to believe your gone. You were and always will be know as a great teacher at Byrnedale and Bowsher. I know my son had many a fine story to tell about your ability to teach and make your students laugh all at the same time. Rest easy your journey is over

Jean and Jeff Roose
   Posted Thu April 26, 2012
Sorry to hear of you loss we are thinking of you. Sorry we can not be there with you as we are out of town.

Michelle Z. (Z Woman)
   Posted Fri April 27, 2012
Z Man
I met you 1 year ago when I started working at the Lair Lounge. During this past year I have witnessed customers coming in and when they recognized that you were there' big smiles on faces would appear along with big hugs! You always made people feel welcomed with your hospitality! Your music will always continue playing with laughter and memories of you that will never be forgotten! May you RIP! GOD BLESS you and your family! I will miss you dearly! Love,
Z Woman

Lenny and Julie Mitchell
   Posted Fri April 27, 2012
We are so sad to hear you were taken from us so soon....we were just talking about you and Lyle coming to our wedding the other day....we will miss your humor and kindness....RIP Zezus!

Bobbie Hyter
   Posted Fri April 27, 2012
Good ole Z-MAN -- always had a whale of a tale to tell -- I miss your jokes -- your laughter and your humor and your singing. You made ANDRE's "rock" when you were working. Now you're back with the DOD-STER again. May you rest in peace! My thoughts and prayers to your family and friends. Thanks for all the good times and memories!!

Brad & Louise
   Posted Sat April 28, 2012
Love ones, Family, and Friends of Ron.
May the Lord comfort you,
God Bless!

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