Shane F. Zoellner

Shane Frederick Zoellner, 41, of Kansas City, MO, left this earth suddenly on May 15, 2013. He was born November 16, 1971 and was the beloved son of Mary Jane (Bohman) Zoellner and the late Richard Theodore Zoellner. Shane was a father, son, brother, uncle, nephew, grandson and a true friend. Shane was a lover and he was loved. Everyone and anyone will tell you “the man would give you the shirt off his back and hand you his last dollar” because he knew the importance of feeling wanted and cared for in life. He had a vast knowledge of the construction field and was a hard worker who loved spending time outdoors.  Shane was born in Wisconsin and leaves behind many family members who will never forget the impact he had on their lives.

Shane was survived in life by his daughter , Isabella of West Virginia, his mother, Mary Jane (Bohman) Zoellner and his brother Scott (Tammy) Zoellner of Glendale, AZ; his brother Stephen (Heather) Zoellner of Goodyear, AZ and his sister Susanne Zoellner of Kansas City, MO along with his nephews Kyle, Jagger and Alex and his nieces Zoe and Stevie Ann.  Shane also leaves behind many aunts, uncles and cousins.   

A memorial service will be held to honor Shane’s life at a future time/date that will be determined by his family.


  1. Scott carolfi on March 7, 2014 at 3:26 am

    Please someone call me I would like to know what happened please so sorry about Shane I was talking to him and we lost contact my number is 715-218-3639

  2. Susy Zoellner on April 26, 2015 at 8:19 am

    Shane, my brother,
    We were two peas in a pod. My life is not the same without your piece of the puzzle in it. When I look back at our days growing up, I have to laugh and shake my head, a lot! We were out of control and had so much fun doing it. I’m so glad we lived in the same city as adults. You have the most giving heart of anyone I’ve ever known. You gave selfishly when you didn’t even have anything to give.(go figure). The way you loved Jesus is one thing only a few would know about. You have Amazing Grace. Thank you for all the easy and hard times we had.
    You will always be my NERD.
    I will always be your NERDLETTE.
    I love love love you, Susy.

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