Jim Zeabin was born July 1, 1940, in Saskatoon Province of Saskatchewan, Canada, the second youngest of seven siblings to the parents of Annie Nemanishen and Paul Zeabin. His parents, wife and siblings, all proceeded him in death. Jim left Canada and moved to California in his early twenties. There he met and married his lovely wife, Collen Cotton. He retired from the Santa Fe Railroad in San Bernardino, California, as a Signal Foreman after 47 years of service.
JimÔs hobbies included actively going to the SundayÔs swap meet in San Bernardino and yard sales in the surrounding areas. He enjoyed finding old and unique clocks, loved helping people and caring for his dogs. Jim was called from labor to reward on August 2, 2015.
He leaves to cherish his memories, a host of family members in Canada, co-workers, friends, neighbors and his special friend, Veronica Evans.
The family and friend Veronica Evans of Jim Zeabin would like to thank you for the many acts of loving kindness shown to us during our bereavement. Your thoughtfulness is deeply appreciated and will always be remembered.
With three locations to serve you, Harrison-Ross Mortuary has always been a community leader in funeral and cremation services. At each location, our staff are trained to patiently assist you in arranging such a very important occasion. Harrison-Ross Mortuary will help your family through tough emotional times with compassionate service. We are family owned and operated, and our number one goal is to make this difficult time easier on you and your loved ones.
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