Love and memories last forever...
  • 52 years old
  • Born on October 21, 1962 .
  • Passed away on January 14, 2015 .


On Wednesday, January 14, 2015 Joseph Zygmaniak passed away.   He was a loving father of Jessica Ann Zygmaniak, step-father to Jeffrey Mount, and dear companion to Tracy Wademan.   Predeceased by his father, Kazimierz Zygmaniak, he is survived by his mother, Maria Zygmaniak, brothers Raymond, Chet, John and sisters Henryka, Teresa, Jadwiga,  and Jessica, along with their families, cousins Lester and Elaine Zygmanik, numerous nieces, nephews, and dear friends he encountered over many exciting years.  He will be greatly missed by all of us.

The Funeral will take place  at  11:00AM on Friday, January 16, 2015, at Steelmantown Cemetery, 101 Steelmantown Rd.,  Steelmantown, New Jersey.

Posted by Jeff Mount on 21st October 2018
Just stopping in to wish you a Happy Birthday in heaven, still think of you and always will xoxox
Posted by Paula Zygmaniak Weber on 14th January 2018
Miss you. Unfortunately we never realize how much someone is missed until they're gone. We didn't have much when we were younger but we definitely had a lot of good times & a ton of laughs. Rip♡
Posted by Jeff Mount on 14th January 2018
Always thinking of you Joe! Hope your looking down on us with a beer in one hand and a fishing pole in another. RIP ❤
Posted by Jeff Mount on 21st October 2017
Happy 55th up there big guy. ❤
Posted by Paula Zygmaniak Weber on 20th June 2017
Happy Fathers Day Joe, we miss always Paula
Posted by Paula Zygmaniak Weber on 21st October 2016
Love you Joe...I wish you were here to see how great the kids are. Life isn't fair & unfortunately our life was torn apart due to illness & we don't get a second chance at this game called life. You will always be remembered for being 1 funny guy! Not a mean bone in your body ever...I'm just glad knowing you aren't suffering. Happy birthday in Heaven!
Posted by Jeff Mount on 21st October 2016
Happy Bday Joe!
Posted by Jeff Mount on 21st October 2015
Hey Joe, just wanted to stop by and wish you a Happy Birthday, hope your doing everything you want up there, no limits!! Love you man, always thinking of you......
Posted by Jeff Mount on 17th January 2015
love you joe. thanks for all the good times and many great memories . everytime i see a wave break ill be thinking of you..hope your resting easy without a worry in the world... see you again someday .
Posted by Anthony Guarino on 16th January 2015
I just wanted to send my condolences once again to the entire Zygmaniak family and friends. Growing up with Joe as my brother in law when I was 15 was quite the blast! Joe was/is a great guy who made us laugh all the time. I just wanted to let the family know that although if was a sad day , I thought Joe's burial was one of the most beautiful funerals I've been too. It was right up Joes alley. I know I will always have my Joe memories which I actually share with my kids all the time whenever they leave the fridge door open to long or whenever I'm on the Delaware river with them , I share our story of the 3 day trip i took with Joe, Paula and a few others( the picture of him in the canoe that we saw today was taken there). Thoughts and prayers are with the family , rest in peace Joe.
Posted by Paula Zygmaniak Weber on 16th January 2015
Jes & Jeff....this page is not long enough for me to put all the memories of Dad. I am just relieved that he is at peace & not suffering. He certainly brought laughter to anyone he came in contact with. I do know he was met in Heaven by his buddies John & Mark and I'm sure those guys welcomed Dad with opened arms. God Bless them all.
Posted by L. Hand on 15th January 2015
Dear Jessica Ann, Jeffrey, Tracy, Maria, siblings, family and friends, please accept my sincere condolence for your lost of your dear loved one and friend, Joseph. However, please have peace and comfort in knowing that Joseph is in God’s memory awaiting the time to awaken from deep sleep as described in John 5:28, 29 and Psalm 37:29. Lift your spirits from profound sorrow to great joy by viewing the bible’s comforting message found on,

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