Tribute & Message From The Family
COLUMBIA – A memorial service for Zelda D. Kollock, 51, will be held on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 11:00 am at Dunbar Funeral Home, Northeast Chapel. The family will receive friends following the service at the funeral home.
Zelda went to be with the Lord on September 14, 2013. She was a daughter of the late Eddie McLeod and the late Annie Ruth Kollock.
She graduated from the University of South Carolina and worked in the social work field as a Program Coordinator for the SC Department of Social Services until her retirement in 2012; then for the NC Department of Social Services as a Supervising Manager for the Adult and Aging Services. She was a faithful member of Antioch Baptist Church and a member of the Esther Chapter No. 1 Order of Eastern Star, F. & A.A.Y.M Affiliate. She enjoyed traveling and especially her trips to Jamaica.
Zelda is survived by her brothers and sisters-in-law, Raymond and Shamarli Kollock of Waldorf, Md; Barry and Tonya Kollock of Stone Mountain, Ga.; niece; Jacqueline Ciera Ingram and a host of extended family and friends. Please sign the online guestbook at www.dunbarfunerals.com.
To My Dearest Zelda, words cannot express my feelings and emotions during this time. We have shared so much since 1990 until the Angels came and take you away from me. Your presence in my life and my daughter’s life was a gift, which we will always cherish. I want you to know that you are a very special person and Heaven is the place where you will find so much comfort in you eternal life. Rest In Peace my dear friend and know that I loved you like a sister and you will always be India’s Auntie Zelda.
I just remember times with Sherelle Douglas. We were all so young and ambitious. You did well old friend. Take your rest.
Barry and Raymond, My heart goes out to you and the family. My memory of Zelda goes back to Shiloh Baptist Church in Bennettsville where our friendship developed.Zelda had a heart of gold and the biggest smile. Just remember God had plans for her and they are not here on earth. Praying for all of you. GOD is in Control!
To Zelda's family she will be miss a lot,but that beautiful smile she always carry, I won't see it any
more,but it will be in my heart forever. God bless
the Kollock family
Zelda, you were one "bad" lady. You were confident, humble, genuine, humorous, smart, classy and had an impeccable sense of style/fashion. You not only commanded attention upon entering any room, you also set the tone. You were bigger than life and truly embodied the rhetoric "live life to the fullest". I am smiling as I recall the times we shared doing QA Reviews on and off the road. Although you are going to be truly missed, God has called you home so get those angels in line. My prayers are with your family as they grieve the loss of your physical presence. Rest on Zelda, job well done.
I will always remember your smile. A lady with class. Rest in peace.
We will miss seeing Zelda's beautiful smile but will always remember the good times we've shared. May God continue to comfort her family and may Zelda rest in peace.