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Alfredo P.
Zamora Jr.

Born into Eternal Life on Saturday, December 29th, 2018 at the age of 89 years old.

Beloved husband of Cristina (nee: Reyes) for 60 years. Loving father of Liza (Gordy) Warner, Leah (Eric) Westfall, Adelyn Zamora, the late Aurelie Zamora, Alfred (Lisa) Zamora and Lally (Jim) Willkomm. Proud grandfather of Drew Warner, Ethan Warner, Alexandra Westfall, Nicholas Westfall, Samantha Willkomm, Olivia Willkomm, Ava Zamora and Alec Zamora. Also survived by sister Araceli Zamora, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Predeceased by his parents Alfredo Zamora and Carmen Palmero Zamora and his siblings.

Visitation will be held on Friday, January 4th from 10AM-11:45AM with a Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 12PM at ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC FAITH COMMUNITY (9520 W. Forest Home Ave, Hales Corners, 53130).

Alfredo’s greatest achievements were being a devoted husband, a loving father to his children, and Lolo to his grandchildren. He was a history buff who loved reading especially about WWII history, doing crossword puzzles, baking, watching movies, touring museums and taking family vacations.

Alfredo permanently moved his family to the US in 1972. Living through WWII inspired a lifelong passion for helping people. Alfredo attended college and medical school at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines. He practiced at Deaconess Hospital and Aurora Sinai Medical Center, and went on to own his own family practice. He retired from Aurora Health Care.

In lieu of flowers memorials appreciated in Alfredo’s memory to Aurora Zilber Family Hospice (1155 Honey Creek Prkwy, Wauwatosa 53213) and Philippine Center Free Medical Clinic (3717 W. Howard Ave, Greenfield 53221).

Past Comments


Dear Adelyn and family,
Please know I’m praying for you and hoping you find peace at this time of sorrow.
A good long life, doing good things for others is a fine display of how you get to heaven. Enjoy your reward, Alfredo!
Blessings to all,
Julie Henkel
a Brady friend

Ann Stokman

Lit a candle in memory of Alfredo P. Zamora Jr.

Mary Jean Nazario

Our fun times going out for all our birthdays and eating way to much. We will miss you Fred, RIP.

Jerry & Cathy Willkomm

We wish we could be with all of you in more than just spirit, but things aren’t working in our favor on that score. We also realize that words don’t truly express what is in our minds and hearts. To all the wonderful close-knit Zamora family our deepest condolences for the loss of a very special man who was like family to us! He was blessed by being surrounded by the love, respect and companionship of all his children, in-laws, grandchildren and friends. He shared so many wonderful moments with all of them. Rest well dear friend for a life well lived. You will truly be missed!
Jerry & Cathy Willkomm

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