All proceeds will go to the family in their time of need. Another life taken by the line.
It is with heavy hearts that we have another loss of a Brother too soon! On June 15, 2021, William “Ziggy” Ziegenfelder gained his wings while working the line. William leaves behind his Wife, Christy, and 11 children - 3 of which still live at home.
If you would like to help the family and donate, please go to www.linelifefoundation.com and hit Donate. Please put in the notes "Ziggy" so we know your donation is specifically for this Family. 100% of the donations will be sent to the Ziegenfelder Family. We take out zero fees.
"William “ Ziggy” T. Ziegenfelder age 56, passed away on June 15, 2021. He was born on February 7, 1965, in Sarasota, Florida. Ziggy was a hard-working family man who could fix anything. He was selfless, and he was dedicated to his family and his job. The glue that held his family together, he loved cooking and being outside. You could often find him at the grill or caring for his many animals.
He is survived by his wife of 25 years Christle “Christy” Ziegenfelder; his eleven children, Jane Kupfer, Andrew (Jessica) Ziegenfelder, Mary Van Arsdall (J.K), Michael Ziegenfelder, James Ziegenfelder, Molly Vonada (Logan), and Bonnie, Amy, Joy, Jill, and May Ziegenfelder; his five grandchildren, Ronnie, Oliver, Anneliese, Evangeline, and Lincoln.
THESE ARE PREORDER AND WILL BE DELIVERED MID AUGUST IF QTY IS HIGH
On 3.21.21 the industry lost one of our own. John Spahn passed away while working on the line. He is a Journeyman Lineman out of Local 66. He was loved by many. He leaves behind his wife Raquel and their unborn child. 100% of the proceeds from sale of this shirt will be given to his family.