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Michael Richard Zbikowski 1983-2024

Michael Richard Zbikowski, 40, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 30, 2024, in Chambersburg, Pa.

Michael Richard Zbikowski
Michael Richard Zbikowski

Born on November 26, 1983, in Linden, NJ, he was the beloved son of Kim Bouck and her husband, Darrin Bouck and the late Richard Zbikowski.

He was a talented bodyworker and industrial painter specializing in the automotive, aircraft and heavy equipment trades.

Michael was funny and had a quick wit and a beautiful laugh. He was generous and kindhearted especially to those in need. He will be greatly missed by his family and all those who knew him.

In addition to his mother and stepfather, he is survived by his loving siblings; Nicole (Frank) Calvo, and stepbrothers, John (Kara) Bouck and Thomas (Alyssa) Bouck. He also leaves behind a nephew, Finn Calvo, and a niece, June Rose Calvo.

His life will be celebrated and his ashes spread at a scattering garden in his hometown of Linden, NJ. Michael was a free spirit and will remain so forever.

Arrangements are entrusted to SimpleChoice Cremation Services, Inc. of Chambersburg.

Online condolences may be expressed at the funeral home’s website.

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