The Life of Shalanna Evany Zebe
Shay passed away unexpectedly on Monday, May 15 at age 31. Her family is devastated to lose her.
She is survived by her Daughter Emma Rose Cazier, her Father Donald Evan Zebe, her Mother Mary Jane Treadway, Siblings Steven Ladson, Jessica Johnson, Leanna Stewart, Kevin Lance, Aunt Elizabeth Treadway, Grandmother Irene S. Zebe, Aunts Deborah Zebe-Tangen, Donna Zebe and Jeanette Kirschner, and many cousins, nieces, nephews and extended family members who love her.
She will be deeply missed.
Services will be held on Friday, May 26, 2023 at:
Laurel Hill West Funeral Home (in the Chapel) located in Laurel Hill West Cemetery
225 Belmont Avenue
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Viewing and gathering from noon – 1 pm
Services from 1 pm – 2 pm
Letters for purposes of absence from work or school will be provided at the Funeral Home for those who need them.
A note on Covid precautions: We are not requiring masks, but please be mindful that elderly and immune-compromised people will be present. If you are uncertain about your Covid status, we ask that you test prior to attending and/or wear a mask. If you are feeling ill, we request that you do not attend.
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My beautiful sister
Shay was always uplifting and a people pleaser. She wanted everyone to be happy or have a good time no matter what. We are both the youngest which made us connect a little more than our older siblings who we love so much. My favorite memory of Shay were the times we'd laugh at funny videos and watch movies together. It was one of the ways we connected when we were feeling down or bored. I'll miss laughing at our silly inside jokes nobody understood and what look at us weirdly which made us laugh even more. I'll never have a sister like her who made me feel like I can be myself around her mainly because she was the same way. I'll miss her loud laughs in the room next to me while I'm trying to sleep or when we'd send each other videos from Instagram or TikTok even if we already seen them lol. I'll miss her smile and beautiful energy forever.
Fun times in California
I always remember Shay as being a fun loving kind of person full of so much joy. Although I was not able to see her that often as I live in California, I did get a chance to see once every so often when she came out to California with her Aunt Donna/Debbie or when I went out there to Philadelphia. When she was younger, I remember she loved playing "house" with me where she would always take the lead in setting up grand and detailed scenarios of the play. I remember thinking she would be a great leader in something someday. She always had a very curious and open minded spirit to her too as she would do things like write me letters when she was maybe 8 or 9 (when I was about 16) asking me all kinds of questions and telling me about her life. She was always such a joy to be around. She will forever be missed.