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My Story

On September 20th at 9:30 am, Journeyman Lineman Kevin Zoerb was working on the south end of Lopez Island when he came in contact with a high voltage line while working on the ground.

Kevin suffered cardiac arrest and severe burns and was airlifted to the ICU Burn Unit at Harborview Hospital.

Please read the journal entries for updates and leave a message in the guest book.

There is a Zoerb Family Fund at Islanders Bank to with expenses. Donations can be made at any Islanders Bank branch.

Kevin's wife Caroline and many family members are with him in Seattle, surrounding him with love and care.


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Suzanne Olson added a new photo.

Wendy Phillips signed Kevin's Guestbook.

I saw all the hidden pain and stress in you as we spoke briefly, at LVM the other day.  That is a biggie, and the one people can't see is often the toughest to get ... Read more

Ivan Phillips signed Kevin's Guestbook.

Tough times, indeed, but a miracle in the main...We are grateful, not for the former, but for the latter....love, Sandy & Ivan Read more

Suzanne Olson posted a new journal entry, "Update from December 12th".

Appointmentwent well with hand surgeon. He was impressed with the movement kevin hasalready. Only seven weeks since the last and surgery. Kevin will continue goingto ... Read more

Ginny Reagles signed Kevin's Guestbook.

Kevin,So happy to hear of your continuing progress.  Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving with much to be thankful for.  Think of you often and ... Read more

Suzanne Olson posted a new journal entry, "Healing - Slow, Steady Progress".

From Caroline (11/20/13): Quick update! Kevin's skin graft's are healing. The hand is still swollen and will be for quite some time. He started physical therapy on his ... Read more

Cele Westlake signed Kevin's Guestbook.

So happy that you are now back home where you can get into a regular routine for your recovery.  You are amazing and an inspiration - Keep up the good work and know that ... Read more

Wendy Phillips signed Kevin's Guestbook.

WELCOME HOME....the island feels more LIKE home with you and yours tucked into the woods. One day at a time. For now, we will all breath just a bit easier, knowing you are ... Read more

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