Christopher Leigh Zabrowski

Christopher Leigh Zabrowski

Christopher Leigh Zabrowski, of Madison, formerly of Milwaukee, passed away on November 28, 2017 at St. Mary’s Hospital. Chris graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran High School and went on to pursue various ventures in life. Chris was a trained chef and opened up the infamous nightclub, “Jabberwocky” in West Allis in 1978. Here he went on to raise his two children, Amanda and Zeke. He then moved on to the real estate market where he became a real estate broker and contractor. In his final years he founded “Z Realty” and was the official PR representative for Morgan’s Bar and Grill. Chris was best known for his incredible culinary skills, his outrageous stories and animated gestures and facial expressions. He dominated every room he walked into with his larger than life personality and his trademark, head back laugh. Most importantly he touched every life he came across and his heart was too big for this world.

Chris is survived by his children, Amanda and Zeke, whom he love more than anything in this world; his siblings, Pat, Tim, Tom, Jack and Jenny and a ton of family and friends. There will be no viewing since his children refuse to honor his request to have him sitting in the corner of the room wearing sunglasses with a glass of vodka in his hand and a leftie in his mouth-so he would appear natural to visitors. On a serious note, these would be some of Chris’s final words of wisdom. “I commend my loved ones to the protecting arms of God, knowing He will continue to provide for them despite my absence. I encourage them to place their faith and trust in Him alone. And don’t forget to work hard but always play harder.”

A Memorial Celebration will be held at 1 p.m. at SAINT ANDREWS EVEVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 6815 Schneider Road (corner of HWY 12 and Schneider Road), Middleton on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017 with the Reverend Randy Hunter presiding. A Memorial Gatherine At Morgan’s Bar & Grill, 8640 Mineral Point Rd, Pine Bluff from 3 -6 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to his children to help with funeral expenses.