Ge­orge M. Zac­cack

RES­TAU­RANT OWNER

The Washington Post Sunday - - OBITUARIES - — Lau­ren Wise­man

Ge­orge M. Zac­cack, 78, who owned the Bavar­ian, a Ger­man res­tau­rant in Vi­enna, from 1970 to 1985, died Dec. 15 at his home in Alexan­dria. He had throat can­cer.

Ear­lier in his ca­reer, Mr. Zac­cack worked in restau­rants around the Washington re­gion. Dur­ing the 1960s, he was an as­sis­tant man­ager at Steak in the Sack in Ar­ling­ton.

Ge­orge Mas­sad Zac­cack was born in Jaffa in what was then Bri­tain’s Pales­tine Man­date. He was a third-and fourth-grade teacher be­fore mov­ing to Ar­ling­ton in 1962.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife of 50 years, Samira Ghan­dour Zac­cack of Alexan­dria; two daugh­ters, Jen­nifer Pal­ladino of Spring­field and Julie Pick­er­ing of Lees­burg; a sis­ter, Malakah Khori of Ger­man­town; two broth­ers, Sal­iba Zac­cack of Chan­tilly and Philip Zac­cack of Jaffa, Is­rael; and four grand­chil­dren.

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