Marie Lailer Death, Obituary – Marie Lailer, a member of the CERT who sadly passed away yesterday, December 22nd, was a member of the organization. When she went away in such a sudden and unexpected manner, everyone was taken aback. Because of this, our hearts are filled with unfathomable pain and anguish; but, we do not have any other choice but to do so because we do not have any other choice because we do not have any other choice. We are the ones who will have to break the news to you that she has died away.
Marie has been a part of the organization for the better part of the past two decades, and throughout that time she has made several contributions to the organization in a variety of different ways. During this period, she has been a member of the group. In recent years, the most of her time has been devoted to the volunteer work that she and her husband, Ken, have done on the CERT Rehab together. In addition, she has been involved in the organization for many years.
In addition to that, she has been involved in the organization in a variety of different roles over the years. In addition to that, she has been involved with the organization for a substantial amount of time and in a variety of different capacities. In addition to this, she has contributed to the organization in a wide variety of different roles over the period of its existence, which spans the all of its history.
She has also volunteered for a number of other storm response activities, during which time she has donated her aid in the Emergency Operations Center at no cost to the government. This is in addition to the fact that she has volunteered for these events. This was accomplished even as the storms were still going on. It is safe to say that Marie, her boundless enthusiasm, and her unwavering will to always be there for our community will all be missed in nearly equal measures.
Our group has experienced a significant loss, and while we will miss each of these things to a different degree, on average, we will miss them all to the same degree. At a later point, supplementary details on the wake as well as the funeral services that are going to be held in her honor will be made accessible to the public. Both a wake and funeral services will be held in her honor once she has passed away.