Jim & Dawn, I am so sorry to learn of your mother's passing. May all the good times you shared help you find comfort in the days ahead. Sheryl Birch
To Ed and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Marilyn's passing. She was an amazing person,dedicated to all things education offers. May your memories comfort you now and the days to come.
I am so sorry to hear that Marilyn died. What a loss. Marilyn took me under her wing and helped me avoid many pitfalls in my first teaching position at McKinley Elementary. She was a great supporter of the arts and in general anything that allowed children to be creative and positive. All of the Kasers have this amazing gift, and are super people to have in your corner. I know we will all miss Marilyn's witty sense of humor, and ability to find the irony in many situations. Again, you have my deepest sympathy.
My deepest condolances and sympathies to your family. Mrs. Kaser was one of my favorite teachers and I'm so glad my daughter was able to have her children for her Fourth and Fifth grade teachers. Your family's love for children is awesome. May you find comfort in your time of grief.
Our condolences to the Kaser family at your time of loss. With fond memories, Mr.Kaser was one of my teachers at Ryder Elementary School.
Ruth E. Smith (Jones)
Mr. Kaser & Family,
You and your family have our sympathy, and I am sure Mrs. Kaser will by missed by all. Elaine and I always remember our days at Lagrange School, and how you influenced the lives of your teachers and students. Can you believe it has been over forty years? It would be nice to see and visit with you as we did so many years ago. Remember our gatherings at the Ottawa Tavern? You and your family have our thoughts and prayers.
Jim and Elaine Brooks
In thankful thoughts and memories...
God bless you!
Sending my condolences to the Kaser family. Mrs. Kaser was my second and third grade teacher in the early 80s. She was very special and one of a kind. After all of these years, I still remember her class above all others. I have shared stories about her with my own boys. She always talked about her family with so much love. Her caring nature and wit will never be forgotten. May God Bless all of you and bring you peace. I am blessed to have known her.
My prayers are out to the family. I always enjoyed talking to Mrs. Kaser when i was there when my kids went at McKinley. She did what she wanted to do best(help kids).I enjoyed seeing her at Ohio Skate. She will be greatly missed, but she is where she will enjoy with everyone she knew.
My sympathy to the Kaser family. Mrs. Kaser was my teacher at McKinley a very long time ago (early 80's). I remember her fondly and I know she will be dearly missed!
We are grateful for your Mom being in our family. The wonderful memories of our family gatherings are something we will cherish forever. She will be missed. Ed,be strong.
Aunt Pat and Uncle Rick
To the family of Marilyn Kaser
We remember Marilyn as our son's favorite teacher when he was in the second grade back in 1982. She treated our belated son Paul as a special person.
Jan and I extend our condolences to you, Ed, and your entire family. When Jan substituted as an administrator at McKinley School back in the 90's she got to know Marilyn. I remember meeting Marilyn one time when you two were with your daughter eating supper in a West Alexis Road restaurant. You had just seen the film "Pretty Woman" and were planning to see it again. We went to see the film on your recommendation. You and I go back a long way, Ed, UT days as athletes and, of course, I know your brother Rick. Again, our sympathies are extended to the Kaser family. God bless, Marilyn!
Our sympathy to Ed and his family.
Venice & Don Michel
We will miss you Aunt Marilyn. You were a positive person who always saw the silver-lining. Rest in peace. Much love.
To the Kaser family,
I was so sorry to hear Marilyn had passed. She always have the right words to encourage me. She will be missed. I'm sorry I can't be there on March second but you will be in my prayers.
Marilyn was not only my sister-in-law but a very great friend. I will miss our many e-mails. My heart goes out for Ed, their children and grandchildren. May God always be with you Mariyn.
To the Kaser family,
I was shocked to see that Marilyn had passed. She was a person who always tried to encourage you. I know she will be missed. To Ed,Sr. who was my principal at Riverside School and the rest of the family I will be praying for you. I will not be there on March 2 due to another commitment.
To the Kaser Family,
Thoughts and prayers to you all. I was a secretarial substitute at LaGrange School and graduated from DeVilbiss in 1953.
Ed, I worked as a fellow principal of yours for many years, always with great respect for you as a person and as an administrator, but I did not know of your wife's outstanding career as a teacher.
I know from personal experience what a difficult time this is for you and your family. Please accept my deepest condolences..
Please accept my condolences. I worked with Ed Kaser at Riverside as his Assistant Principal. I know how dedicated his family has been to educating children and helping them find the right path in life.
Our heartfelt condolences to Marilyn's family,your neighbors - Tony,Vicki and Joshua Duris
My prayers are with the Kaser Family. She was my 2nd grade teacher and always my favorite. I remember how she loved Pay Day candy bars. She used to brag on them as much as her children that she bragged on daily. Mrs. Kaser, rest in heaven and THANK YOU for touching a young girl's life in such a way that only you could.
Please except my heartfelt sympathy upon loosing such a wonderful person. My father who worked with Ed Sr. at Riverside Elementary always had the utmost respect for both Marilyn and Ed.
Our prayers will be with your family during this difficult time. God Bless you all.
To Marilyn's family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy on her passing. I always enjoyed seeing Marilyn when I was at McKinley, and I know, like those of you in education, her concerns centered on her students.