Clarence J. Zerrlaut

Born: Mon., Jul. 13, 1931
Died: Mon., Nov. 12, 2007

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Clarence J. "Jerry" Zerrlaut, 76 of Silver Run died Monday morning Nov. 12, 2007 at his home. Born July 13, 1931 in Baltimore he was the son of the late Frederick E. Zerrlaut, Sr. and Kathryn Caples Demmitt. He was the husband of Dorothy Meade Zerrlaut his wife of 53 years. Before retiring he was a milkman for H.E. Koontz Creamery in Baltimore and later drove a delivery truck for various companies. He served in the Navy on the USS Stribling during the Korean Conflict. He was a Life member of the DAV. Surviving besides his wife is son and daughter-in-law; Charles E. and Kathy Zerrlaut of Martinsburg, W. VA., daughters and sons-in-law; Suzanne and Kenneth C. Jones of Severna Park and Denise and John Young of Linden, VA, brother; Frederick E. Zerrlaut, Jr. of Sykesville, 2 granddaughters; Stacy and Amanda, 2 great grandsons; Andrew and Alex. Funeral services will be held on Thursday Nov. 15, 2007 at 12 Noon at the Fletcher Funeral Home, P.A., 254 E. Main St., Westminster. Interment in Lorraine Park Cemetery with Military Honors. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. DAV Chapter # 22 will conduct a memorial service Wednesday 7:30 PM at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1393 Progress Way, Suite 908, Eldersburg, MD 21784 or to DAV, 101 N. Gay St., Room B, Baltimore, MD 21202. Online condolences may be made to the family at

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Charles Raymond
   Posted Tue November 13, 2007
Dear Ms. Dorothy, Chuck, Suzanne, and Denise:

I extend my sympathy to all of you. I would be there to see all of you if I could, but unfortunately I will not be able to visit the funeral home. Want all of you to know that I am sorry.

Mr. Jerry, as I called him, was nice to me. Little things can mean a lot, particularly to children. At 55 years old, I remember a blazing hot, scorching day when Mr. Jerry invited me to get in the swimming pool with him to cool off. A delight for a kid, who had no swimming pool at the time, and who was sweating bullets.

I . . . think one of the things I remember most about Mr. Jerry is that he was nice to kids.

Hope all of you are doing OK.


Charles Raymond

Your neighbor at 1267 Limit Avenue

Susan Griffith
   Posted Wed November 14, 2007
Dear Dot,

I just wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
I was really sorry to hear about Jerry and I hope that you and your family are doing okay.

Susan Griffith
Hanover, PA

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