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In memory of Marzolf
Harold and Sharee Marzolf stand by a sand digger that was recently installed at East School Park in honor of their late son, Curt. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher) To order this photo, click here.
MONROE - East School Park has a new addition on the playground, thanks to the kindness shown toward one family grieving the loss of their youngest son who was murdered at the hand of his fiancee. The toy, a green-and-yellow sand digger, was chosen to reflect Curt Marzolf's mining background, his mother Sharee Marzolf said. "We chose that as opposed to something like a tree because Curt's degree was mining engineering," Sharee said.