Dennis and Jane Panzer
George, thanks for the fun memories. They will not be forgotten. Those were the most exciting years of my life. Save us a place at the big O club in the sky.
Jane joins in sending our love to you and Peggy. You will remain in our thoughts and prayers. Semper Fi, old friend. Denny
George, Thanks for all of the help and advice you gave me when I was a brand new Naval Aviator in 312.
My very best to Peggy and the family.
Tony & Shay DeCandia
Peggy and Family,
You will be in our prayers.
George was my first Fleet CO. He was my role model throughout my career. Every CO and his wife have been measured by your high standard. I was blessed to know both of you.
A sympathy card has been sent to the family of George Ertlmeier.
SSgt Bill Hildebrant
A great Marine Officer he will be missed by all who knew him may he join with the "Scooter" pilots who preceeded him.
Peggy and family. So sorry to hear of your loss. A true Marine and wonderful husband and father. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Jim and Doris Mangham
Peggy you are in our hearts and prayers. The world lost a great Marine and roll model. All of us in the squadron would have liked to have been up to George's level. He will be greatly missed by all of us.
Betsy and Francis Dolard
We did not have the honor of knowing your father. After reading about him, we know that he must have been a wonderful person. We want you to know that we are with you in your sadness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jim and all of your family. With love, Betsy and Francis
Dear Mrs. Ertlemeier,
It is with great sadness that I read of the passing of your husband. I was one of Clay's buddies back at West Annapolis Elementary School and at the USNA juniors swim team. I have fond memories of hanging out your home in Annapolis and the wonderful hospitality and friendship. Your husband was a hero and am gratiful for his selfless service to our country. I am praying for you and your family at this difficult time.
Remembering a dear friend
William (Bill) F. Lee, Maj, USMC,(Ret)
God Bless and farewell, George. Old friend; fellow Marine; Handball partner and foe; from our good days In Brigade Schools; our time in Kaneohe Bay. Semper Fi, Bill