Westonka School Board vice chair dies after two year battle with cancer 

After a two year battle with pancreatic cancer, Westonka School Board Vice Chair Ann Bremer passed away on Feb. 18. She died at home with her family. She was 52 years old.

Bremer leaves behind her husband, Scott, and their two daughters. Bremer had been a member of the Westonka School Board since 2004, where she spent time as chair, and then vice chair, and spent years prior to her election as a parent volunteer for the district. Current school board members remember her as a caring member of that community who was always putting students first, even before her own needs.

“I’ve never met a person more dedicated to serving our student body,” Westonka School Board Chair David Botts said. “She never put herself or her needs in front of the community. It was an honor to serve with her on the school board.”
Bremer was also an active volunteer in the community, working with WeCAN in a variety of capacities including serving on their board.

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