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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Sioux City Red Cross

Executive Director

Siouxland Area Chapter American Red Cross

Executive Director

Siouxland Area Chapter

Executive Director

American Red Cross

Executive Director

Siouxland Chapter

Affiliations

Board Member
Sioux City Red Cross

Board Member
Siouxland Area Chapter American Red Cross

Web References (21 Total References)


Sister city's Mardi Gras krewe hits Lake Charles (2/24) - Destination LC

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Carolyn Zellmer, executive director of the Sioux City Red Cross, worked as a volunteer here for two weeks.


Sister city comes through for LC residents suffering because of Rita (10/24) - Destination LC

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Carolyn Zellmer, executive director of the Sioux City Red Cross, spent the last two weeks in Lake Charles volunteering at the local chapter.

"I came down Oct. 9.I wanted to help with Red Cross disaster relief efforts," Zellmer said.
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Zellmer has spent most of her time in Louisiana doing what she can to help hurricane victims.
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Zellmer said she has been impressed by the toughness and high spirits of local residents.
"The people here are resilient," she said."They have picked themselves up and gotten on the road to recovery quickly.They are really nice.I have no doubt the people of Lake Charles would be up there to help up if we ever had a disaster in Sioux City."
Zellmer said about 60 Sioux City residents have come to Louisiana so far.
"I am sure more will come in the following weeks," she said.
Zellmer has been a member of the Sioux City Red Cross board of directors for 15 years, including five years as executive director.
"It is rewarding work," she said."I feel like I have the best job there is, getting paid to do something I had previously done as a volunteer."
Zellmer first volunteered following a 1989 plane crash in Sioux City.She helped to feed workers at the site, helped family members of victims receive counseling and gathering belongings for survivors.
Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Zellmer was able to assist evacuees from Louisiana in Sioux City.
"That is my favorite part of the job, being able to meet people one-on-one and doing something to help them," she said."Some decided to stay, so we helped them find housing in Sioux City and get back on their feet there.It is so interesting to hear their stories about how they ended up there, and personally rewarding to be able to help them."
Zellmer said she has felt at home in Lake Charles.


Orange City Iowa | Business Directory

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Carolyn Zellmer Phone: 712-252-4081 Email: czellemer@siouxlandredcross.org


Sioux City Journal: Families tape greetings for soldiers

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Carolyn Zellmer, executive director of the Siouxland Red Cross, said Tuesday was the first time the video messaging service was offered in Sioux City.She said the Sioux Falls agency offered to loan the equipment and personnel for the one-day event.

"We are really pleased with the response and if there is a demand we hope we can offer this again.We like to be able to help out military families in any way we can, especially because we thought it was an appropriate time with the election coming up this month in Iraq," Zellmer said.


KTIV: News (News)

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"They didn't necessarily have I.D. on them, so we couldn't always require I.D., if they didn't have I.D.'s, we tried to believe the best in people and hope that would they were telling us was true," explains Carolyn Zellmer, director of the Siouxland Red Cross.

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But, Red Cross Director Carolyn Zellmer believes there's more, and says new precautions have been put into place to ensure that those saying they need aid really do.
Zellmer says, "We want to make sure it goes to the people who deserve it, and it's unfortunate that there are people out there that take advantage of others misfortune.

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