Zombie walk/run during Lake St. Clair Metro Park Oct. 26 honors Theresa DeKeyzer

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Theresa DeKeyzer, 22, of Warren left Jun 15 after being assaulted by her afterwards boyfriend, Scott Wobbe, of Westland. Her physique was found in September, pressed in a cosmetic drum in a trailer during a Plymouth Township storage facility. Submitted photo

Every 3 seconds, someone in a United States becomes a plant of violence.

This Sundays Zombie Run For Your Life walk/run during Lake St. Clair Metro Park was orderly to respect Theresa DeKeyzer and all victims of domestic abuse, bullying and post-traumatic highlight disorder.

We cant change what happened to Theresa, pronounced eventuality organizer, Victoria Hargan, a debate behavioral health dilettante with a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Research Institute of Roseville. But we can teach a village and take a active position to foster healthier counterpart relations in a future.

DeKeyzer, 22, left Jun 15 following a domestic attack by her boyfriend, Scott Wobbe; her physique was found Sept. 18 in a cosmetic drum during a Plymouth Township storage facility, according to Warren police. Wobbe has given been charged with initial grade murder in tie to her death.

Bullying and domestic attack leads to anxiety, depression, post-traumatic highlight commotion and suicide, pronounced Hargan, adding that Oct is Domestic Violence and Bullying Prevention Month. If we can strech these kids during a immature age, we unequivocally can make a difference. Its all about prevention.

Hargan, a St. Clair Shores resident, was in a midst of formulation a institutes third walk/run of a year designed to lift awareness, when news of DeKeyzers offensive genocide reached her.

It strike me unequivocally hard, pronounced Hargan, whose 4 children were friends with DeKeyzer flourishing adult in St. Clair Shores, carrying played sports together and graduated from Lakeview High School. We knew we had to do something to respect her memory.

Registration for a eventuality starts during 3 p.m., followed by a 5K Zombie Run during 4 p.m.

The 5K Halloween Parade walk, in that participants wear their Halloween costumes because use your dress usually once takes place during 5 p.m.

A candlelight burial including light refreshments, will applaud a life of Theresa DeKeyzer, commencement during dusk, or approximately 6 p.m. Friends and family members will have a eventuality to share their memories.

The burial gives Theresas family and friends and a whole community, a eventuality to come together and somehow make clarity out of what happened, Hargan said.

Interested runners can take partial in a Zombie game, in that zombie volunteers try to take one of 3 sashes ragged during a rubbish by any member in designated zombie zones. The idea is to cranky a finish line with during slightest one remaining flag. Those who remove all 3 flags contingency afterwards join a zombie mob.

Online registration for a eventuality ends Friday Oct. 24 during zombierunforyourlife.com; travel details can still register on a day of a event. Proceeds advantage PTSD services and donations will advantage a DeKeyzer family.

Cost is $15 for students, $25 for adults, a family package is $40 and $60 buys 6 tickets for groups of six.

Lake St. Clair Metro Park is located during 31300 Metropolitan Parkway, Harrison Township.

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