Condolence: My fondest memories are those of you and Carl watching our boys play little league. Carl would have that proud Dad smile as he watched his boy catching for his team. He never missed a game in all the years they played. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. Take care Emmy. I will be thinking of you.
Condolence: Emmy and family. We are so sorry to hear of Carl’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We fondly remember our times at your cottages and the great day trips on the boat with Carl (and you) being the gracious hosts and friends. Our grandson Tristan still talks about those cruises and chances to dive of the boat. Sorry we were unable to make the memorial service because we are out of the country but know we were thinking of you. Rest In Peace.
Condolence: Knew Carl while working with my brother John. Always honest and kind. A nice guy to do business with. I remember his humor each day we stopped in to buy something. he'd always chat. I helped paint one his buildings one summer. Always kind and asked if I needed anything. One of the nicest memories of working with John that I have. Rest in Peace.
Condolence: Our hearts are broken and the tears fall freely as we remember Carl. His crusty humor will be sadly missed, but I’ll hear that laugh of his forever. He was a great man and made his mark on this world. Some of my favorite memories of Carl where from when we worked together selling the house on Business Route 1; he always had something to say, though it wasn’t always pretty. We regret that we aren’t able to join you as you remember and honor Carl; but know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers.