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Carl Love

Carl Stephen Love

May 26, 1949 - June 8, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Sunday, June 13th, 2021 | 12:00pm
    When
    Sunday, June 13th, 2021 12:00pm
    Location
    Private Funeral in Levinson's Chapel with Webcasting
    Address
    Please click the view the webcast link above to watch the funeral service.
  • Shiva

    Location
    Woodholme Country Club
    Address
    300 Woodholme Avenue
    Pikesville, MD 21208
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    Notes
    The family will be receiving on Sunday from 3:30-6 pm and 7-9 pm with a shiva service at 7:30 pm.

Donations

Donations are being accepted for:
Weekend Backpacks

P.O. Box 21486, Baltimore, MD 21282

Obituary

Carl Stephen Love, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Tuesday, June 8th, 2021 at the age of 72. He is survived by his loving wife, Ellen Love (nee Ressin); daughter, Karen Love (Justin Guiffré). He was predeceased by his brother, Richard Love; step-mother, Ruth Love and parents, Eugene and Charlotte Love.

A private funeral will be held on Sunday, June 13 at 12 pm. Others are welcome to watch virtually via the webcasting link. Interment Garrison Forest Cemetery of Chizuk Amuno Congregation. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Weekend Backpacks, P.O. Box 21486, Baltimore, MD 21282. The family will be receiving guests at Woodholme County Club, 300 Woodholme Avenue, Pikesville, MD 21208 on Sunday at 3:30-6 pm and 7-9 pm with a service at 7:30 pm.
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Denise Smith and Tim Wrightson

Posted at 02:00pm
To the Love Family,
We share many fond memories of the time we worked together with Carl at the Department of Juvenile Services.
Carl was not only a co-worker, but a friend, as well.
Condolences to family for such a tragic loss.
Prayers go out to family and for Ellen's continued healing.

Denise Smith &Tim Wrightson
DG

David Charles Greenberg

Posted at 01:03pm
Carl was a good, kind man and will truely be missed. He dedicated his professional life to children and families. As Homeless Liaison of the Baltimore County Public School System, he made sure that the homeless children of Baltimore County were enrolled in school, received school supplies, received meals, and received all of the necessary school supports. I enjoyed working with Carl for many years in our Office of Pupil Personnel Services. I always enjoyed my conversations with Carl and his friendship. Carl always had poignant questions and displayed good insight into many facets of our department. Godspeed Carl. You were taken from us way to soon.
RB

Rosemary Bitzel

Posted at 12:56pm
Dear Ellen, Karen, Justin and family members,

I met Carl around 1971 when we were counselors at the Brotherhood of Man, and he lived with seven other counselors in a house we nicknamed the Hacienda. Carl had such a wonderful, calm presence. He was very kind, and showed wisdom and discipline beyond his years. Later on he became the director of the Brotherhood of Man. I pray for Ellen's continued healing and for solace.
HW

HOWARD WINSTON

Posted at 12:55pm
Dear Ellen,

While Judy and I are new friends to you and Carl, we wanted to express our sincerest and deepest sympathy to you, Karen, and your entire family. Worthy of note is that when we moved to the Quarry a few years ago, not knowing anybody in the Baltimore area, it was you and Carl who were among the first to welcome us. You and Carl made sure that we were included and never left to sit alone or to feel out of place. It was Carl who would show me around the city that he was so proud of and he would take me on tours to make sure that I was aware of some of the beautiful places that the area afforded.
Ellen, may you have a speedy recovery and may Carl's memory be a blessing to us all.

Howie and Judy Winston

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Susan Roffman Simon

Posted at 12:51pm
Dearest Ellen,
I just watched Carl’s beautiful memorial service via webcam. Although I never had the pleasure of meeting him, I feel I somewhat know him now by the wonderful eulogy by Rabbi Wexler and the beautiful poem by your daughter.
He sounds awesome, but I’m not surprised as you are an awesome person and would settle for nothing less I the man you chose. Thinking back, you are probably the one friend I have had for the longest time (almost 70 years I think). We don’t see each other often as I am in California, but we have kept in touch and connect on our birthdays. I think about the great times and not so great times we had on Rosecrest Avenue - the Susan Hater Club,
the terrible Dashoffs, the time I closed the car door of your impala on your finger and practicing dancing in your basement.
Since I played the boy, to this day I can only lead and not follow (lol)! I want you to know that my heart grieves for you, and I know what it’s like to lose a spouse. My late husband was sick for 5 years so I was as prepared as I could be for his death (we were married 30 years). I can only tell you that there will be pain in the heart forever, but as time passes, you he pain lessens by remembering all the great memories you shared and be grateful you had the years you had together. When you are feeling up to it, I would love to either text or speak with you. I love you my oldest friend and I am heartbroken at your loss.
M

Marc and Mary Lou Roffman

Posted at 12:46pm
Ellen and family Our deepest condolences for the loss of your dear husband Carl. May his memory be a blessing. Wishing you a full and speedy recovery, Ellen.
JL

Judy Curtis, Steven and Allison Love

Posted at 12:36pm
Dear Ellen, Karen and Justin, We are devastated and are so sorry for your loss. Carl will always be remembered for his kindness and caring. Allie will miss his hugs and the love he always had for her. She loves him with all her heart as does Steven. He was always there for the family. Carl will be greatly missed. Ellen and Karen, our love and thoughts are with you.
ES

Emelie Schwab

Posted at 12:34pm
Dearest Ellen and Karen and Family
Carl was the epitome of Love! May the holes in your hearts be filled with his strength.
MA

Michael Andorsky

Posted at 12:31pm
Dear Ellen and Karen,
I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know Carl except to say hello occasionally but I knew both of you well as Karen's pediatrician. Today's comments about Carl let me know why he had such a warm and happy family.
Michael Andorsky


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Barbara & Charles Fineblum

Posted at 12:26pm
Karen & Ellen,
Our thoughts are with you during this time. We will always remember Carl as the best neighbor and friend ever. Our prayers are with you.
IM

ISETTA MELTON

Posted at 12:26pm
Sincere condolences to the family. Carl will surely be missed. 🙏
DG

Danny Green

Posted at 12:09pm
Sending thoughts and prayers in memory of Carl and in the healing of our dear cousin, Ellen.
BK

Bonnie J Kauffman

Posted at 12:08pm
I met Carl 45 years ago when he accepted one of my JSA boys into his group home. Carl was the perfect man and counselor for this child. He thrived at the home as did many boys who needed this safe harbor.
Since then I have also worked with Carl in the public schools where his integrity was his badge. Up until his day of retirement it was a good day when I could stop by his office for advise and support. The first thing I saw was his smile, then the pictures of his family whom he spoke of with such love.
Thank you Thank you Carl. Bonnie Kauffman
MD

Meliss and Al Dubinsky

Posted at 11:45am
With greatest condolences to Ellen and the entire family. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
LB

Lois and Howard Bernstein

Posted at 11:36am
We are so sorry for your loss. Carl was one the nicest people we knew and a friend to many people. We wish Ellen a speedy and complete recovery.
CR

Cheryl Rosenfeld

Posted at 11:11am
Dear Ellen , Karen , Justin, and family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved Carl.
I send my prayers for your continued strength and for Ellen’s complete recovery
N

Naomi and Howard

Posted at 10:43am
So so sad to hear of Carl’s passing. Our prayers are with you.
Naomi and Howard
DB

Debbie Bernfeld

Posted at 11:00pm
Dear Ellen and Karen and Justin and all the Cousins,
I am thinking about all of you especially during this time. There are no words to express the sadness I have felt since hearing the news. I know you are all very close and I know that closeness and love for each other have sustained you during these past weeks and will continue in all the days ahead. When I think about Carl, the first word that comes to my mind is mensch. And that is because Carl was always a mensch. I had the pleasure of seeing Ellen and Carl at the many Matz family and holiday get-togethers. Carl was always very friendly and extremely kind. It was so enjoyable to speak with Carl. Ellen too of course. In one of my retirement positions with Balto. County Public Schools many years ago, Carl, amazingly, became one of my supervisors. Here again, Carl was always a mensch. He was a most fantastic supervisor in many ways and I told him so. One of my best memories is of Ellen and Carl sitting on the sofa at the Matz's house during a family/friends get-together. As I was saying my good-byes to everyone that day, I found Carl and Ellen sitting closely next to each other with one of Carl's arms wrapped around Ellen's shoulders. So loving and so peaceful. May Carl's memory be a blessing and may Ellen have a speedy and complete recovery.
AH

Arlette and Jim Hurt

Posted at 10:34pm
Dear Ellen,
We were so sad to hear about the loss of your beloved Carl. We always enjoyed our social
get togethers and he will truly be missed. We wish you, Ellen, a good recovery and you will
continue to be in our prayers.
JH

Jon Herskovitz

Posted at 10:10pm
Ellen, Karen, Justin and family,

It was with great sadness that I heard of the Carl's death. He was a terrific neighbor and a wonderful person. The kindness her showed me as a child growing up a few houses down the block has stayed with me through the decades. He will be greatly missed.
ML

Miriam Levy

Posted at 08:44pm

Dear Ellen, Karen and Justin,
I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of your beloved Carl. He was a wonderful husband and father, a gentle soul. Praying Ellen has a speedy recovery. May his memory be for a blessing.
JB

Jill and Roy Bordenick

Posted at 07:32pm
I am so saddened to hear about Carl’s sudden passing. I knew Carl from BCPS and our connection was strengthened as our son and Karen were at Park School together. Carl always had the warmest smile and greeting whenever I saw him and he never failed to ask me about my family. He touched so many lives and his memory will be a blessing to everyone who new him. I am so deeply sorry for your loss.
DG

David Guiffre'

Posted at 06:26pm
Carl was my new best friend and family member. His amazing daughter, Karen, married my son, Justin. Ellen will continue to be an equally amazing member of the Guiffre' family as she continues her recovery. It is an honor to be a part of the Love family as well. Such a remarkable man and family.
AT

Alan Taylor

Posted at 04:11pm
Ellen & Family:
Even with a full room of volunteers, there is an emptiness at Weekend Backpacks in everyone's heart. We will miss Carl's kindness, caring, and intuitive comments that helped us become the organization we are today. Every Wednesday morning at exactly 9:30, Carl would back his car up to be loaded and deliver food to those of great need in Baltimore City. His memory is indeed a blessing and I hope it helps comfort the family.
LD

Lin and Dennis Dugan

Posted at 03:49pm
To Ellen, Karen, Justin, and family
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in the untimely loss of Carl. If only we could rewind time before the accident. Know that the beautiful memories will stay with you forever. Hope they will give you strength to make the most of every day. He is watching all of you from above and giving you strength every day. Please give Ellen the strength to improve every day. If you need anything, I am here to help you in any way possible. I can’t believe how an accident can cause so much pain and hardship. You are in our daily prayers. We love you.
LG

Larry Gilbert

Posted at 02:16pm
Karen: I am so sorry about the loss of your father, beloved Carl. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Over time, may his memory serve as a strength for you and always be a blessing.
SE

Steve & Lois Eisenberg

Posted at 01:55pm
Ellen and family:
We were so very sorry to hear about Carl. May all your cherished memories of him carry you through this difficult time. His dedication to Weekend Backpack's was appreciated by everyone.
BL

Barbara Lebson

Posted at 01:17pm
Dear Ellen,

About 30 years ago, my family went through a very rough time---not many knew what to say to us, but a note appeared in my mailbox from you, saying "please tell me how I can be a good friend to you right now".

Twenty years later, we were coming from a dinner with other Camp Louise people, and you got a phone call, telling you that a close neighbor had fallen terribly and terminally ill. You told me that you didn't know what to say to them, and I reminded you of your words to me many years before. When I got home, I found your note and mailed it to you. I had saved it all those years.

It is now your turn to be the recipient of those words. This is a terrible time, and no one knows how to go about sharing it, easing it or helping you through it, People will try very hard, and I'm sure everything they do and say will be comforting and helpful.

I want to remind you of those words, though, that you said so long ago. "Please let me" (and others) "know how to be a good friend to you right now." If there is something you need, or just feel like talking, or need hand with something that people don't realize, please follow that advice and reach out and steer us.

Much love, deepest sympathy on the tragic loss of a wonderful husband, and prayers for your recovery,

Barbara Lebson
RG

randee glassman

Posted at 10:38am
Ellen and Family
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Carl, your beloved. He was a sweet man and will be missed by you and the community. May his memories be a blessing.
JA

Judy Luray Allen

Posted at 10:06am
Marc & I don’t have words to express our deep condolences for you & your family over the tragic loss of Carl. You are in our thoughts & prayers at this difficult time.
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Honey & Jon Book

Posted at 09:23am
Words cannot express how very sorry we are to hear about Carl’s passing! Sending love and healing thoughts to Ellen!
MG

Marsha Gamerman

Posted at 11:23pm
I always enjoyed seeing Carl around shul and out and about in the community. It was such a pleasure, truly more like a joy, to be greeted by his warm, welcoming smile and that twinkle in his eye. I will really miss that. May his memory be for a blessing.
NR

Nancy Rosenberg

Posted at 10:37pm
I met Carl back in the early 1970s when he was so involved with the Brotherhood of Man. He was a warm, caring and thoughtful person who wanted to help others. I was so sad to hear about the tragic accident that took him from you. May his memory be a blessing. I wish Ellen a speedy and complete recovery .
S

Sharon&Michael Schwartz

Posted at 09:01pm
Michael and I are deeply sorry for the tragic loss of Carl. Words can not express what a wonderful person he was. We are grateful to have called Carl our friend. Our deepest sympathy to Ellen, Karen and Justin.
SR

Scharrence Richardson

Posted at 08:36pm
My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Carl. I worked with Carl for many years before his retirement from BCPS and truly sorry to hear of his untimely passing. You all are in my prayers.
From Scharrence Richardson
SS

Sharon Sagal

Posted at 08:35pm
Ellen
I was devastated to learn of the horrible accident and Carl's passing. Please know that you are in my prayers. May Carl's memory be for a blessing.
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Dee and Harold Simons

Posted at 07:57pm
Dear Ellen and family,
We are so saddened to hear of Carl’s untimely death. We know how proud and dedicated he was to you and Karen. Words can’t really express the deep sorrow we feel. You are in our prayers for an easy and painless recovery.
Sending lots of love your way.
Dee and Harold
BN

Betsy and Lou Narrow

Posted at 06:01pm
Dear Ellen and your entire family, our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved Carl. Words can't heal the pain of such a loss --- only time and the beautiful memories will eventually help you through.
DS

Dora and Howard Simons

Posted at 05:04pm
Dear Ellen,
We were so sorry to learn of Carl's untimely passing. We have such fond memories of spending time with both of you in Israel and seeing you from time to time when we returned home. May your memories of him bring you comfort in the weeks and months ahead. Our heartfelt sympathy,
Dora and Howard
IK

Ilene kahn

Posted at 04:56pm
We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss seeing Carl around the quarry. Ilene Kahn and Louis Progar
SD

Suzie and Sheldon Diskin

Posted at 04:50pm
Dear Ellen and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of Carl’s sudden passing. He was such a genuinely nice guy, and the smile reflected in the photos on this page is the smile he always had for us when we would see him. May all the good memories help you through this very difficult time. Sending prayers for your quick recovery.
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Sheila and Ivan Goldberg

Posted at 03:36pm
Ellen and family , Sending our sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved Carl .May his memory always be for a blessing.
CB

Carol & David Buchoff

Posted at 01:16pm
Ellen, Karen & Justin,
It is difficult to put into words how all of your family and close friends feel right now. Everyone is hurting for you (and for themselves) with Carl’s untimely passing. Carl was one special guy! He was warm, friendly, caring and easygoing. He always made you feel relaxed and comfortable in his presence. He smiled all the time and loved speaking of his beautiful family.
Dave met Carl many years ago when Carl was a Juvenile Counselor in Baltimore City and Dave was a high school administrator. Several times after a high school altercation and suspension, it was Carl who brought the teenager back to school to be reinstated, serving as the child’s “adult guardian”. When Dave transferred to Howard County Public Schools, there was Carl again, now in that same capacity in that county, returning a teen back to Dave’s new high school. These children were so fortunate to have the support and guidance that Carl provided to them. He truly cared about their wellbeing!
In later years, we got to spend time with Ellen and Carl at many holiday dinners and family functions at the Matz’s home, as well as dinners out together. We got to be with them even more, since moving into our condominiums at the Quarry in 2007. Carl was also our travel agent for the past 15 years and was so dedicated to making sure that our trips were meticulously arranged!!
We will very much miss Carl and pray that Ellen has an easy recovery. May Carl’s memory be for a blessing. Sending our deepest sympathy, Carol & David Buchoff
SB

Sandy Benney

Posted at 12:16pm
Dear Ellen,
I am heartbroken for your loss and for the terrible car accident that you and Carl were in. I know it will take time to physically, emotionally and psychologically heal, but I pray for that healing for you and your family, with G-d's help. "Love leaves a heartache that no one can heal; Love leaves a memory that no one can steal." My deepest condolences.
IG

Ilene Rudo Goldbloom

Posted at 12:03pm
Dear Ellen,
I am so sorry to learn about the loss of your beloved husband, Carl. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
LZ

Laura and Wayne Zemon

Posted at 11:59am
To Ellen and Karen,
So very sorry for your loss. It will take time to heal but he will still be in your heart
forever.
D

David and Debbie Roffman

Posted at 11:22am
Dear Ellen, Karen, and Justin: We are heartbroken over the tragic loss of Carl. He was a wonderful friend, neighbor, and fellow Chizuk Amuno family member. There was nothing that Carl would not do to help anyone who was in need. Our Quarry Lake community is bereft over his sudden loss. I have known Ellen since we were both children and wish her a full and speedy recovery. May Carl’s memory be for a blessing, and may the happiness he brought to his family and his communities continue to be a bright light. Baruch Dayan Ha’emet.
JP

Judy and Stuart Poltilove

Posted at 10:56am
We were so saddened to hear about Carl. He was one of the good guys and wished he could have been with us a lot longer. Stuart and Carl worked closely together for many years and were pool competitors. We enjoyed our social evenings together and he will be truly missed. We wish Ellen a good recovery and she is in our prayers.
KW

Karen Wilner

Posted at 10:17am
Ellen, Karen and Justin,
Words do not do it justice to express how deeply saddened we are to hear about Carl’s passing. Carl can be described as one of the good guys. He was so kind and so incredibly proud of Ellen ,Karen and Justin. Carl would greet us with a big smile and was always interested in how Lindsay, Ryan and the kids were doing. There was such a warmth about him. Even if he was on a bagel run, he had time to sit down and chat and catch up.
He will be dearly missed .
With love, admiration and our deepest sympathy ,
Karen and Howard
HK

Harriet and Alan Kanter

Posted at 10:08am
Dear Ellen, Karen and Family,
Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you. May Carl’s memory always be a blessing.
MY

Marsha and Sherwin Yoffe

Posted at 10:00am
Dear Ellen, Karen and Justin,
All our thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn the passing of your beloved Carl. May your memories comfort you as you move through this difficult time and always.
CC

Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Posted at 09:56am
The Chizuk Amuno synagogue community expresses our sincere condolences on the passing of our member, Carl Stephen Love. We extend our sympathies to the entire family. May his memory forever be a blessing
GO

Gail Shaivitz Oppel

Posted at 09:50am
Dear Ellen
Sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved husband. Sending you strength and prayers that you will find comfort in family and friends.
E

Eileen Attman Greenberg

Posted at 09:32am
Dear Ellen. I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Carl. He was a super nice guy. My deepest condolences to you and your family.
JW

Jill Weiss

Posted at 09:27am
Ellen and Karen,
So sorry to hear about Carl. Keep all your memories close to your heart.
JK

Jo Ann Lippman Klein

Posted at 09:24am
Ellen,

I am so very sorry to read about the loss of your beloved husband. May the beautiful memories shared together help to heal your broken heart.
BL

Bonnie Levy

Posted at 09:20am
Dear Ellen: I was truly saddened to hear about Carl and send loving condolences to you. May all your wonderful memories be a blessing to keep you strong.
DZ

Deborah Zager

Posted at 08:54am
Ellen, I am so sorry for your loss. May all the memories you made with Carl bring you much comfort.
SG

Susy and Barry Green

Posted at 08:40am
We are so sorry to hear about your terrible accident and Carl’s passing. He was such a nice guy, and we always enjoyed talking to him. Ellen, stay strong and get well soon.
AK

Aileen H. Kimel

Posted at 07:59am
Dear Ellen,
Know how much we are thinking about you and your familly.
Hope the good memories of happy times will help guide you
through these sad times.
JW

Joy Davis Walsky

Posted at 07:52am
Ellen, so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.
SN

Sharon Gensler nsler

Posted at 07:45am
Ellen and Families. My heart goes out to you all. Carl was truly a nice guy. So warm and friendly. He was truly the guy
who would give you the shirt off his back. My prayers go to Ellen. To get
stronger and stronger. Their are a lot of good people who want to share life with you. The support of your precious Karen and Justin and a lot of others will be comforting. Warmest regards, Sharon Gensler
SS

Sharyn Stein

Posted at 07:37am
It was always a pleasure to speak with Carl at Chadsworth School. Carl was a gentle man who helped so many children and families. May he Rest In Peace. Sending prayers and hope to beautiful Ellen for a full recovery.
M

Marsha Goldberg

Posted at 12:00am
Ellen, Karen and Justin,
There aren’t any words to describe the devastating loss of your wonderful husband, father and my friend for over 37 years. May he rest in peace knowing how much he was loved.
ML

Mark Love

Posted at 10:40pm
Dear Ellen, Karen, Justin and all family and friends: We will miss Carl so much. He was such a great man is so many respects. I knew him from when we were kids and he was simply the best. I know our family loved him so much and was so proud of the man he became. I’m so sorry for your loss. He will always be in our thoughts and hearts. Cousin Mark
LS

Linda and Fred Silber

Posted at 10:39pm
Ellen, We were so sad to hear about Carl.
Our thought and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
AR

Ann Reese

Posted at 07:21pm
Ellie, Karen, Justin
So hard to put my feelings into words. We are so sorry for your loss! So many memories with Carl! Although we've lived away from Baltimore for many years, we've maintained our friendship and close connections....from dancing at your wedding, to dinners together during our many trips to Baltimore, to Karen's Bat Mitzvah, to shared celebrations hosted by friends, to your trekking to NY for Scott's wedding, to meetups in Wilmington. And in between actual contacts, ongoing communication with Ellie....keeping us posted on Carl, Karen, and Justin. We will miss you Carl, you added to our life. May his memory be for a blessing.
Love, Ann and Steve
HG

Harvey Gold

Posted at 07:01pm
So sorry to hear. He was a good guy and taken too soon.
AB

Ann Beck

Posted at 06:55pm
Sending condolences to the Love family.
KE

Karen Egorin,chairperson

Posted at 06:21pm
The Lecture Group wishes to send our condolences to the Love family. We will miss his smile and warmth. May his memory be for blessings. May his lovely wife recover fully so she will be able to share the love with her family.
MB

Michele Brill

Posted at 05:46pm
Ellen-
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. May his memory be for a blessing.
EM

Erin Manor

Posted at 05:03pm
I will greatly miss Carl. We have played pool many years together and he was always a pleasure. I know his family meant so much to him. I’m truly saddened by the loss and send my heartfelt condolences to his family. I pray the memories bring some comfort in your loss.
HC

Harriet Paul Cooper

Posted at 04:58pm
I am so sad to hear about Carl. He used to come into the Myerberg Center to work out at our fitness center and we would chat all of the time. A wonderful man who was always so pleasant to be around. May the wonderful memories be for many blessings.
AK

Anne King

Posted at 02:45pm
Ellen, I'm so very sorry. hope the memories you hold in your heart will help you through these difficult days.
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