Earl C. Carpenter

Born: Mon., Apr. 28, 1924
Died: Sun., Mar. 31, 2013


Visitation

2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Wed., Apr. 03, 2013
Location: W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Thu., Apr. 04, 2013
Location: W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home


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Earl C. Carpenter, 88, passed away on March 31, 2013.  He was born on April 28, 1924 to Jason and Mabel (Crist) Carpenter.  Earl proudly served in the U.S. Army during World War II, from 1942-1945.  He landed in the 2nd wave at Normandy on D-Day and was awarded a Silver Star and 3 Bronze Stars for valor and courage.  
    In 1946 Earl married Betty J. Carter on March 30th.  He worked for New York Central Railroad until the mid 1950s and then worked 50 dedicated   years at Dudley’s Drive-In.  Earl was a Deacon and member of the Board at Bethel Assembly of God Church in Perrysburg.
Earl was preceded in death by his daughter, Naomi Estes; son, David; grandson Tom; great grandchildren, Hunter and Cindy; brothers, Harry Livergood, Gerald, Wayne, Edward, Richard and Virgil Carpenter; sister, Mabel Finney; and son-in-law, Marc Lobel.
    Surviving is his loving wife 67 years, Betty; children, Earl Jr. (Linda), Karen (Gordon) Lobel, Sharon (Pat) Ferris, James (Carol), Betty Joy (Johnny) Luntsford; daughter-in-law, Anna and 68 grandchildren and great grandchildren; sisters, Muriel Letsinger and Juanita Turner; and many nieces and nephews.
    Family and friends may visit Wednesday 2-8 p.m. at the W. K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home, 3838 Airport Hwy. where Funeral services will on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 11:00a.m.  Interment will follow at Ottawa Hills Memorial Park.  
    Tributes may be directed to Ebeid Hospice or Bethel Assembly of God Church, Perrysburg, OH.

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Linda L Finney-Blazsek
   Posted Wed April 03, 2013
Uncle Earl I will miss terribly. I remember when I walked into the Drive In the first voice I heard was yours. Linda Lou that is what you called me. I won't forget how you taught me how to use that french fry cutter. OMG, that was a bear to use, but if it wasn't for you I don't think I would have got the hang of it. I will see you someday and I am thankful that you are on God's side. Believe it when I was young I heard you & Aunt Betty prayers that I should get right by God and I want you to know that I am. I love you dearest Uncle. And to my Aunt Betty, Earl Jr, Jimmy, Karen, Sharon, Betty Joy my love and prayers are with you always. God Bless and all my Love, Your cousin Linda

Edward Carpenter
   Posted Thu April 04, 2013
My deepest condolences.
I am truely sorry that I cannot make it home for the funeral.
Aunt Betty, you and yours are in my prayers and my heart.
Please if you need anything let me know.
With all my love
Edward Carpenter

Betty Joy (JO)
   Posted Wed April 10, 2013
To my Dad, I love you and miss you very much. It is not the same when I go everyday to see mom. I miss you voice and your jokes and just seeing you. Love you dad


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