• H.M. Patterson & Son-Canton Hill Chapel
    Marietta, GA
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Cary Ward Studley 1949 - 2014

Cary Ward Studley

This Guest Book has been kept online until 8/9/2015 by H.M. Patterson & Son-Canton Hill Chapel.
Sunday, November 23, 2014
May -- It was with profound regret that I heard of Cary's passing. I only worked with him for 2 years in Atlanta (90-92) but we shared an entire career. Cary was a true inspiration to all around him. I can still hear his laugh. God's blessing and comfort to you and Alan. He was a good man.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
We are very sorry for your loss. Cary was a good friend and mentor. His service to his country did not end with his retirement. His leadership was an inspiration. He will be sorely missed.
Friday, July 11, 2014
We are thinking of you and your family May. We will really miss Cary.
Friday, July 11, 2014
We were very saddened to hear of Cary's passing. Our deep condolences are with you (May) and Alan, as well as the rest of your family. Our family has fond memories of the 9 years we were neighbors. You and Cary were always so nice to the girls. Katie,being the oldest, remembers seeing "Mr. Cary" outside and always making a point to shout a loud "HEY MR. CARY!" over to him in her sing-song little kid voice. She did this just so she could hear his unforgettable way of saying "Helloooooo!" to her, which made her feel special and always put a big smile on her face. He was a very nice man who will be missed by many. -The Sanfelippo's
Friday, July 11, 2014
Cary was such a great guy. He helped all his co-workers so much at General Motors. He worked very diligently at the goals and programs that the GM managers wanted. I used to marvel at how thorough and professional he was. He was always ready with an answer for a dealer or for a co-worker. When I came into the service managers' group I was totally lost on what to do. Cary laid it all out for me in a way I could understand. I would have been lost without him. I really enjoyed talking to Cary about his military experiences. He told me this story of how once he was at Fort Bragg doing some training with his dive team. There was an aircraft crash into a lake nearby. When the authorities came out to talk to him about assisting with his team he was wearing a Donald duck T-shirt and dive shorts. “You're in charge?” they asked. “Sure, why not?” Cary of course had a connection to Japan through his wonderful wife May. Once we got talking about Godzilla movies and we laughed and laughed. We just couldn't stop. I will miss Cary a lot.
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