unfortunately, I had a court appearance at the same time of the service for Carey. Debbie, as you know, your husband was one of my very best friends during the law school saga. If we had spent as much time studying as we did playing gin rummy, golf, and poker I am confident we would both have graduated in the top 1% of our class. But that did not happen and we had a lot more fun. It was also through Carey that I got to meet the members of Debbie's family, especially Fred Ward. Carey was truly one of my best and most memorable friends. I am very saddened that he is no longer with us.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Carey was a dear freind and customer for 30 years. We wil all miss him greatly.
Too short a life, but a life well lived, full of fun, love and service to others. I am grateful for knowing Carey and Debbie and Andrew and see the qualities all have passed on to others. May you find light in the moments of darkness ahead and know you are loved.
Debbie, I want to offer my deepest condolences to you and Andrew my heart goes out to you.Ms.Elise and I spoke about Carey and how very proud she was of her sons becoming honrable men.And so very often put others first. Carey a kind heart, and soul will be missed.
Carey was a wonderful, brilliant boss and a loving, kind gentleman. He will be so terribly missed by all who knew and loved him. I wish there had been more time with him. Love to Debbie and Andrew.
I met Carey via Jim Meade at a mortgage closing in the 1970's.
It was impossible not to like Carey. Always a gentleman, always filled with laughter, always honorable.
A great friend an classmate.Always had a kind word for everyone.A great Basketball player an all around kind caring person. My condolences to Family.
I was a member at Lake Nona from 1994-1996, and played a lot of golf with Cary. He was one of my closest friends during this period, of which I have fond memories. Funny, enjoyed life, & smart. I was with him when he payed Augusta, and as I remember, he reached number 15, the par 5 over the pond, in 2. To Debra & the family, my deepest condolences.
Carey Lynn was a great basketball player. We knew him from 1960-1967 when we lived in Chattahoochee. We have some great memories of him. He was a fine person and I treasure the telephone call he gave me approx. 2 years ago going over old times at Chattahoochee. Heaven's gain is our loss. Rest in peace Carey Lynn. Our hearts and prayers are with his family. Joe & Jo Ann Meacham, Erin, TN
To the family of Carey Lynn Hill I offer my deepest condolences to all of you. Growing up in a small town like Chattahoochee where everyone knows everyone from childhood to adult you don't fully appreciate or understand the closeness or values until after you leave. Carey Lynn had a tremendous impact on many boys now who are grown men.He was a small town legend whose memories will linger on and never be forgotten......and my heart goes out to each of you in the recent passing of him.....