Thanks so much for all the warm thoughts and prayers. It makes me proud as a son to know how much people loved him.
Carl was a mentor and friend of mine. He taught me so much when we worked together on the TD program as it became a law. The program today is a national model because it was people like Carl Hiuff who believed in coordinated transportation and helping people obtain mobilkity. May he rest in peach. Jo Ann Hutchinson and Family
My Uncle Carl was such a wonderful, kind man and I loved him so much. I remember when I was little he would carry me around on his shoulders. I was so tall I thought I could touch the sky! When I was six, he took me out into the woods in Bushnell and taught me how to shoot a gun. He would sit on the ground with me in his lap and hold the gun while I pulled the trigger to shoot cans off of a log. He was loved by so many people and we will miss him terribly. We love you, Uncle Carl!
Jo Ann, Dick and family
The first time I met Carl was in 1974 when I joined the FDOT. We worked together on several projects at the Department. He was 15 years older than I and greatly helped me move up in the FDOT. In 1989 when I was the Inspector General, the Secretary offered me the position of Executive Director of the Turnpike. I wasn't sure if I should take the position so I spent a long time discussing it with Carl. He advised me to accept the offer and I retired two years ago. Carl was the most thoughtful, compassionate, smart and good hearted person I knew at the FDOT. He touched the lives of so many. It was my honor to have known him.
Marilyn Rosemary and families
my heart and prayers are with you Love Frank