this is so very difficult. There is not a time frame for feeling better. Just take one day at a time. Carl was a good friend in high school. He was truly a beautiful person - inside and out. I will pray for you and your family. I lost my dear husband 5 years ago and miss him every day.
I am dismayed and saddened with Carl's passing. Somehow, I never expected him to leave us. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. ...David Brewer SI 1960
Sad to hear of Carl's passing. I respected him as a classmate in high school. I was proud of him when he went to the critical. I new he would do well. I too served in Vietnam in the years 1964-65. I was proud to read of his military accomplishments, but that was expected from a man like him.did not know he was from up north. I too was from the north and came to bartow in my sophomore year. They called me a damn Yankee even after being in bar tow through my senior year. I really enjoyed school in bar tow especially being in the glee club. I am sure Carl is now with the lord. By the way when I came back from Vietnam god called me into his ministry for which I served him for over 30 years before having heart surgery two years ago. I was unable to attend our 50 year class reunion, so I missed seeing Carl and my classmates. Thanks to David brewer for keeping us all informed of the status of our classmates. I know I will see Carland other classmates who have trusted in Jesus in heaven some day. God bless you and your family and may the good lord comfort you in these time's, you are in my prayers.
Linda & Family: Just learned of Carl's passing. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Carl was more than a classmate and teammate, he was a good and decent person and someone I was PROUD to consider a friend. Don Alexander SI 60
Linda, I haven't seen Carl in 50 years and feel an incredible sense of loss. I admired and respected him as a classmate and was not surprised when I read of his successes in life, both personally and professionally. I extend my most sincere sympathies to you and your family.
Carl and Chuck Thompson lived next to me in 1962--63 at The Citadel. I was their knob and they were my mentors in my freshman year. Carl was very good to me and helped me survive the plebe system. Carl was gentle but firm and I totally respected his leadership. I learned about life, girls, music, and many things I had never been exposed to, growing up with an Air Force dad. I regret not following up with Carl, being as close in Newberry as I have been to his home. We both were in the pipe band and that was a real shock to a young 17 year old freshman in itself with only piano as the only musical instrument I knew. I wish the family that now misses him much sympathy and offer comfort in the thought that we will all meet again in Heaven. Please let me know if I can help in any way. Joseph Upton 1966 Band Bagpiper. 803-364-1982
Linda and the Gledhill Family,
You have a deepest sympathy. We enjoyed getting to know you and Carl at St. Mary's. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Renee & Frank
I was and am so sorry to read about your husband's death.. May our blessed Lord hold you and yours in the palm of Hiis hand. He will uphold you and give you strength.
Praying that God will give great comfort to your family at this time.
We are so sorry for you loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
Lee and I heard of Carl's death from Neva at CTK. We extend our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Carl was a good work companion and a good friend.
Lee & Dave
I wish to extend my condolences to the Gledhill family. May the God of tender mercies and of all comfort be with you during this time of grief and sorrow.
You all are in my prayers. May The Lord be with you and comfort you.
Linda, I am so sorry to hear of Carl's passing! Our "girls" could not have had a better "Paw Paw". I feel very blessed to have been able to know both of you! I thank you both for welcoming me ino your home @ your lives, I love you all! God bless you, my friend!