IT HAS BEEN AN HONOR TO KNOW SUCH A GRACIOUS HOST AND DELIGHTFUL HUMAN BEING. HE IS TRULY AN EXAMPLE FOR US ALL TO FOLLOW. BILL WORKED HARD, GAVE MUCH AND LIVED WELL. "GOOD TO THE LAST DROP" APPLIES TO HIS LIFE. HE HONORED LIFE AND DID NOT WASTE A DROP OF IT. HIS BACKGAMMON WAS PRETTY GOOD ALSO. HE WAS LOYAL TO HIS FRIENDS AND WORKERS AND BROUGHT JOY TO THE WORLD. A PLEASURE TO KNOW. A CELEBRATION OF A LIFE GIVEN BY GOD AND FULLY APPRECIATED BY SO MANY. BLESSING'S PATRICIA
Our condolences to the family and employees of Mr W P Carey. His wisdom and vision has served my family well for many years as investors. I know he will be missed by all and all should count their blessings for having had him in their life. Rest in peace.
Paul Jordan, Investor
William Polk Carey was indeed a kind and loving gentleman. I'm very grateful our paths crossed. May this wonderful man rest in eternal peace. Paul Hyams
It's hard to believe that just two weeks ago we were at your Manhattan residence Christmas party. That special and happy ritual we Delts always looked forward to each year. This year was especially wonderful since it was close to Christmas and you seemed especially happy to see us all. You had that certain serenity that I have come to recognize with the final journey and I have recently experienced with the passing of my own mother. I believe it was a good bye.
But as our great Delta Phi song says, let us not speak of such sadness and remember all the wonderful times we shared, especially those pre-Ascot parties in London.
Bill you have been a great American, a leader, visionary, friend and Bon Vivant. I am sure God will put you in charge of hosting elegant social events. It has been a great pleasure knowing you.
With much happiness and sadness,
Joseph and Marcia Scognamiglio
May the God of all comfort be with you at this time of grief and the ,memories of your loved one sustain you, one day at a time. Joanna
It was my please to have known you Bill.
Mr. Carey was truly an outstanding gentleman; and his loyalty to Baltimore area institutions deserves the greatest respect. May his family take comfort in the knowledge that he was appreciated by those touched by his generosity and kindness.
Wm Polk Carey, whom I loved to call by his entire name, was introduced to me in San Francisco, in the 60's, by my late ex-husband, John Hoffmann.
He was a gentleman, a good friend and, obviously, a thoughtful benefactor. We were lucky to have known him.
Suzanne McWilliam Oberlin, California
"My condolences to the Carey family. I know He will be remember for his acts of kindness and generousness. As the scripture state "there is more happiness in giving than there is in receiving" (Acts 20:35). Neighbor, (Al)
I am sorry to hear of the loss of your love one. May the peace of God that excels all thought comfort you during this time of sadness. (2Co. 1:3,4)
Hilda, South Carolina
Please accept my condolences to your family at this difficult time. "May the God of Peace, give you support and comfort."
To the the family of William Polk Carey - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
Sounds like he was a wonderful person. May Mr. Carey rest in peace. Prayers and blessings to his loved ones.
There are no words. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxooooooooooooooooo. So much to miss.............
I met you a few years ago at your holiday party as a guest of Curt Deane-you both gave me a puppy from your litter from Boo Boo and DAX and I felt you were family - I went to your apt in NY to pick up my puppy - You were a real gentleman and I will keep you in my prayers as well as your family. Rest in peace and hopefully we will meet again some day - Patti Banks
May the God of all comfort be with you at this time of grief, may the memories of your loved one sustain you as time moves forward.
...and withal, Bill was modest.
Edward D Brown