I am so very sorry to hear of Carl's Passing. He will be sorely missed in Athens. I send my heartfelt condolences and sympathy. May God Bless You and your family.
What a wonderful human being. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Reggie.
Mrs. Vipperman - I am sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your entire family during this time.
Reggie, so sorry to hear of Carl's passing. He was a good friend, fellow choir member and golfing companion. Always pleasant and fun to be with. Even though I am out of state, I will miss him when I visit Athens. Dave Lunde
The World is less bright without Carl. Our love and sympathy to Reggie and the family. Carl was a gentleman and a scholar.
Jane & David Kidd
Our sincerest & heartfelt condolences to your family...
Dear Vip, Vickie and Reggie
So sorry for your loss. I remember a beautiful Easter where I met Professor Vipperman and Reggie for the first time after hearing about them for years. May the many wonderful memories you have of him comfort you at this time. Take care. Love, Mary
Dearest Reggie and family,
Sending my heartfelt sympathy to all of you. Carl was a true gentleman in every sense of the word. Praying for comfort and peace in your tome of grief.
Reggie, we share your sadness. It was a delight to be in Carl's company and he was so appreciative of love and life.
We love you Reggie and we will miss Carl very much. It was always great fun to be with you all in Bluffton and many other gathering places. We have wonderful memories of many great times. Babbie and Don Guscio
So sorry to hear about your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
With deepest sympathy,
Lynda Harden Powell
Sending our love and condolences to you at this time. May your memories bring you comfort and joy, may time grant you peace. Our deepest regrets for your loss, john and teresa hays
To me and to Natalie, Carl was a true friend and generous colleague. Most important, he was a mensch--a decent and caring man. He is already missed.
Carl was the quintessential blend of teacher, scholar, colleague, and gentleman. After I joined the History Department in 1970, he was one of several colleagues who made my transition from a small college atmosphere to a larger, more dynamic academic environment less frustrating. Whether dealing with someone on an intellectual or social level, Carl always struck me as someone who knew about differences of right and wrong, of good and bad, and, more than anything, the importance of character. The marvelous dinner parties given by Reggie and Carl remain fixed in my mind. So, too, was a golf match when Carl and I were partners, and I kept us in the match for most of the time. But when it went to extra holes, it was Carl who sealed the victory. He was the kind of a guy you liked to have on your side. Lester Langley
Reggie, So sorry to hear about Carl. He was a Prince of a fellow in every respect. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim and Lyra Cobb
He made learning fun.I was always proud to have been his student.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.