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Dr. Carlton George "Carl" WOOD

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Dr. Carlton George "Carl" WOOD

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April 20, 2014
I am late finding out Carl's passing. We worked and played together for my first years in Nashville; I always admired Carl and enjoyed his company.
Sorry man, I didn't do better staying in touch. Love you , Tom
August 04, 2013
Adios Carl and thanks for helping me kick my dope habit.
July 26, 2013
Carl Wood was a wonderful person, a true outdoorsman and a great husband. We fished bass tournaments against Debbie and Carl for many years. They took some of our money and we got some of their money. We had a great time competing and we were always looking for a "big fish". I remember one time that a fellow competitor made fun of Debbie for fishing with a "purple-glitter" spinnerbait...you fishermen will understand!! She made a few more cast and caught the biggest fish of the tournament right in front of the two guys that were bugging her. I believe Carl got the most out of life, he was passionate about fishing, golfing and Debbie. He would fish a tournament in the morning and go play 18 holes of golf in the evening. He was one of the good guys, and we will miss him. I have a feeling he is up there trying to find a good fishing hole or looking for the next golf course and we will see him again. Brian & Kristi Mc.
July 25, 2013
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
July 25, 2013
May your fond memories, be of comfort to you during this time of great loss. Carl meant so much to so many and I am thankful for having him in my life. I love and miss him.

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