“What a loss! I had the privilege of being Carlon's secretary at Texas Tech, when he was chairman. He was kind, brilliant, and funny. Most of all, he had integrity, rare in this world. Carlon, Mona, and I would lunch together, even after his retirement, and we would laugh the entire time. I loved these two people, and still do. Carlon's legacy will live on through his work, influence on others, and the admiration of all who knew and loved him. Rest in peace, dear friend. My love to you, dear...
“Mona and Family: Our prayers are with you.
Lee and Anne Marchant, Laramie
“I worked for Carlon on the LETC tar sand projects in Utah back in the late 1970s. He was the smartest engineer I ever met. He was also a great boss and a nice person. I hadn't had any contact with him in years but he will be missed.
“It was my good fortune to have gone to work for Carlon fresh out of undergraduate school in petroleum engineering. Although, I was offered the most they could offer, it was the lowest offer I received. The reason I went to work there was strictly because of the reputation of this brilliant man and his willingness to be my thesis advisor for a master's degree. I was given the opportunity to work full time for him and work on my master's part time. Never could I have gotten a better...
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