Photo courtesy of Byles Memorial Home - New London

Karl S. Carter

Apr 6, 1961 - Oct 21, 2021 (Age 60)

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I still remember the time I saw him right before he left for the Navy. We had a long talk. He was excited about what this new chapter would bring. Love you Karl.

To the family my deepest condolences I´m just devastated to hear about my brother KC as I would call him. We were very close friends in High School we ran the streets of Cleveland together hung out at each other´s home went out to restaurants and clubs, KC would always be under the hood of car doing what he loved. We would go out on double dates together with his first love Michele and who ever I would be dating at that time. Karl had a hart as big as a ocean always willing to help anyway he...

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Dear Kevin, Destinee, Chris, and the entire circle of Karl’s family ‘n’ friends,

I met Karl here at EB, through Chris, and our involvement with Troop Support. I immediately sensed Karl’s presence and capable compassion; he was a great supporter and just always fun to see! Rest your oar, sailor; we have the watch!

Understanding the hole left behind, regardless the inevitability or forewarning, pray this helps some wee bit...to allow...enablethe grief...which will...

I send my condolences to the family Karl and I had good times together. His smile outshined anything. He always talked about his daughter. When he talked about her his eyes lit up his smile was bigger than anything I've ever seen. I will miss him. RIP in Heaven

First my boss and then my friend. Our condolences to the family

Our deepest condolences to Karl´s family. He was great person we´ve had the pleasure to know and serve him breakfast and lunch at Electric Boat. Karl fly high our Angel, we´ll see you again some day! Sherry and Heather Pangelinan, Electric Boat cafe.

I am sorry Chris. My condolences to you.

I am so sorry for your loss. Please take acre of yourself and I am thinking of you Chris. Sincerely, Laural LaValley


Karl's Obituary

Groton — Karl S. Carter passed away Oct. 21, 2021, at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital.

He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, April 6, 1961, the son of Diane G. Carter (Farley). Karl attended John F. Kennedy High School and enlisted in the U.S. Navy where he made his first career.


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