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August 15, 2018

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January 24, 2018
Carl was an interesting guy and mentor to several young lawyers. I knew him through his cousin, Judge Graham Quisenberry of Weatherford. RIP, Carl.
January 22, 2018
CARL WAS MY "BIG BROTHER" IN THE DELT FRATERNITY AT TEXAS TECH IN 1961. HE GUIDED MY YOUNG MIND THROUGH SOME ROUGH TIMES AT TECH AND I GRADUATED. I OWE HIM A LOT. WE HAD LUNCH THREE YEARS AGO AT HIS CLUB IN WICHITA FALLS AND HE LOOKED GREAT. GOD BLESS THIS TREMENDOUS MAN AND PERSON! TOM ARNOLD, PLANO, TX
January 21, 2018
I knew Carl for 50 years. We started practicing law at the same time in Fort Worth. He was a very interesting man, and a good man. I will miss him.

terry gardner
January 18, 2018
I had the opportunity to work with Carl from the Baylor County Sheriff's office. I have never had any other person be so respectful of me. I have always appreciated that and never forgot it. Go rest high on that mountain Carl and we will see you again.
Respectfully, Carol and Ronnie Miller