March 30, 1928 August 9, 2007 Carol Adin Honey went home to be with God in Heaven, Monday morning, August 6, 2007. He died of natural causes. Carol was born in Onta rio, Oregon March 30, 1928. The eldest of 5 children, he is survived by his sister, Ramona Mertz; his wife of 28 years, Ellen; her children, Diana Chasse and Daniel Chasse, whom he raised; his first wife, Darlene, and their three daughters, Carolyn Dietrich, Sandra Kinder, and Valerie Kelley (his daughter, Marilyn Kinney, died of cancer 14 years ago); 9 grandchildren,14 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. C.A. Honey retired after 26 years working with Hughes Aircraft Ground Systems as an E lectronic Designer. He held a secret clearance with the government for 25 years. Many of those years he worked on space related programs. After his retirement from Hughes Aircraft, Carol opened a TV repair shop and ran it for 18 year in the city of Ontario, California. Carol Honey was the first in the state of California to receive teacher's credentials to teach and train hypnotists. He founded and operated the first school approved by the California State Board of Education in California where he taught hypnotism theory and trained hypnotists. He wrote the first course approved for training hypnotists in California, training doctors and laymen alike. Many hypnosis centers still use his course today in training hypnotists. Carol's interest and hobbies included a wide variety of fields. He loved to read non fiction books. At home in later life he like to watch wrestling programs. It made him laugh a lot. The study of UFOs was a passion throughout his life. He published a UFO newsletter, was a ghost write r of George Adamski's publications, including his book Flying Saucers Farewell and a host of articles and pamphlets. He also published his own books: The Origin of the World Religions, The UFO Situation Today, The Great UFO Deception, and Flying Saucers-50 years Later. Carol Honey was a loving and caring man who helped many family members get through and deal with their own personal problems throughout the 28 years married to his second wife Ellen. He was a quite man with great wisdom. He will be missed b y all who knew him. There will be a graveside service on Friday, August 17.
Published in Press-Telegram on Aug. 12, 2007.