Carl G. Becker D.O.
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Carl G. Becker, D.O., age 83, died January 21, 2011. He is survived by his loving wife, Del; his children, Lori (Larry Sobolewski), Greg (Amalia) and Dr. Eric Becker; and grandsons, Michael and John Becker. A much-loved and respected physician, Dr. Becker served 34 years on the Board of Trustees of the Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center, 12 as the longest-standing president. He was an avid game hunter, Civil War buff and member of the Mt. Clemens Rotary Club. Visitation is Monday, January 24, from 2-9 p.m. at the Lee-Ellena Funeral Home, 46530 Romeo Plank Road, Macomb (S. of 21 Mile Road). A funeral service will take place Tuesday. Cremation to follow. Visit lee-ellenafuneralhome.com for more information.

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Published in The Macomb Daily on Jan. 23, 2011.
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February 2, 2011
Dear Del,

The loss of your dear Carl is profound and so very sad. May Love surround you and your family at this difficult time.

I have many fond memories of happy times with you and Carl and I look forward to sharing those personally with you some time in the near future.

Carl gave so much of himself to others. To be sure, he left the world a better place.

You have my deepest sympathy.

Sincerely,

Harriet (formerly Gerlach) Kern
Harriet Kern
January 29, 2011
Dr. Becker was a caring physician of "the old school", a quality greatly to be admired. Halcyon Kramer
January 28, 2011
Dr. Becker was a great man and an asset to the medical field. We all have lost someone special
Larry Smalintine
January 25, 2011
Dear Del and family,
I was so sorry to hear of Carl's passing. My prayers go out to you and your family. Carl was a friend and I have fond memories of him.
May your memories of him support you in this difficult time.
Louise Hogan Hladik
Louise Hladik
January 24, 2011
Del, my condolences. Carl was a great man and someone I respected. I wish I could be there in person. My thoughts are with you.

Stewart Slipiec
Stewart Slipiec
January 24, 2011
Dear Del, So sorry I'm in FL this week and can't be there to give you a hug and express my heartfelt condolences in person. My caring thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.
Jill Cottrell
January 24, 2011
Del, you and your family have my prayers and thoughts at this difficult time. I know your husband was well loved and respected. He will be missed. Fondly, Jennie Tunnell
January 24, 2011
Our sincere condolences to you and your family.
Fondly, Dr. & Mrs. Michael Sutton
January 24, 2011
My husband and I were very sad to hear of "Doc's" passing. He was my physician as a child (I'm talking back in the 70's) and then we crossed paths again while walking our own Labs at the Fraser Flying Club. We enjoyed visiting with him and Monty. I've spoken to you, Mrs. Becker, on a few occasions when I've seen you in your formal capacity as a member of the Mental Health Board and told you of our weekly little get togethers with our dogs. When we were out there this past Saturday morning, we stopped and had a moment of silence and said a prayer. Our deepest sympathy to the family.
Terri Massimino
January 23, 2011
After having Doc as our neighbor for 17 years he will be sadly missed. Del, although we can not be there during this difficult time our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

God Bless, Mike and Claudette Trombley
Michael Trombley
January 23, 2011
Yes I remember Doc. ( as I knew him ) he would come to the Fraser flying field and some-times he would fly his RC Airplane and other times he would have his dog with him, he will be missed as I knew him, being a retired nurse and friend. God Bless Him------Lenny Grandmason.
Lenny Grandmason LPN
January 23, 2011
Its with sadnes that we learned of Carl's passing. I appreciated Carl's support during a difficult period of expansion and growth. He was amodel for young physicians, who wished to play leadership roles among their peers.

Ralph and Gail La Gro
Ralph La Gro
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