Carl J. Drumhiller

Colom, Michigan

Age 82


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Carl Junior Drumhiller, 82, passed away on Friday, Aug. 31, 2018, at his home in Colon. He died peacefully, surrounded by his children.Junior was born in Colon to the late Carl Burr Drumhiller and Georgia Francis (Fitzgerald) Drumhiller. He served in the U.S. Army from 1959 to 1961.Junior spent...

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Florence, Kelly, Kim and Butch, heart felt sympathies to you all at this sad time. Though the distance has grown know that the memories of you all have been carried in my heart. Kelly, you are forever my flower girl. Prayers to you all for strength to guide you.

Our sincere condolences to Florance and the family.we spent some good times with them up in there cabin in Irons Mi.loved to hear of all the stories he shared and he loved for us to hear them,A very special man ,Always meet him with that happy smile.He will truly be missed.Rest in peace my friend . JR and Sue Troyer

My heart felt condolences to the Drumhiller family! My father in law, Ivan Myers, brick mason, had great stories to share about Carl and the building industry. He enjoyed working with Carl which made the project a win/win production and shared a lot of laughs and camaraderie in those days. You will be missed in the community. Hugs to Florence! May God Bless you and sooth your family with fond memories!

Always known as a true "gentle" man. Jr. so loved his family and his gift of carpentry. Our sincere condolences! Frans and Mary VanderWal

I will miss our afternoon mini chats as he made way to the Legion. Always happy and smiling. A stalwart of this community. He will be missed - greatly RIP Jr.

Sincere Condolences to Carl's family.

A dear friend and a great person, he built my dream garage, which I hope to enjoy for many more years. He had many interesting storie about Colon and I'm sure many more I will never hear. The village and American Legion will miss him. Goodbye dear friend.

Bob and Diane Trayling. Junior was a dear friend and Bob's classmate. Many hours were spent with Junior entertaining us with tales of the great outdoors.
We wish we could be present to give our love to Florence and the "kids".
We never enter a house but that we don't comment on the carpentry because Junior was a master of building, the best of the best.
No homes come close here in Florida.
Time to rest now, our friend.