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Carl Jackson Pinion

Charlotte, North Carolina

Aug 24, 1928 – Jan 2, 2018


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Ellington Funeral Services Obituary

Carl Jackson Pinion, 89, of Charlotte, NC, passed away Tuesday, the 2nd of January 2018 at Levine & Dickson Hospice House – Southminster.  He was born the 24th of August 1928, the oldest of three children to the late D.F. Pinion and Martha Hurt Pinion.  He served in the United State Navy...

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To Becky and your family, I am sorry to hear of your father's death. My thoughts and a prayer today are for your comfort. Grace and peace for you all. Toby Brown

carl was a very good friend we played many rounds of golf together he will surely be missed.

I will always remember my Uncle Carl as the chewing gum man. Everytime he would see us kids? He would first thing pull his pack of sugar free cinnamin gum from his pocket and with his thumb have a piece ready like a handshake. Asking with a smile and his signature giggle hows it been going. To my dear family. I hope to see you all soon. I love and miss you all. Todd Andrew Barringer

Betty, my thoughts and prayers are with you and family at this time. I worked with Carl many years and thought so much of him. I'm so glad we kept in touch.

To the family of Carl Pinion, Crossroads Ford Quick Lane sends our condolences.

Carl was a wonderful man. He will be missed by so many. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Scott & Carol Carriker

Sorry for the your loss. Carl worked Winn Dixie in Statesville and would spend the night, we always went out to eat together.
We had some great times. Think about those times often. My prayers are with you.

Maw Maw me and Paw Paw

Paw Paw I love you and miss you more everyday. As I told you I will take care of your (baby doll) Maw Maw.

To the family of Carl Pinion, our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. Carl was indeed a friend and masonic brother to me and my family. He will be dearly missed. It was an honor to have known Carl.