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Carl Shepherd

Evansville, Indiana

Apr 3, 1948 – Apr 27, 2017 (Age 69)

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Carl Edward ShepherdEvansville, Ind.Carl Edward Shepherd, 69, of Evansville, passed away on Thursday, April 27, 2017, while on a cruise with his wife in the Bahamas. Carl, born on April 3, 1948, in Lafayette, Ind., was the first child of Charles Vernon and Olive (Booker) Shepherd, of Remington,...

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Its hard to believe youve been gone almost two years now! I still miss and think about you a lot. I hope youre doing well in Heaven!

Brother Phil & Amy,
So sorry to see Carl's passing. He was one of the good guys in this world and will be missed by many who knew him.
Sincerest condolences,
Dane & Linda Davis

Carl is remembered as a soft spoken classmate at Twin Lakes...I got to visit with him at the 50th class reunion this past summer... same good old Carl....he will be missed by many

Carl was my first new friend on the Society. What stands out to me is how easily he could make a friend. I was always delighted to see him because to chat with him was to feel his cheery nature. He had a rare quality to him,: kindness glowed around him. I will surely miss him.

So sorry to hear of Carl's passing. He was a great HomeBuilder friend thru the years. Our thoughts and prayers to the family.
Jud & Nancy Motsenbocker, Muncie

I met Carl in 1987 when I came to apply for his secretarial job. I started that very same day and it was the beginning of a wonderful friend/coworker relationship.
This man did many wonderful things for me over the years. Some I can never repay! He never yelled or got mad at me for anything. We corrected each other's mistakes! We depended on each other. He knew he could trust me with anything.
I went thru the loss of Kathy and Shirley with him and shared in the joy of his...

Maureen, Carl was a good friend. Peace be with you.

I knew Carl professionally as a home inspector and as an advocate for services & supports for veterans as a proponent for a fly fishing program for veterans.
I also knew him as the spouse of my friend and former co-worker, Maureen, at FTIA. Carl always had a quick "hello" and a warm smile for me.
He was a "gentle man" who will be missed. My deepest sympathies to his family.
Peace.

Maureen, so sad to hear about Carl's passing. I had the pleasure working with him at least 10 year at the Indiana Builders Association. He was a kind and honest man who was loved and respected by many people. He will surely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.