Charles H. CARMAN

Tonawanda, New York



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Charles CARMAN passed away in City Of Tonawanda, New York. Funeral Home Services for Charles are being provided by John O. Roth Funeral Home, Inc.. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on July 27, 2016.

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Words cannot express my sadness upon getting the news today that my dear friend Chuck Carman died last year. Art History was the link between us, and we spent many weeks, days, and hours visiting favourite haunts in Rome and Firenze. Ciao bello! Non ti scordero' giammai. Deepest sympathy for the family's loss.

My deepest sympathy to the family of Professor Carman
I worked with him for many years as a colleague in the Department of Art. He was a wonderful kind man and will be missed by many

I knew Chuck when I worked for the Art History program at UB. He was a kind soul who left a positive imprint with all who knew him. May God be good to him.

To all Chuck's family and friends, I express my sincere condolences. To Erin, Moira and Devin, know that, like the art your Father appreciated our memories of him and his deeds will live on. Requiescat in pace.

Professor Carman was my instructor for a number of art history courses at University at Buffalo, his passion and knowledge in art and humanity studies has always been an inspiration to me.

I'm privilege to have been inspired by Professor Carman's teachings and blessed to have known him in person. I'm deeply saddened to learn that he has passed. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.

Professor Charles Carman was my instructor during my Graduate Studies at UB. I had the pleasure of working with him as a Teaching Assistant, and he guided me through my Minor Field exam in Italian Renaissance Art. I was fortunate to learn from him. Not only did he teach me how to appreciate Italian Renaissance Art, but he also taught me to appreciate Prosecco! I am grateful for all his academic and professional recommendations which helped me earn various positions in the field. I am...

Erin - You remain in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time of loss. May you experience some peace within the joyful memories you hold dear.

We read of Chuck and realize a full and meaningful life transpired in his time.

He fully immersed himself in Renaissance Art and has been able to transmit his learning and passion to generations of students.

Godspeed chum you did your best and the world is a better place for it.

Amman, Jordan (Mosaic Tile Chair)

Professor Charles Carman was my Art History professor for my undergraduate and graduate degree in Art History at SUNY/Buffalo. (I earned an A in his classes.)

His presentation of Art historical works were ever so inspiring and fascinating.

He left quite an impact on my life's journeys:

He would write detailed, thoughtful, responses on my papers. He once wrote, "You have a unique, bright, new angle." I chose him as my masters thesis advisor.