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Louis A. Carhart

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LOUIS A. CARHART Lou, with son Ralph and daughter Glenda at his bedside, left with his angels on December 10, 2013; rejoining his father Albert, mother Elizabeth, stepfather Max Schumacher, sister Joyce and brother Donald. Born in Albany, New York September 4, 1925, Lou served in the US Coast Guard (1943-46) aboard the Pequot in the north Atlantic. After WWII he came to Los Angeles, California where he married Sybil in 1947 and helped raise his two children in a loving family. Lou obtained his real estate broker's license in 1956 and applied it to the creation of various partnerships and corporations to develop land and homes mostly in Grand Terrace. In 1962 Lou financed and managed the "Grand Terrace Suburbia Living" newspaper. In the 1970s Lou was a mortgage broker, brokered the sale of Glen Ivy Hot Springs, supported and served on the board of the Riverside Ballet, and began acquiring land in Mohave County, Arizona, where he moved some thirty years ago. Earlier this year Lou moved to Fair Oaks, California to be in the care of his son Ralph and wife Sherrie. Lou received wonderful care from the VA and hospice and passed peacefully, leaving two children, four grandchildren, five great grandchildren and two ex-wives. A true character, he will be greatly missed by family and friends. Burial Fri, December 20, 3pm at Montecito Memorial Park; memorial reception the following day, Sat, Dec. 21, 3pm at Riverside Ballet Arts ballroom, 3840 Lemon Street, Riverside.

Published in Press-Enterprise on Dec. 19, 2013
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