Robert F. Carmack
Carmack, Robert F., 85, passed away on March 1, 2010 at his home in Fountain Valley. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, Bob served three years in the United States Army, 1st Cavalry Division, during World War II. He was awarded numerous medals and citations, including two Bronze Stars, for combat in the Philippines and Pacific Theatre. He has been a resident of Fountain Valley since 1968. He worked 21 years as a chemical engineer for CalComp, retiring in 1989. He is survived by his wife of over 61 years, Doris Carmack; 8 children, Sandra (Ron) Cooke of Parker, AZ; Harry (Debbie) of Newport Beach, George (Cindy) of Murietta; Shirley (Mark) Swenson of Coto de Caza, Karen of Irvine, Betty McClelland of Aliso Viejo, Vickie (Mike) Warren of Denver, CO., and Bill (Becky) of Huntington Beach; 19 grandchildren, John, Bob, Pleasance, Dave, Alyssa, Doug, Sarah, Mindy, Matt, Daniel, Amy, Beth, Kristina, Kim, Holly, Scott, Rachel, Jake, and Kyle, and 8 great-grandchildren; Andrew, Blaine, Bryce, Hannah, Colt, Faith, Sean, and Lilly. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 12:00 p.m. at the Crystal Cathedral Tower of Hope Chapel in the Sky, Garden Grove, CA, with reception immediately following. In lieu of flowers, friends may make contributions to the Veterans of Foreign Wars: VFW Fountain Valley Post 9557, c/o Cmdr. Tony Romano, 17655 Oak Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708.

Published by Orange County Register on Mar. 5, 2010.
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Uncle Bob was always a little larger than life in my mind. When around him, even when I was young, I had the impression he was aware of things that most weren't and, having heard Harry's eulogy, I now understand why. He projected a sense of security, knowing the unknown. He gave without wanting in return. He always had that twinkle in his eye. I knew him...but wish I had known him better. He left one heck of a legacy.
Craig Wheaton
March 11, 2010
I never met Grandpa but one thing I have always known about him: He was/is adored by his grandchildren...and that is a Loving Legacy all its own. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. We love you and feel we have indeed known Grandpa as we have been so tenderly loved by each one of you Swensons! OX, Dawn, Kevin, and Isabella Montgomery
Dawn Montgomery
March 10, 2010
What a wonderful man. He and Doris have raised eight great kids that are successful, loving people with good families. That is quite a legacy. I'm so happy that my sister married into his family.
Our prayers are with you all.
Don and Karen Moore
March 5, 2010
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