Robert E. Carr

In Loving Memory of

Robert E. Carr

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Robert E. Carr, 93, proud WWII veteran, passed away Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 5:05 p.m. at North Florida Regional Medical Center in Gainesville.  He was a native of White County, Indiana and was a real estate broker in Florida for many years.  He was a proud family man who was loved dearly by five generations of his family.

Survivors include his wife of 73 years Norma Carr, Bell, one son Pastor Jeff (Jodi) Carr, Rio Roncho, New Mexico; one daughter Lynne (Gus) Perfetto, High Springs; 3 granddaughters Gina (Bart) Geiger , High Springs; Chandra (Luis) Curbelo, Ellisville; Jessica (Mike) Whittet, Alburquerque, New Mexico; one grandson Robert Wozniak, San Antonio, Florida; 8 great grandchildren, 2 great-great-grandchildren.

A Celebration of Life service will be held on Monday, August 20, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Evans Carter Funeral Home in High Springs.

Arrangements under the care of Evans Carter Funeral Home, 386-454-2444.


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5 Responses

  1. Charles H Couey
    Charles H Couey at · Reply

    Mr. Carr leave behind many friends and family that loved him dearly. He
    was a man’s man. Mr. And Mrs. Carr gave to this World a gift only a few
    Dad’s and Mom’s have the honor of giving. That gift was a son who for nearly forty years has faithfully preached the Word of God.
    May all the family and friends find God’s grace sufficient for their need
    in this time of grief.

  2. Pete Camacho
    Pete Camacho at · Reply

    So sorry for your loss Pastor. You and your family will be in my prayers tonight Sir.
    God bless my friend

    Pete Camacho

  3. Paul Rogers
    Paul Rogers at · Reply

    A profound loss for the Carr family and to society as well. We are all in gratitude for Robert’s service to our country. Your family has assisted ours in times of grief and we offer our prayers as you experience grief and loss.

    A man’s good name is his best monument.
    – from an old churchyard at Lockerbie, Scotland

  4. Mary Ann Wunder
    Mary Ann Wunder at · Reply

    Perhaps the White County Panther scare will at last be at rest. One of my favorite cousins – and perhaps the only one I knew of his generation.

  5. Brian Carr
    Brian Carr at · Reply

    Uncle Bob was and always be an awesome man. Loved and cherished by all who knew him.

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