Carlton D. McCrindle

/Carlton D. McCrindle
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Carlton D.
McCrindle

Date of Service:

McCrindle, Carlton D.
of West Allis. Called home to his heavenly home on Sat. Aug. 3,2002 at the age of 78 years. Loving husband of Elizabeth M. nee Keeser. Proud father of Kevin Beth and Kathleen Thomas MacDonald. Grandfather of of Megan, Katie and Colin McCrindle and Andrew and Brenna MacDonald. Also survived by a brother David Jackie McCrindle. Carl served in the Navy during WWII and the Korean Conflict and was former vice president of sales for Vilter Mfg. for whom he worked for 34 years. Carl was an active member at his former church Oklahoma Ave Lutheran and his present church Hales Corners Lutheran Church, a member of the Navy League and a charter member of the West Allis Woodworkers Club. A Memorial service will be held on Thurs Aug. 8,2002 7pm at HALES CORNERS LUTHERAN CHURCH 12300 W. Janesville Road. Carls family will receive visitors Thurs from 4pm until the time of service 7pm. A special thank you to Dr.Andrew Norton, the 8th floor at Froedtert Hospital and the Milwaukee Hosice Residence. If so desired, memorials to Hales Corners Lutheran Church or to the Milwaukee Hospice Home Care and Residence 4067 North 92nd Street Wauwatosa, WI 53222 greatly appreciated.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME
Gillette Johnson, Johnson and Reiss Chapel
414 761-2750
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Past Comments

Please correct the spelling of the Loving Lovind Betty

Wally Greer

I worked with Carl at Vilter and he persuaded me to take the Vilter Dist. for Nashville. All I am today was because of Carl. He was a gentleman and a man of his word. I will miss him as I know you will. I just lost my mother July 17th , so I know what you are going through. May God bless each and every one of you and guide and comfort you in your time of need. Carl will never really be gone as long as we remember him and I can never forgit my friend!

Glen & Sandy Schrot

The thoughts and prayers of us are with the entire Mc Crindle family. Carlton was a fine man and businessman. He interviewed me Glen and gave me my first job, at Vilter, out of engineering school. We have fond memories of him, from the many years we knew Carl “Old Dad”.
Sincerely,
Glen & Sandy Schrot

Charmene Braxel

It was truly a pleasure to have worked with Carl at Vilter. He was a very special man, and will be remembered fondly. My prayers are with you.

Pete and DoJean Patrick

Bette we were so sorry to hear about Mac. We will always remember him as a gentle man who loved his Lord and his family. Our prayers are with you and the family.

Bill Wellerritter

My condolences to Betty and the family.

While it has been many years since Carl and I worked together at Vilter, I have many fond memories of him.

I missed him greatly when he left Vilter – he was a positive influence on everyone.

Robert Abricki

Our condolences to the McCrindle family. Mac was more to me than a friend. I enjoyed playing golf with him and getting good advise from your OLD DAD.

Chris Maar

While I only met Carl once at Kevin’s surprise 40th birthday party, I have worked for Kevin for 17 years. It is obvious from the kind of man that Kevin is that his father instilled great values and morals upon him. What a wonderful legacy for Carl to leave. My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family.

Marilyn R. Young

My sincere condolences to you and your family. While I did not have the pleasure of meeting Mr. McCrindle, I understand that he was a fine Christian man.

Robert Fink

My sincere condolences to Carlton’s family. He will be missed by all who knew him. It was an honor to serve with him as an usher at Hales Corners Lutheran. Please take comfort by knowing that he has been called home to join his Heavenly Father.

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