In loving memory of
Carl Eugene “Johnny Blaze Shocker” Brantley
  • November 17, 1963
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  • October 26, 2015

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Carl, 51, passed away October 26, 2015 at Halifax Hospice Care Center in Edgewater, FL. Carl served six years as a US Marine, graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and was a retired 30 year Air Traffic Controller. He is survived by his wife ZsaZsa (Kimberly), son Gregory (Chelsea) Race, daughter Samantha (Jamie) Sanabria, two lovely grandchildren Logan and Mila; his loving parents Harry Brantley, (a retired 32 year Navy Veteran) and Lois (loving mother), his siblings Chris (Marie) Brantley (a retired 26 year Navy Veteran), Pamela (Mathias) Margut and Rosemary Brantley. Also, many wonderful nieces and nephews, great nephews, friends and family.

There will be a Life Celebration at Beef O’Bradys US 1 in New Smyrna Beach 5:00 PM Sunday November 1, 2015.

Memorial donations may be made in Carl’s name to Disabled Veterans and St Jude’s Children’s Hospitals.



Service

Location:
Beef O'Brady's Restaurant
South Dixie Freeway New Smyrna Beach FL 32168

Date & Time:
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 PM


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  1. 31 Oct 2015
    Barbara Walton says:
    I worked with Carl at DAB for several years. He was always a stand-up guy, honest, forthright, and decent, cheerfully doing whatever was necessary to make it work. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to the Brantleys.

  2. 30 Oct 2015
    Karen Reid says:
    I had the privilege of working with Carl at both MLB and DAB ATCT. He was always professional, yet fun to work with. I am so sorry his well deserved retirement was cut so short. He will be missed.
    Our condolences to the Brantley family. Mike and Karen Reid

  3. 30 Oct 2015
    kim the barber says:
    So sorry for the loss of Carl. It was always a pleasure to see his smiling face walk into Pryors Barbershop!

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