Carl W Burkhart, Jr (December 01, 1951 - September 21, 2009)

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Carl W Burkhart, Jr
  • December 01, 1951
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  • September 21, 2009

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Carl W Burkhart, Jr, 57, Edgewater FL died Monday, September 21, 2009. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 30 years Sue, a son Brandon Charles Burkhart of Edgewater, father Carl, Sr, sister Debbie Rosenberg, brother Kevin all of Pittsburgh and his two beloved pups Domino and Roxy. Carl was baptised June 2007 as one of Jehovah's Witnesses. Impaired by a wheelchair, and legally blind, still  now enjoyed, fellowship, field service, attended 5 meetings weekly  by conference calls.   Attended our recent Assembly  in Kissimmee, Fl  and past Sunday meeting.   He will be missed by fellow brother and sisters. He is and will continue to be  an encouragement & example  to us all by his dedication to his faith in Jehovah God.  Carl was born in Pittsburgh, PA and came to Edgewater FL in 1985. He received his Bachelors Degree in Journalism from Point Park in Pittsburgh. He served as Media Coordinator at Hunt Library at Embry Riddle University for the past 13 years. During his tenure at ERAU he received the Innovation Award from the University. Some of his many interests include his love for music and films. He played rhythm guitar for the band Eternity for the past 20 years. He also produced the film “Lifeless”. In addition to being an avid movie buff, he enjoyed stamp collecting and video production. Voluntary donations are accepted at any local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness’. Services are planned for next week at Kingdom Hall Edgewater. Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach FL 32169 is in charge of cremation arrangements.

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  1. Yoli Brackman says:
    28 Sep 2009
    Dear Susie and Bran, We were all so sorry to hear of the loss of someone so especially dear to both of you. He demonstrated his profound love and kindness as only Carl could have to the two most important people in his life and that was you. I am always going to remember his gracious smile and how our conversations at your home brought laughter. Those will always be fond memories to cherish. Your comfort will be found in so many precious memories that you all made together. God bless both of you. In Heartfelt Sympathy, Yoli & Family

  2. Elizabeth Brackman says:
    25 Sep 2009
    Our prayers are with all of you. Uncle Carl will surely be missed.

  3. Kevin, Lois, and Sarah Burkhart says:
    23 Sep 2009
    We know that Carl is at peace now, although we miss him terribly. He was a fighter every step of the way. He will be dearly missed by all of us, but we know he is in a better place.

  4. Dick Waddell says:
    23 Sep 2009
    I am so sorry to hear of Carl's passing but believe in my heart that he is in a truly better place and smiling down on you and Brandon. It was a pleasure knowing and working with him and I wish only the best for you and your family. Your faith will get you through this difficult time will comfort you when times are rough. If I can do anything please let me know.
    Dick and Patty Waddell

  5. Denise Will says:
    22 Sep 2009
    Sue and family:

    I was saddened to learn of Carl's passing. I thoroughly enjoyed our brief time together... sharing a beer and a laugh. He'll be missed. May your memories, friends and family sustain you during this difficult time.

    Denise & Robert

  6. Marie Gibson says:
    22 Sep 2009
    Carl and Sue were always a 'team' - what a special relationship, one to cherish always. Now Carl has moved on, I'm sure he's with the angels and with their help will continue to assist and comfort Sue at this very sad time. My prayers and Jim's also are sent to Sue, to comfort her. Carl will be missed by us all.

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