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Monty Carlo
  • April 26, 1942
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  • November 26, 2013

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Obituary

Monty Wayne Carlo, 71, of Daytona Beach, FL, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 26, 2013, at his home.  Born in Plattsburgh, NY on April 26, 1942 to Charles and Catherine (Healey) Carlo, Monty lived most of his life in Plattsburgh.
In October, Monty celebrated 50 years with the Sheet Metal Workers Union Local 83.  He was an Army veteran, having served in Korea, and was a lifetime member of the American Legion Post 20.  
Since moving to Florida 12 years ago, Monty became a classic car collector, joined the Daytona Beach Street Rods and Volusia Region AACA, and volunteered regularly at regional car shows, including the annual Thanksgiving weekend Turkey Run at the Daytona International Speedway.  He also worked at the Speedway during the Sprint Nascar Cup Series. Monty was named 2012  “Senior Volunteer of the Year” at Champion Elementary School, where he donated his time effortlessly over the past several years, without having any connection to the school when he began.  Today, most students knew him by name.  In 2005 Monty was recognized as having walked the “5th Most Miles” in the Volusia Mall Walkers Club, socializing his way for over 1045 miles that year.  
Monty’s proudest accomplishments are his children, Monty Carlo, and his wife Mimi Exler of Pittsburgh, PA; Maureen Carlo of Plattsburgh, NY and Susann Carlo of Ukiah, CA, as well as his grandchildren Zoe and Sawyer Carlo, of Pittsburgh.  Monty is also survived by his brother Charlie Carlo and wife Sandy, of Plattsburgh, their sons Charlie, Chris and Jerry, his brother-in-law George Corkery of NJ, and his best friend of over 50 years, Doug Hale of Plattsburgh.  
In addition to his parents and sisters Linda Corkery and Bonnie Carlo, Monty was predeceased by his wife Carole Cobern Carlo, in 1964.
Monty loved to hit the road, and could often be found mingling backstage at a Bruce Springsteen show.  This summer he made his final cross country trip, driving to visit all of his children, family and favorite friends.  
Monty came alive in Florida, where helping others, sharing jokes, making new friends and introducing them to North Country Michigans were regular past times.  Our father was a giver, and gave us all so much.  RIP, Dad, we love you.




A tribute to Monty with family and friends will be held at the Emmaus Room, 114 Cornelia Street (beside St. Peter's Church) in Plattsburgh, NY, January 3, 2014 from 11am-1pm.  A 2nd celebration honoring Monty’s life in Florida will be held in Daytona Beach at the Colonial Colony South Clubhouse, 1475 Colonial Drive, January 7, 2014, from 5-7pm.  Hot rods and classic cars welcome!


Memorial donations may be made in Monty’s Honor to Champion Elementary School, 921 Tournament Drive, Daytona Beach, FL, 32124, Attn: Jacqueline Ouellette.











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  1. 13 Dec 2013
    Bruce Woodworth says:
    I didn't get to know Monty well enough or long enough, but he was one of the most personable people I have had the pleasure of meeting. His passing surprised and saddened us who knew him through the Daytona Beach Street Rods and East Coast Cruisers car clubs. Rest in Peace, Monty.