Dan Carpenter

Profile Updated: February 9, 2009
Residing In: marquette, MI USA
Spouse/Partner: Barbara
Occupation: REtired
Children: Son- Daniel Adam
Daughter- Anne Elizabeth Carpenter Ohman
Five Grand Children
Military Service: Coast Guard
Yes! Attending Reunion

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Jan 11, 2019 at 4:33 AM
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Dan Carpenter has left an In Memory comment for Bill Fred Randolph.
Aug 31, 2017 at 8:33 AM

R I P Bill. Haven't seen Bill since our wedding days. Bill lived in Hartwell(Valley Dale) and we along  with Dick Brown, David DeBoard, and Bob Wiggelsworth played a heck of a lot of Basketball on the courts at Hartwell Park. I remember one of Bills hijincks predriving days when he and Dick sneaked his fathers car out of the driveway and preceded to cruise the Hamburger drive ins where the older guys would hang out. Needless to say thay got caught and I remember Bills Dad sayting he wouldn't drive till he was 21. At 17 he got a snazzy red and white Ford convertable. I remember trying out for the Baseball team my senior year and couldn't hit Bills curve ball in batting practice.. So much for my career in Baseball. Go in peace Bill, one of the ggod people in this world.

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Aug 13, 2016 at 2:33 PM
Dan Carpenter has left an In Memory comment for James Carl Fred Melter.
Jul 13, 2016 at 12:33 PM

I remember Jim well as a member of choir and ensamble, particularly our senior year. Lots of fun anad laughs.  Jim had a great sense of humor and found the best in some not so good situations.  I can believe that he would be a great minister as well as father and grandfather. Rest In Peace Jim.

Dan Carpenter has left an In Memory comment for Larry Cornett.
Jul 04, 2016 at 4:33 PM

So sorry to hear about Larry passing.  Moose was a good friend, a good footballer and basketball player.  A lot of what was accomplished on the gridiron was due to Moose blocking on the right side and Steve Clause (RIP Steve) blocking on the left. At the last reunion Moose told me the story about being raised in Pitts as a youngster prior to coming to Cincy, which is why he returned there after the service.  He and Jim Braunstein(RIP JIM) enlisted together and Moose said that after they arrived at basic training he never saw Jim again and still felt bad about that when we were talking.  I know he had really bad diabetes and had to leave the reunion due to a reaction of some kind.  RIP Moose you were a good friend and had my back on the football field.

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Dan Carpenter has left an In Memory comment for Max Edward Coyle.
Feb 26, 2015 at 12:33 PM

I have to agree with Sally's comments about Coach Coyle.  I have many fond memories of all the things we did in Gym class with the Coach.  After I retired I substitue taught in the middle school for about 9 years, lots of fun.  But the most fun was teaching the gym classes how to play "stael the bacon".  Watching these middle schoolers take to the game brought back lots of fun thoughts about the Hartwell days.Rip Coach.  You touched a lot of lives in a most positive way.

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