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  6. My family & I had the fantastic fortune to be Carl’s (& Susan’s) next door neighbor for the past 23 years. We had front row seats to help, kindness, favors, lectures, help, fun, gardening, GUIDANCE, grumpiness (once in a blue moon), house/pet sitting, direct-matter-of-fact perspectives, cooking, SUPPORT, love and of course, more help. We learned right away, that Carl had knowledge and experience in many areas and found ourselves leaning on him frequently. Whether it was guidance on home projects, house sitting for us, listening to any of us who would bend his ear out in the yard (Front or backyard) to calm our anxieties or just run an errand, he always selfless and we all gravitated to him as the Uncle we didn’t have. Over the years, we developed as closeness that allowed both of us to enter each others houses with a gentle knock and “hey” before entering to share news or ask for something. He always left his backdoor unlocked and always shared that we could come in and borrow anything (who does that these days). From time to time, he came to our kid’s basketball, lacrosse and volleyball games to show support and pass the time. He couldn’t help but care for all of us (and everyone he bumped into). Of course, he had his views on life and shared those if asked or poked but he was never overbearing. He was so comfortable in his own skin and never had to be the center of attention or require anything (an amazing trait of maturity and individuality). One of his best traits that I’ve tried to absorb as much as possible was he had strong opinions and convictions but didn’t judge. He would watch me do a home project, offer a suggestion (if I asked) but never judged me based on how I did it. He was there to pick up the pieces when things when wrong and always a pat on the back when things went right. He gave us all space and respected that space but unconditionally was there whenever anything was needed (again without judgement, complaint or criticism). It was just uncanny how he didn’t hover or overmanage yet was always (invisibly) the guy to lend a hand or emotional support when it was needed most. I loved the opportunity to go next door and never be judged regardless of the situation . We sat in his backyard chairs if we both needed a break from yard work drinking a cold beer talking about the meaning of life OR we’d sit in the front yard chairs sipping bourbon where he was usually helping me with the trials/tribulations that life can sometimes challenge us all with. He shared experiences from his own life or from others that he had learned from. We’d talk about his days at Ohio State (definitely educated at a high level – yet not many people were aware of this). Mostly, he was that “Uncle” that could untangle life and breakdown scenarios for others to see a path forward without having to be in your face about offering advice or suggestions. It was almost a jedi-mind trick on how he could help without helping but I know I always left those chairs – heading home – with a bit of relief or a small bounce in my step as I re-entered my world. It was great to watch his passion of gardening brighten the backyard next door. Always out there, year after year after year after year working, putzing, clipping, trimming, planting, building and doing whatever was needed in his amazing gardens. People would come over just to walk thru and see his work and the beauty that evolved. Many, many neighbors would receive vegetables or plants even without asking as Carl was constantly delivering items to those all around OR he would just invite you to come in and “pick” whatever and as much as you’d like. I know he enjoyed watching others enjoy/benefit from his passion YET he never needed their compliments or accolades, he did what he did for his own passion.He was also creative in the kitchen. Neighbors would often receive one of his “batches” he would make whether it was baking cookies or peanut brittle …etc or making extra chicken noodle soups in the colder months. I frequently wished I could cook like he could as everything he touched in the kitchen seemed to be delicious and he thoroughly enjoyed the art of creating food for himself and others to enjoy. There are so many more items I would capture and share like his time with Susan, his love/thoughts for his children, his friends at Rexall, his guidance counselor work with the County and of course his devotion to Paddi and Lucy (his dogs) but I’d be writing for years. I know I speak for my entire family when I count my blessing for Carl and Susan being next to us for the past 23 years helping us grow / mold our family (& ourselves). He was right out of the movies when you think of the definition of the perfect neighbor that you want next door. We are thankful beyond belief for them being great support structures and mental relief valves more times than they can count or ever know. My simple words can never come close to capturing the essence of Carl and the impact he made on me.Mr. Carl, we will not forget you as a member of our family and an integral part of our lives. You’ve left an indelible mark on me (and I’m sure so many others). I look next door these days and tear up when thinking about no garden, no guidance sessions, no bourbon or great debates on the latest news or challenges in the world AND wonder HOW I fill your void of learning/sharing more about life but then remember to be appreciative and thankful for ALL the time we had with you. I’m very sad (as many people are) that there are no more discussions/debates/projects/breakfasts or moments to enjoy with each other HOWEVER (similar to other impactful people), I will try to carry on your best traits and share them with others in honor of our time together.I hope & pray (similar to other families members) that we have the opportunity to meet again in the future and enjoy each other’s company. We were truly blessed to land next to you.Until then, Love you and Thank you for EVERYTHING.– The Eckards

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