In Memory

Karl Kristiansen



 
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12/23/13 10:45 AM #1    

Linda Dias (Caulkins)

So  sorry to hear of Karl's passing.  Remember that he always had a smile and always had a story.

please take a moment to check out his personal website http://karlskorner.org/  He will always be watching over his family 

thank you for your service, you now at peace.


12/23/13 06:10 PM #2    

David Pacheco

I remember the good times with Karl at Roosevelt. He was very likable and friendly to all.  Rest in Peace my friend. 
 


12/23/13 10:43 PM #3    

Raymond Ferreira

Words cannot express the sorrow I feel for my NBHS friend.  He was very funny, always had a smile and a kind word for everyone.  Karl was one of a kind and he will be missed by all who knew him.  RIP Karl.


12/24/13 11:06 AM #4    

James Casey

May God Bless and Keep you in his embrace...your friendship, service to country and love of family and friends are irreplaceable losses to all who knew and loved you...too young and too soon. You will always be in our hearts, minds and spirits. Rest in Peace. Amen    Jim Casey   ♥


12/24/13 05:43 PM #5    

Diane Lawrence

 Young And Old   

When all the world is young, lad,

   And all the trees are green;

And every goose a swan, lad,

   And every lass a queen;

Then hey for boot and horse, lad,

   And round the world away;

Young blood must have its course, lad,

   And every dog his day.

 

When all the world is old, lad,

   And all the trees are brown;

And all the sport is stale, lad,

   And all the wheels run down;

Come home, and take your place there,

   The spent and aged among:

God grant you find one face there,

   You knew when all was young.    By Charles Kingsley


12/28/13 03:06 PM #6    

Maria de Melo (Gulla)

Rest in Peace, Karl.  

You will be missed.  I enjoyed your gentle humor and wide range of interests and enjoyed seeing you at our 45th reunion party.  We appreciated your contributions to our website in terms of several posts and giving us feedback from time to time.  Your friendship extended to Facebook and I was thankful that you helped me navigate the system and avoid all those Apps invitations as well as discussion on movies.  Also you were a parrothead and I'll miss your Jimmy updates and talking about the concerts.    My condolences to your family.
 


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