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“May you once again be called to be reunited with Aunt Evelyn, as I know you surely missed her. May God bless both of you , and ease the pain of those...Read More »
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“What a kind man who always had such a positive attitude, a love of God, and love for his family and friends. Safe journey home Carl. ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Carol Clarke

“Thank you, Carl, for being a part of my family's life. Life Church is certainly missing you! ”
3 of 6 | Posted by: Billie & Monica Hall & Family

“May God be with you Carl, on this your next journey. ”
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“My Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Sending my Deepest Heartfelt Sympathy! I am so sorry that I can't get up for his services. ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Dee(Dora) Vadimsky

“Proverbs 15:30The light in the eyes (of him whose heart is joyful) rejoices the heart of others...Thank you, Carl, for being the best of friends! ”
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Carl G. Hohloch, 90 of East Hartland, entered into God's kingdom while surrounded by his family at St. Francis Hospital on June 5, 2015 and was finally reunited with his beloved wife Evelyn Mae (Xander) Hohloch, who preceded him in death in 2005. This incredible father, grandfather, and friend lives on in the hearts of his three daughters, Linda Sullivan and her husband Larry of Southbridge, MA, Cheryl J. Reme and her husband Bob of East Hartland, and Lisa Miller and her husband Norman of Unionville and his seven adored grandchildren, Michael Sullivan, Julie Martinez and her husband Joe, Megan Reme, Jessica Reme, David Reme, Marie Miller, and Ashley Miller. Carl was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on November 18, 1924, son of the late Carl Hohloch and Esther (Schwab) Hohloch, and came to Connecticut in the mid fifties for employment opportunities with Pratt & Whitney. Carl was drafted into the military while still in high school and honorably served for two years in the US Army during World War II. He was sent to Central Europe and served in campaigns in both Italy and the Rhineland. Carl was proud of his service and in later years often spoke of this time in his life. This recent Memorial Day Carl was thrilled to participate in the annual parade in East Hartland riding in a 1956 blue and white Chevy smiling and waving to his friends and neighbors. Carl was mechanically inclined and enjoyed using his hands to repair cars, remodel his home and the homes of his family, and everything from whittling wood to solving puzzles and painting. He was a bright individual who needed little instruction to fix almost anything of which he attempted to repair. Carl had a strong faith in God and was a founding member of Living Hope Assembly of God Church in Southwick, MA. He also attended Bethany Lutheran Church with his family and greatly enjoyed the friendships he established within both congregations. The love Carl had for his wife Evelyn cannot be described in words and not a day has passed that he didn't think of her and look forward to seeing her again. Carl was an active Grandpa who vacationed with his grandchildren and loved seeing them discover the world and learn new things. He is forever loved and cherished and will never be forgotten. Funeral services will be held at Bethany Lutheran Brethren Church, 116 Walnut Hill Rd., East Hartland on Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 10 a.m. with burial following in East Hartland Cemetery. His family will receive friends on Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Hayes-Huling & Carmon Funeral Home, 364 Salmon Brook St. in Granby. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to Living Hope Assembly of God Church, 267 College Highway, Southwick, MA 01077 and Bethany Lutheran Brethren Church, 116 Walnut Hill Rd, East Hartland, CT 06027.