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Carlton S. Wisheart, Sr.

Born: Tue., Nov. 16, 1926
Died: Mon., Sep. 3, 2012

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Rome- Carlton S. Wisheart, Sr. 85, of Rome passed away on Monday September 3, 2012.  He was born on November 16, 1926 in Rome, NY the son of John and Anna Russell Wisheart.  Carlton was an Army veteran of WWII.  He was employed as a warehouseman with Ramsey Distruibution Company of Syracuse for many years. Carlton was a member of the Teamsters Union # 317 in Syracuse. He was a life member of the StanwixVeterans and Men’s Club and the Rome VFW Post # 2246.
     Carlton is survived by two sons, Carl S. Jr. and Linda Wisheart of Blossvale and John and Helen Wisheart of Stittville; five grandchildren; nine great grandchildren.  He was pre-deceased by a sister Mary Wright and two grandsons Christopher and John Wisheart.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.  Burial will be in McConnellsville Cemetery under the direction of LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc., Camden, NY.  There will be no calling hours.  

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Teri Smith, LPN Rome Center
   Posted Wed September 05, 2012
I will miss my daily visits with my Dear Friend, Carlton. He was a joy to know, I will miss his stories and hearing him say "Ok, Darlin". He always saw me off at the end of my day and was there to greet me at the start. He did love his family, as he expressed that to me often. He worried about his daughter in law and laughed about his grandaughter smashing his car. He said he would only be hurt over his car if she had been hurt! He would sit with me in my office many mornings, and give me valuable life lessons just thru his stories and what he would have done different. His eyes told a story and I am glad he found the time for me. The last thing I said to him was I love you, and if you leave this earth, I will look for you later. He said, "Are you sure?" I said I was quite sure and he said OK. I am sad for me, but not for him as he is enjoying his new life with peace and happiness. And yes, I will look for him later and thank him for being there for me each day! All of Carltons Family is in my prayers. Teri

Kim (Hammond) Elliott
   Posted Wed September 05, 2012
I'm sorry for your loss, we have not seen each other in along time but i have childhood memories of the family and often think of all of you. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Kim

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