遠く離れて すぐに家族に会えない環境で 私達を養ってくれている主人・・・。
大丈夫？といって ハグしかしてあげられない。 無念です。
主人が 天国の父に 宛てた手紙。
God Has Called Him Home
This Man Was a Husband.
He showed his commitment to this sacred institution by honoring the vows he spoke more than forty years prior when he took his wife to have and to hold;
for better and for worse (he loved his wife of many years although they didn’t always
agree on things, along with the arguments was plenty of love. He was never one to miss
their anniversary, Valentine’s Day or her birthday. I know he was grateful to have such a
wonderful lady to spend so long a time with)
for richer or poorer (there were times of riches as well as times of financial hardship, they
worked things out together and when the going got tough he kept on)
in sickness and in health (the two took care of each other whenever either needed
to love (check)
For these fine qualities that made this man a husband, God Has Called Him Home.
This Man Was a Father
He loved his children and tried his best to provide all he could for them. He spent many years working jobs at all sorts of hours; sometimes days, sometimes swings, sometimes graveyard all to provide for his family. He sacrificed buying himself thing, going places and doing things in order that his children could have experiences that perhaps he couldn’t growing up. He was an adviser, protector, provider, entertainer, driver and supporter. He was Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny even the Tooth Fairy if the occasion called for it. Never did one of these events pass without a visit. He loved his children through all their accomplishments and hardships. He loved them from birth, through childhood, into adolescence and beyond into adulthood. He loved their families, his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was the rememberer of birthdays and always had a card ready. His loved showed in the collection of pictures he kept on the wall by his bed. His family grew and grew and so did his love.
For these fine qualities that made this man a father, God Has Called Him Home
This Man Was a Friend/an Uncle
Whether it was talking baseball or football or sitting down to play cards he was there. With his offbeat humor and strange songs he gave life to any environment that he found himself in. He would open his house to them for holidays or visit theirs; spending time with them at Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. In so doing he shared his most prized possession his family with those friends he felt a special closeness with. He opened his house to relatives in their time of need. He provided a place where they could live while they got on their feet. He was patient and a good listener.
For these fine qualities that made this man a friend/uncle, God Has Called Him Home.
This Man Was a Brother and a Son
The home situation this man was brought up in made him a special kind of son. He had to pick up the slack his parents left to become more than a brother to his two sisters. His efforts, to keep relations with his sisters and protect them to the best of his abilities when times got hard and parents disappeared is truly inspiring. As a dutiful son that never got the “well done” from his parents that so many of us crave, he gave so much. Whenever he would talk with his sisters about that time growing up he would relive those difficult times and they would all feel comforted to have come so far in life from where they started.
For these fine qualities that made this man a brother and a son, God Has Called Him Home
None of us know what the Creator’s grand scheme is but on June 5th he had need of this man, this husband, this father, friend, uncle, brother, son. He realizes that calling him home will bring pain and sorrow to many but it must be balanced by the joy and happiness he will bring to the Great Plan the Lord has worked out in all His fine wisdom. The Lord knew all of Carl George Carlucci’s special qualities and has secured him a special place in heaven. He has a new job and a new purpose that he, and only he, could fill and so, God Has Called Him Home.
My heart goes out to his widow, his children (grand and great grand), relatives, and many friends. Know that he is in a better place. Cry for your loss but also rejoice for he is with the Lord.