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Charles Carbery

Charles Stanton "Stan" Carbery

Tuesday, February 4th, 1930 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Obituary

Charles S. “Stan” Carbery, 90, passed into the hands of our Lord, May 18, 2020.
Born in upstate New York, Charlie, proved himself a hero many times during his lifetime. In his early years he worked to bring money home to help his father support their family. He continues his heroics during the Korean War in combat. He was awarded with not one, but two Purple Hearts, each time reporting back to duty to defend his country. He received other awards and rose to the rank of First Sargent of his Company and served with a battle field commission to Captain until his return home. Stan, as many close to him called him, was a born leader. Upon returning from the War he returned to Allied Chemical in Syracuse, retiring as an Executive. He worked as an executive in the area of Safety before moving to Buffalo to serve as a plant Manager for PVS Chemical. His heroics and leadership were not isolated to his work life. Building several of our family’s homes, he would remark that he liked to “work with his hands.” Although, his hard work brought him financial success, it didn’t change Stan. He was always available to help his family or provide words of encouragement. When some may comment that someone was working a minimum wage job, Stan would just comment that it was “good, honest work.” He was a loving father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle, friend, and foster father to 72 children. He was always available to offer great advice until tragedy struck in 2006 when he was subjected to a major stroke. This wonderfully talented man, a prolific reader, could no longer read or communicate well orally, he spent several years in Buffalo, New York, with his loving wife, before moving to Winchester, Virginia under the care of his loving daughter.
Charlie was preceded in death by Irene S. Carbery, his loving wife, who on May 12, 2020 would have celebrated their 69th anniversary; his two sons, Donald Carbery(Freida), and Joseph Carbery (Robin); brothers, John Carbery, Robert, Carbery, and Michael Carbery; and sisters, Sister Rose Alice and Sister Elizabeth Marie.
He is survived by his two daughters, Karen Trouesdale (Roger) and Mary Kolodziejczyk. His sister, Janet Carbery of Syracuse, New York; and sisters in law, Dorothy Fonza and Anne Clark. He has many grandchildren and great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

We hope those reading this short obituary will be gratified to know that it is possible for people of good character to succeed at life, remain kind and reach their goal of Heaven.
The family will receive friends on Thursday evening from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Jones Funeral Home in Winchester. Social distancing guidelines will be observed.
Stan will be interred in Greenlawn Cemetery in Warners, NY next to his loving wife.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Thursday, May 21st, 2020 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    When
    Thursday, May 21st, 2020 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Location
    Jones Funeral Home - Winchester
    Address
    228 S. Pleasant Valley Rd.
    WINCHESTER, VA 22601
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    Notes
    A prayer service will begin at 7 pm.

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Evonda Williamson

Posted at 11:40pm
Rest in Peace my dear friend,it was pleasure knowing you prayers to the family Evonda Williamson
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Anne Clark

Posted at 11:18am
Dear Family,
We share in your sadness at this difficult time. Uncle Stan was full of life and we considered it a Blessing to be able to spend time with him in Virginia during his last remaining years. We hold him in highest esteem and he will be missed beyond measure. May he rest in Heavenly Peace. With Heartfelt Sympathy, Dawn and Jim
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Anne Clark

Posted at 11:03am
Farewell my wonderful brother-in-law, Stash. You were our rock pillar in all our times of trial. Without you, our home would have never have been built. Through Blood, Sweat and Tears you rallied the family to help get that Country Home finished and the vision came to life. Your encouragement so helped my husband, Wayne and I meet life challenges with optimism and solutions. You brought all our family such joy. You will be so missed. All My Love and Blessings, your sister in-law, Annie Clark (Aunt Mae)

Roger Trouesdale

Posted at 07:17am
The Great Man has passed. In my humble opinion, Stan was a man’s man. He held strong opinions, but was gentle and kind as a counselor. He was always busy building a better future both at work and at home. He loved to work with his hands and was a great builder of homes. He could be a pragmatic decision maker, but always provided researched advice. If he didn’t know something he generally wouldn’t opine. He loved to travel, to see new places and people. He always had a story or a joke to share and everyone who met him was better off for the experience. He would share everything he had and was always available to help family. Dad took me under his wing and taught me many lessons including patience. Stan you are the best of men. Love you Dad.

Roger Trouesdale

Posted at 07:15am
The Great Man has passed. In my humble opinion, Stan was a man’s man. He held strong opinions, but was gentle and kind as a counselor. He was always busy building a better future both at work and at home. He loved to work with his hands and was a great builder of homes. He could be a pragmatic decision maker, but always provided researched advice. If he didn’t know something he generally wouldn’t opine. He loved to travel, to see new places and people. He always had a story or a joke to share and everyone who met him was better off for the experience. He would share everything he had and was always available to help family. Dad took me under his wing and thought me many lessons including patience. Stan you are the best of men. Love you Dad.
 
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Marada Delawder Posted at 07:42pm

RIP Charlie you are missed dearly by all.
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