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Charles William Cartwright

June 17th, 1937 - February 7th, 2011

CARTWRIGHT, Charles William, 73, of Tampa, Florida, passed away February 7, 2011. Charles was born June 17, 1937 in Memphis TN. He is survived by his sons, Boyd Cartwright, Bryan Cartwright and Randal Grisi, and three grandchildren. We will cherish his memory always.

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Jane Magill

Dear Boyd, Craig and families, I am sorry about the loss of your dad, which is always hard, but the circumstances make this especially difficult. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers and if you need anything, just call. I love you all, Aunt Jane

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Bill Clark

For the family, I am very sorry for your loss . . . . Billy was a good friend all through high school and we shared some fun times together . . . . although our paths parted later on, those memories live on. Bill Clark Hudson, FL

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Liz Hildenstein and Albert Brown

Our Deepest Sympathies to your families on the loss of your father, Billy. We have known him only a short time; 10 years or so.... but he was always a delight to be around. He will be missed by many friends. Sincerely, Liz Hildenstein and Albert Brown

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Lillian L. Smith

My very dear Boyd, Bryan and Grands...Your Dad/Granddad was a man raised by the most loving parents as you know. He was a very intelligent man and was so well liked during his high school and college days with many, many friends. The memories of his being a part of your lives and successes are good memories. I am so proud of you both and your accomplishments and those of your children. You are both amazing men with amazing families.We can all reflect and rejoice in that. Love Mom/Grams

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Joan Fannin Porter

My sincere condolences to the family. My thought and prayers are with you. Billy was always a wonderful friend to me.

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Rick Springstead

My sincerest condolences and prayers go to the Family of Charlie Cartwright. He worked for me for a long time as a driver. His friendhip was treasured and will be missed. God bless you, Rick Springstead

Published May 18th, 2024
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Hap and Bettie Karup

Please accept our sympathy in the loss of Billy whom I have known since Plant High School. The time we spent together will be remembered.

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Phyllis Lembo

Even at this late date, the news of Bill's death has saddened me and my/his son, Randy. Losing contact with someone is a loss in itself. Bill was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor and a beautiful smile. I will miss him more knowing he has left our earthly family. He has been in my thoughts very strongly lately and now I know why. Rest in peace and know you were loved.

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Larry Vincent

I am deeply saddened by the news of Billy's demise. We met at Plant High School and I really enjoyed being his buddy and doing all the things you do in school. After Plant, I sort of lost track of Billy but would run across him from time-to-time. I knew Billy's Father and Mother and knew them to be good parents. I will always remember Billy and all the good times we had in school. While I was practicing football, after class, Billy would borrow my car and then pick me up after practice. I will miss him and hope and pray he is at peace. His friend, Larry Vincent.

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