Verver, Carlos S.

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Carlos Samuel Verver of Irving, TX passed away quietly and peacefully on Friday, January 20, 2017 due to complications of Parkinson’s disease and dementia.

Carlos was born June 21, 1942 in Alice, TX to parents Gumaro and Margarita (Anguiano) Verver.  He graduated from Irving High School in 1962 and worked hard for over 40 years at Massey Ferguson/AGCO in a warehouse in Dallas.  He had been a prominent member of Kirkwood United Methodist Church in Irving and performed several times in the church’s presentation of “The Last Supper”.  A loving and devoted father, Carlos did his best to raise his three children as a divorced single father.  He welcomed all who approached him, was a dad to the friends of his children, and grandfather to those who needed one.

Carlos is survived by his children Temi and Gary Russell of Irvine, CA; Craig and Kimberly Verver of Bothell, WA; and Kevin and Kristy Verver of Dallas, TX.  He also leaves behind several grandchildren by birth, marriage, or otherwise (Kari, Marissa, Makayla, Richard, Steven, Rosa, Brianna, Alysen, Jazlene, Zoe, and Madison).  Survivors also include his brother and sister-in-law David and Carolyn Verver, brother Danny Verver, sister Nina Carelock, and countless cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Carlos is preceded in death by his parents, brother Samuel, and brother Elionel.

Services are still pending.  When they are finalized, notification will be made via social media outlets.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in his honor to Parkinson’s research and assistance at The Michael J. Fox Foundation at https://www.michaeljfox.org/.

11 replies on “Verver, Carlos S.”

Priscilla Cruz-Aedo Hill says:

So sorry to hear of Carlos’s death. Our symphathy and prayers to the family. There are so many wonderful memories of all our Verver family gatherings.

Xavier Verver says:

Our deepest prayers to you and your family.

Kimberly Verver Weiner says:

Uncle Carlos was a loving and gentle soul and almost always had a smile on his face or a joke to tell. Many of my fondest childhood memories are times spent with the Verver family. He will be sorely missed.

David Verver says:

I will miss you very much now.

Larry Verver says:

Deepest condolences for the family and loved ones.

Carolyn Verver says:

My heart go out to each of you, Temi Sue, Kevin & Craig. We will miss going by to see Carlos when we are in the area. Love and prayers for all.

Tami Lane says:

I am so sorry to hear about Carlos. I met him at Kirkwood UMC and came to know him through The Tableu. He was a very special person. Always a smiling face and kind words

Sudie Knox McCoy says:

Carlos was a devoted Christian. He had been a friend since we were in the 4th grade. It will be good news for his family to know he is free from pain and flying with the angels in heaven.

Temi says:

Daddy,
I miss you.
Me

CHARLIE MCCURDY says:

I knew Carlos in the early 70’s, we worked together and became friends. He was my elder by 12 years so also served as a mentor. Carlos was absolutely one of the finest, funniest and kindest human beings I’ve ever met. I am sorry to learn of his passing.
My condolences to all he left behind.
Mac

Verne Lehmberg says:

I knew Carlos as a boy scout, troop 184 Irving Methodist church. I knew him to be a good scout, friendly to all. I though of him when I ran across an old boy scout ax, perhaps his, that I ended up with and kept with other old stuff, unpacked a few days ago after 64 years storage. I thought I’d contact him, and am sorry to hear he is late and I am too late. Condolences to the family.

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