Benjamin F. Carey

June 26, 1930 - February 3, 2014
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Benjamin F. Carey, 83, of Newark, DE, passed away at his home on February 3, 2014 surrounded by his family. Born in Old Forge, PA on June 26 1930, Ben was the son of the late Benjamin and Lavinia Brown Carey. He served in the Army during the Korean War and retired from General MotorsContinue Reading

Esther Lavinia (McCamley) Gartner left a message on March 15, 2014:
I did not know Ben but wish I would have had more time to get to know him and the rest of the Carey/McCamley family. I barely knew my father, Gilbert, and Aunt Alice. It would have been great to talk with Ben and the other aunts and uncles before they passed. Perhaps I can learn more about them from my cousins. Please let me know if anyone is willing to share family memories with me. May the peace and love of God be with the family during this difficult time!
Toshya (Riker) Noonan left a message on February 6, 2014:
I am so saddened to hear about the loss of Uncle Benny. Sending my deepest sympathy to Aunt Beryl and the rest of the family. I have such fond memories of Uncle Benny. He was always so nice and I loved his sense of humor. I'm sure he'll be reunited with his brother Gilbert, Clifford and Sister Harriet in heaven where there will be lots of good laughs. Thinking of you all. RIP Uncle Benny you are loved and you will be missed.
Sandra karr left a message on February 6, 2014:
Our family was very blessed to have share lots of memories with uncle Ben. We love you and will miss you. We will keep aunt beryl and family in our prayers.
Simpson Family left a message on February 5, 2014:
We always loved being with Uncle Ben. He treated us all so well. His sense of humor was terrific, always making us laugh. My mother could not have had 4 better sisters and brothers-in-law. We pray for Aunt Beryl, Benny and Bobby and Uncle Ben. We love you all. Simpson Family
Deborah Brunetti DeMarino left a message on February 5, 2014:
Dear Aunt Beryl, Bobby, Benny and family, I'm so sorry to hear of Uncle Ben's passing. I always liked Uncle Ben and it has been too long since we have seen you all. I'll never forget when we used to come down to visit. I really enjoyed that time with all of you. My mom doesn't hold on to memory long these days but she often asks about him. We thought it best not to tell her because of her state of health. We believe it would make her too depressed and she has been in the hospital herself for days. She loved her brother and if she knew she would be deeply sad. I pray that you have peace and that you would be comforted at this time. He is now home. I pray that God will bless you & see your family through this time of sadness. Love to all, Debbie & family
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Courtney Brumley left a message on February 5, 2014:
Sure am going to miss him but I know now he isn't hurting anymore and the good lord is taking care of him I will miss you so much !!
Csaba G. and Karla K. Finta left a message on February 4, 2014:
We were so glad we got to meet Ben and Beryl during their visits to family in Texas. We also were able to capture a sweet picture of the two of them. God bless the Carey family during this difficult time. Our love and prayers to everyone.
Maria Riker (Gardner) left a message on February 4, 2014:
Uncle Ben was always a bright and friendly person. He will be missed.
Kary Berg left a message on February 4, 2014:
I did not know Ben, but I am a friend of Merrily and Bob. I am so sorry to hear about Ben's passing. May you find peace and comfort in God's loving arms during this difficult time. You are in my prayers.
Dawn Stewart Allison left a message on February 4, 2014:
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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