Age 96, a long time resident of Cady Road in Napoleon, passed away at his daughter’s home February 21, 2019. He is survived by his beloved wife of 76 years; Lisle E. (maiden-Wilkinson) Carr, seven children; Keith (Betty) Carr, Lawrence (Janice Schepeler) Carr, Sandra (Ralph) Germain, Sharon (Larry) Rogowski, Sheila (Ed) Schneider, Bonnie (Don) Brown and Peggy (Jeff Henning) Carr, daughter-in-law: Patricia Carr, 27 grandchildren, and over one hundred great, and great-great grandchildren and their progeny, many nieces and nephews, He was preceded in death by his son; Paul Carr, sister; Alta Brozowski, brother; Earl George Carr, grandchildren; Paula Carr, Paul Dentler, Josh Parker and Keithy Carr and his parents; George E. and Emily L. (maiden-Crimble) Carr. Arlo was born in Livingston County’s Unidilla Township, grew up in Jackson, graduating from Jackson Technical High School in 1941. He served the nation in the US Army Air Corp as a decorated tail gunner in B-24 bombers, serving a full allotment of missions. He was a Tool and Die Maker throughout his working life at Miller Tool and then retiring from Raton Corporation. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and a devoted and faithful family man, had served as a Boy Scout Leader for his sons and their troop, was a member of the International Assoc. of Machinist and Aerospace Workers and a long-time member of the Federated Church of Grass Lake. Services will be held at the funeral home Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 11 am with Pastor Clive Heyd officiating. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery, Napoleon. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Monday evening, 6-8 pm. Contributions in his memory are directed to the Federated Church of Grass Lake. Graveside Military Honors will be rendered by the Jackson County American Legion Ritual Team.
Federated Church of Grass Lake
519 East Michigan Avenue, Grass Lake MI 49240