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 E. Carl Waldron
Born: 12/27/1942
Died: 12/21/2010
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E. Carl Waldron

Waldron, E. Carl,  age 67 of Wharton, NJ died Tuesday December 21, 2010 at Saint Clare’s Hospital in Dover, NJ.  Born in Dover, he had resided in Wharton for the past 41 years, originally coming from Denville, NJ.Son of the late Charles W. and Rieta S. (Starr) Waldron, Carl owned and operated MicroAge in Parsippany, NJ for many years.  He most recently worked as a realtor with Elite Realtors in Livingston, NJ.  Carl served his country honorably in the United States Air Force from 1963 to 1969.  Carl was a parishioner of the Port Morris Methodist Church, a member of the Rotary International in Randolph, NJ, and worked with the St. John’s Methodist Church Food Pantry.  He was a loving husband, father, and brother.  Carl is survived by his loving wife Patricia A. (Cutter) Waldron, also of Wharton, and his daughter, Nicole Waldron of Belleville, NJ.  He is also survived by his four brothers and one sister.     Funeral services will be held Wednesday December 29th at 10:30 AM in the in the SMITH-TAYLOR-RUGGIERO Funeral Home 1 Baker Ave. Dover, NJ. Interment will follow in the Flanders Hillside Cemetery, Ledgewood, NJ. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Tuesday December 28th, 2010 from 3-5 and 7-9 PM.
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I worked at MicroAge 17 years ago for 7 years. If I remember correctly, MicroAge at that time had roughly 50 employees. I cannot recall all of the employees but, I certainly rememmber Carl. He was probably one of the most kind, even tempered souls I have ever known. Carl was soft spoken and always had nothing but kind words to say. It is a shame that this world does not have more people like Carl in it. I am sure he will be greatly missed. May his soul rest in peace.
Diane Shirey Platt
When I think of Uncle Butch - my mind immediately goes to the fun times we all had especially when we were younger. Our families would take many day trips together - I remember Nicole, Malissa (my sister) and I going all over the place with our families - Great Adventure, dinners, to the shore. Even just when the families hung out together - we always had fun... I remember playing darts or pool at my parents house on Christmas Eve for many years. Remembering those times always brings a smile to my face. As an adult, I was able to work for and with him for a short time at MicroAge. He gave me a great start at a company I was with for over 10 years. I hear many people talk about how kind he was - what a gentlemen he was. I know that is true. I saw that he touched the lives of many people - and will continue to leave a mark on many of our lives as his spirit lives on. Nicole gave a beautiful eulogy. She has been a pillar of strength. I know Uncle Butch is proud of her. Special thoughts and lots of love are being sent to Aunt Pat and Nicole. If you need anything - just let us know. We love you. Love, Maria, Jimmy, Ashley and Anthony. **We will miss you, Uncle Butch!!**
Maria (Cutter) Russo
I am so shocked. I am just reading today, January 6, 2011 about Carl's passing. He will be missed at the Wharton United Community Church. His efforts to get the word out about our food pantry have blessed so many lives. We are very grateful for all that he did to get our food pantry "on the map." His continued help over the months was an encouragement to me and the other volunteers at the church. His legacy of helping the hungry will live on in Wharton--without question. My condolences to the family. Grace and peace, Pastor Robin Miller Curras
Robin Miller Curras
I was shocked and deeply saddended to hear about Carl. I worked with him at FJM in Fairfield for a few years. Always a kind and helping man and a true gentleman. Always spoke with love of his wife and daughter. So sorry to hear of this loss. Heaven has gained another angel...
Laurie Strippoli
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