Henry Allan Carlson

March 28, 1954 - October 28, 2021
Henry Allan Carlson

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Henry Carlson, known to all as Buddy passed away Thursday, October 28, 2021 at the age of 67.

Buddy was a kind and exceptional man. He is survived by his loving sister Helen, his nephews Michael and Jonathan along with Jonathan’s wife Ellen and their two sons Anthony and Joseph.

Buddy was blessed with many friends and wonderful neighbors. He never met a stranger and always enjoyed doing and fixing things for others. He loved to travel, work in his garage and was a fabulous cook.

There will be no service for Buddy, just a family and friend celebration of life at the beach to be determined at a later date.

He was a treasure to many and will be terribly missed.

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  • January 12, 2024
    Michele says:
    Thinking of you today and how much I miss you. A true lifelong friend. Never forgotten.

  • October 25, 2022
    Michele Drake, a lifelong friend says:
    Almost a year has passed and I still miss Buddy. Such a special person throughout my life. Always enjoyed spending time with him, he was a lot of fun, always adventurous, smart, hardworking. Had more common sense than anyone I have ever met. You are not forgotten, may you be puttering on a project in heaven.....

  • September 09, 2022
    Jim Paddock says:
    I had the privilege of working with Buddy quite closely his last few years at Boeing. We traveled together frequently and always had a great time because Buddy was such an extreme optimist. What a great guy. Wish I had worked harder to stay in touch. RIP Buddy.

  • September 08, 2022
    Winton (monk) Miller and For Larry Wilson says:
    Buddy worked at Rockwell International at Anaheim, CA. He had many friends through his working relationships. He was well respected for his knowledge and troubleshooting abilities. Our company made the inertial navigators for the US and UK nuclear powered submarines. So long old friend. Monk Miller and for Larry Wilson

  • November 02, 2021
    Helen Killough says:
    I will miss you terribly. I love you my darling Buddy. Your sister Helen