Obituaries

Carl E. Rambler

January 12, 1954 - February 10, 2013

Age 59, of East Mill Street, Castile, died February 10, 2013 at home surrounded by his loving family, following a lengthy illness.

Carl was born January 12, 1954 in Pottsville, PA, son of the late Paul M. Rambler and Mary Urban Rambler of Tonawanda. He was employed for many years as a customer service manager for the Schwan’s Company in Dansville. In earlier years, he was a cross country truck driver for 17 years. Carl enjoyed hunting and fishing and was an avid reader. He was a long time member of the Castile Fire Department and the Castile Rescue Squad.

Surviving along with his mother are his wife of 38 years, Margaret Robinson Rambler whom he married on June 29, 1974; his son, Jason C. Rambler of New York City; his daughter, Sarah E. (Charles) Greene of Cabot, PA; his grandchildren, Sophia Elisabeth Greene and Owen Edward Greene; his sisters, Deborah E. (Norman) Patton of Belmont, NY, Kathleen C. Rambler of Tonawanda; his brother, Timothy D. (Karen) Rambler of North Tonawanda. He was the brother of the late Skipworth L. Rambler.

Friends may call Tuesday 7 – 9 PM at Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, 35 N. Main St., Castile. His funeral service will be held Wednesday at 11 AM at the Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church, Route 19 South in Warsaw. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Boyertown, PA. Memorials may be made to the Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church, 3415 Route 19 South, Warsaw, NY 14569 or Castile Rescue Squad, Castile, NY 14427.

Important Dates

February 13, 2013 : Calling hours for Carl E. Rambler - 12:00 AM to 2:00 AM

February 13, 2013 : Funeral service for Carl E. Rambler at the Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church - 4:00 PM - At the Valley Chapel Free Methodist Church, Route 19 South, Warsaw

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Aug 7.13 from Mark O'Keeffe:
Very sorry to hear of Carl's passing. I enjoyed meeting him and chatting with him. Had I known earlier, I'd have attended his funeral. Just found out today. He along with his wife Margaret produced a good son in Jason.

Feb 16.13 from Sue (Gresh) Lynch:
Debbie, I'm sorry to hear about Carl. A few weeks ago I was talking with my Mom about you and your family and good times we had at Colebrookdale Chapel when your Father was Pastor. God Bless you and your family at this time. Please give my condolences to your Mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sue(Gresh)Lynch

Feb 15.13 from Jon Caruana:
Deepest condolences to a family I have not seen in many years. May you all be comforted in the days ahead.

Feb 14.13 from Betty Moores:
hello Margaret
so sorry to hear of your husband passing away
while it is a blessed release for him as it was for my husband i know --it will leave a big hole in your life --thinking of you often with love --Sandie,s mom Betty Moores

Feb 12.13 from Susan Hengelsberg:
It was an honor to know Carl for the past few months, and to help him learn how to play a new instrument because he wanted to. My condolences to all the family.

Feb 12.13 from Carol Scotton:
Dear Margaret, Jason, Sarah and family,
You are in our thoughts and hearts. I have many happy memories and am so glad that Carl has been a part of our lives. We'll miss him. Lots of love to you from Carol and Bob.

Feb 12.13 from Janet Bauer:
My prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. He will be missed by all.

Feb 11.13 from Karen, Cathy, Bill, and Christine Goudy:
Dear Margaret, Sarah, Jason, and family,
You are in our prayers and in our hearts. We are honored to have known Carl all these years; a gentle man, yet one with so many strengths. A true family man. We loved his voice and kind spirit. Our love goes out to you. Bill and I are trying to make it up there; unsure right now if I can make it happen, but trying. Love, Karen