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Carl Dalrymple, 71, of Parker, CO, passed away peacefully with family at his side on January 5, 2019.
Carl Wayne Dalrymple was born February 23rd, 1947 to Norman & Evelyn Dalrymple in Fort Collins, Colorado. In 1952 the family moved to Eaton, Colorado, where Carl grew up active in school & the community. His mother continually hosted functions at their home where Carl learned to enjoy being around company. Carl attended Eaton High School and was a proud alumni of the class of 1965. During his time there he played football, baseball, wrestled, participated in several committees, was president of his class, & went to Boys State. Carl & Norm enjoyed time in Colorado frequently hunting & fishing. Carl would often duck hunt with his father before school, then Carl would work at the local grocery store, Steele’s, after school. Carl would also help out at Eaton Jewelers, his dad’s jewelry/watch repair store. Carl studied Engineering and Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. In 1971 he graduated with Bachelors Degrees in both fields. Carl was a founding member of Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity at CU. He also was a part of Army Reserve Officer Training Corp. Upon graduation Carl was commissioned into the United States Army as a 2nd Lieutenant. After a short stint in the Army Carl was honorably discharged from active duty and started work at James E Rawley Company in 1972. On April 20th, 1974, at a singles square dancing retreat in Estes Park, Carl met a beautiful woman, Judith, who he would eventually marry on December 18th, 1976. They moved into the Acres Green neighborhood in Littleton when they got married. Shortly after in 1977, Carl finalized adopting Judy’s two children, Clinton (8 years old) and Grace (6 years old). In the following years the family would spend a lot of time together camping and fishing all over the west. Carl was active in professional organizations like Instrument Society of America, serving as the Denver section president in 1976-1977. In 1982, Carl and Judy had a son, Casey. They bought and moved to a property east Parker in 1984. It was there, Carl & Judy would become involved in the community. Carl & Judy we’re part of the founding members of the Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church (PEPC). Carl served faithfully as a deacon, elder, head of the building committee, Stephens minster, small group members, & several other ministries. Carl and Judy enjoyed being a part of the Parker Squares square-dancing club. In 1995, Carl oversaw the building of PEPC’s current location. Carl enjoyed fishing, hunting, golf, traveling, woodworking, and the outdoors with family and friends. He especially enjoyed rooting on the CU Buffs and Denver Broncos. Carl spent a career in engineering, working in designing process control valves & waste water treatment. In the late 1990’s, Carl and a partner started Bennett Company, selling process control equipment. In April 2015, Carl retired from Applied Controls Equipment. In retirement Carl enjoyed traveling and spending time with his friends, family, and grandchildren. On January 5th, 2019, Carl passed away in Parker, surrounded by his family after a year long battle with cancer.
Carl is survived by his wife Judy.
His son Clinton, daughter-in-law Laine, grandson Cayne.
His daughter Grace, grandson Jake.
His son Casey, daughter-in-law Heather, granddaughters Isla & Lola.
A Memorial Service will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, January 18, 2019 at Parker Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 9030 Miller Road in Parker.
Donations in Carl's memory may be made to:
PEPC, 9030 Miller Road, Parker, CO 80138, See pepc.org for on-line giving
The American Cancer Society, 2255 S. Oneida Street, Denver CO 80224, http://www.cancer.org/
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 5705 Grant Creek, Missoula, MT 59808 https://jrd.rmef.org/howtohelp/donate