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George Millard Carmichael

Born: 4/24/1917, Wetumka, OK
Death: 3/7/2007, Moab, UT
Viewing: 3/9/2007
Service: 03/10/2007/1:00pm, Assembly Of God Church
Interment: 3/10/2007, Sunset Memorial Cemetery

George Millard Carmichael passed away on March 7 from heart disease at the home of his son, Gary. Millard was born on April 24, 1917 in Wetumka, Okla. to Isaac and Lucy Carmichael. He had four brothers and six sisters. He married Elsie Baker on October 6, 1937 and they have one son, Gary Carmichael of Moab. Millard was a trucker and a farmer. He and his family moved to Moab in 1953 during the uranium boom, and he co-owned a trucking business with his brother-in-law Grady Thompson. He was preceded in death by his wife Elsie and parents Ike and Lucy, brothers Lloyd, Hawk, Leonard and Willard Carmichael, sisters Reba Carmichael, Retha Thompson, Cecil Dickson, and Betty Giese. He is survived by two sisters, Hazel Thompson and Louise Caswell. Millard was buried on Saturday March 10 at the Sunset Memorial Cemetery. He was a wonderful father and father-in-law and will be missed by Gary and his wife, Judy. He made friends easily and they too will miss our sweet “Millard”.

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