Carl 'Charlie' Engstom

Engstom, Carl "Charlie"

Our hearts and Love go out to you all. The Heavens are rejoicing for a sweet Angel is home. Our prayers are with you all!
Sorry for your loss.
We are so sorry for your loss and we are sending prayers for your comfort!
Carl and I became close friends when we were both five years of age. The friendship continued throughout the years. We enjoyed many fishing and hunting trips together. During his senior year at the University of Wyoming we were roommates and his influence greatly helped my grade point average. Our travels from our home in Arizona to and from the Pacific Northwest routed us through Riverton to visit my friend Carl every couple years. I will miss him more than words can express.
I first met Carl during my high school years and I always enjoyed visiting with him at his home. He was sharp, quick with a quip, and told it like it was! Most of all he made you feel welcomed and helped to keep life in perspective. I am thankful for the times we shared, which usually also included my great friends and members of his awesome family. My prayers are with those loved ones of his now, during this difficult time. Rest In Peace Carl, you will be missed.
So sorry to hear about Carl. Please know my thoughts are with you.
We wish all the family peace, joy and happy memories to celebrate Carl’s life; we enjoyed his fellowship and opinions on many subjects.
Our hearts go out to you and your family with the loss of your dear loved one. There are no words to take away sadness when you lose someone you love. In our time of deepest need the tenderness of God is a refuge like no other. He alone understands our sorrows and draws near in love to wipe away our tears
When my mother passed away we found the resurrection hope very comforting.
May the resurrection hope sustain you. A loved one lost can grieve the heart, and makes us yearn for tomorrow, when Jehovah will keep the promise he made of no pain, no death, no sorrow found at Revelation 21:4.
So how for your loss