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We are so sorry for your loss. Brother Carl was a true Brother with a loving spirit to all. Many times when we arrived to our meetings, Bro. Carl had secretly set up our Chapter Room for us since many of the Sisters were elderly. He did this anonymously for several years. He was a member of Eastern Star and this was one of his contributions.
Vicki and Jim Grethe
Dear Celeste, we are so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in your loving familly and friends. Again, so very sorry
Mitch & Kate Vollmers
Celeste, We are very sorry to hear about Carl’s passing. It was a pleasure spending Sunday mornings with him. We will miss him and pray that you and your family find peace through fond memories and God’s unending love.
Linda Anne Bader
Our Lord Jesus Christ, IS, Merciful, Kind, Giving, and Always Most Loving !!! He Sees the Heart' 💟✝️ He Comforts the Heart,,, He Comforts Yours Family Now and Always
Carl always took the time to offer words of encouragement to me in the sound booth at Maxwell Hall. I greatly apreciated his thoughtfulness and genuine concern.
Susan and Tommy Spicer
Gary and Tammy Hutcheson
Carl was such a wonderful person! His kind words after Gary's messages were so appreciated. He was a tremendous servant in our church leaving a big hole in all our hearts. We are praying for Celeste and his family.
I will miss you Carl, my fellow church friend. I enjoyed the time we spent building wheel stair ramps and all your postings on Facebook! Peace be with you and your family.
Dear Celeste,What a sadness to lose Carl. There are so many memories through the years of your family, and your friendship.Our hearts are with you.Prayers for you and your girls.
A genuine friend and beloved Christian! Both of us are Preacher Kids (PK) making our friendship unique and special! I will miss him!
Carl was so kind to Matt and me. I really enjoyed his corny jokes (so did,Matt). Wonderful to have Carl and Celeste as yokefellows serving the Lord. Love, Joyce
Carl was one of the nicest people I knew. Always a warm hello and so easy to talk to. I will never forget how faithful he was to Memorial.
Roger & Karen Antworth
We are so sorry for your family's loss. We will miss Carl, our brother in Christ. K3ping you & yours in our prayers & thoughts.
Carl was a fellow Greeter at MUMC. What a fun, pleasant guy he always was. I will miss his presence, especially at the 9:30 service on Sunday mornings. May God bless you and hold you and the family close, Celeste. I send my sincerest condolences.
One of the nicest guys I ever met…a man that loved his wife and family. I always looked forward to his “funny jokes” on FB! He will certainly be missed. Prayers for his family…
Celeste, my sincere condolences to you & your family. May the eternal light shine upon Carl.
Vince and Jackie Bonjorno
We are terribley sorry for your loss.
He was a great person to work with. I could always look to Carl to make me feel grateful about all situations.
All my prayers for peace and blessings to you and family!
Calvin & Kay Stephens
Thank you for sharing numerous mission trips with the youth from Memorial United Methodist Church. to
Steve and Lynda Taylor
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Carl was a special friend. I hope you find comfort and peace in knowing he is with our Lord.
Wayne, Wanda and Kyle Patterson
We are so deeply sorry for your loss. We hope you and the girls will find comfort and peace in your family and friends. He will truly be missed ❣️
I am so sorry for your loss! I pray for peace and comfort for you and the girls. May Carl rest in peace.🙏🙏🙏
Carl Scott Amos
Carl Scott Amos, 63, of Fernandina Beach, Florida, passed away on January 27, 2024. Carl was born on June 29, 1960, in Atlanta, Georgia to James Larry Amos and Elizabeth Annette Westmoreland. He grew up in Georgia and graduated from Social Circle High School in 1978. After graduating high school, Carl enlisted in the US Navy where he was a Petty Officer, 2nd class Electronics Technician. On December 18, 1981, he married Celeste Vittoria.
After he was honorably discharged in 1983, Carl worked for a variety of government contractors in Massachusetts and Rhode Island through 1989. From 1982 to 1985, Carl and Celeste welcomed two daughters into their family. In 1989, Carl and his family moved to Fernandina Beach when he accepted a position as an Instrument Mechanic at Trident Refit Facility, at Kings Bay Naval Base in Georgia. Carl and Celeste welcomed a third daughter in 1990. Carl was an Electronics Mechanic from 1993-1999 and promoted to Supervisor in 1999. From 2008 until his death, Carl worked as a Production Controller.
Carl was best known for sharing “Dad Jokes” on Facebook, and if he chose your joke to share, it was an honor. Carl was a great storyteller but a better listener. He was a loyal friend. If you needed help, Carl was there. Always with a kind word or a hug; no one was alone when Carl was around. As a father, he raised three confident, intelligent women. Carl not only taught them invaluable life skills, but also how to have fun. He was so proud that they each graduated from college, because he never had.
Carl loved being a Freemason. He was raised on July 5, 1994. He was Worshipful Master in 1999 and 2019 of Amelia Lodge #47, District Deputy Grand Master in 2003-2004, District Deputy Grand Master of the York Rite – Crusader 44, and Master of the York Rite Council Athelstan #46. Carl was also a member of the York Rite Chapter #49 and a Shriner.
Carl’s passion was riding his motorcycle. He joined the Masonic Widows Sons motorcycle organization, Templars, in 2014. He served as Road Captain for almost 7 years. Carl was a founding member and current President of the BOAZ Chapter of the Widows Sons of Northern Florida.
Carl is predeceased by his father, Dr. J. Larry Amos. Carl leaves behind his wife, Celeste, of 43 years, of Fernandina Beach; three daughters, Melissa (Dustin) Wilson, of Broken Arrow, OK, Lauren Amos, of Bristol, RI, and Sara (Nicholas) de Kock of Jacksonville, FL; his mother, Elizabeth Annette Amos, of Fort Oglethorpe, GA; two brothers, Warren (Donna) Amos and Dennis Amos, of Social Circle, GA, and a sister, Laura (Scott) Flegal of Rossville, GA; as well as nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews.
The family will receive friends at Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors on Monday, February 5th, from 5-7pm. The Rosary will be recited at 6pm. Funeral services will be on Tuesday, February 6th, at 11am, in Maxwell Hall at Memorial United Methodist Church. A memorial Mass will said for Carl at St Michael’s Catholic Church on Thursday, February 8tth at 12:30pm. Luncheon receptions will follow both.
Carl will be interred at the Jacksonville National Cemetery at a later date.
Rather than flowers, donations may be made to The Ronald McDonald House in Jacksonville, The Shriners Hospitals for Children, or make checks payable to The Masonic Home of Florida on behalf of The Widows Sons of Florida.