Carl Allison Hancock II, passed away at his residence surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at the age of 79. Carl was born on May 22, 1942 in Indianapolis, to the late Carl Allison Hancock Sr., and Evelyn G. Hancock. Carl was married to the love of his life, Judith for 62 wonderful years. Carl was a manager for Scott Lad Food, and owned Hancock Oil Company, and a fuel truck. He loved camping, and traveling all over the country. He and his wife loved spending the winter in the Florida Keys. He adored his Sunbeam Alpine sports car.
Carl is survived by his wife Judy; children Dennis Hancock, Carl (Michelle Smith) III, Julie Kinley; nine grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; sister Donna (Terry) Kindle; as well as several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Carl was preceded in passing by his parents; brother Morris; and sister Lois
A private celebration of Carl's life will be held at a later date in the Florida Keys. Final Arrangements and cremation have been entrusted to Norman F. Chance Funeral Home and Cremation Service
A camper, my wife, the sun, sand and sea. A drink with a friend,a meal with family. Love and laughter, with wife, daughter and boys. A small focused list of just some of my joys.
A midday nap in a spring thunderstorm, or my grandkids around, then I’m in my true form. Travel, his passion, in, car, plane, or train. In a life full of challenges, He chose not to complain. Southport Indiana, where God gave him his start, couldn’t contain him, but was never far, from his wanderlust heart. Positivety and love are the seeds that he’s sown, off now to sow perpetually, in the great unknown.
We love you dad.
REST PEACEFULLY MY WONDERFUL FATHER- 10/12/2021
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