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  1. Karl was a friend to everyone and worked tirelessly for the GSU Robinson College of Business.
    Our thoguhts are with his family.

  2. There are so many friends and acquaintances here too numerous to mention who knew Karl to be of the most generous, outgoing, and joyful spirit, a giving and involved human being. Our condolences to his family.

  3. Karl was a prince of man. He was universally revered by his colleagues at the Robinson College of Business. We are deeply saddened he is gone far too soon.

  4. Karl will be missed greatly at Robinson College of Business. He worked with so many of our students and was a master at fixing any problem. I will miss his smile and positive attitude. I am sending my thoughts to all of his family and friends.

  5. I had the pleasure of working with Karl a few years in RCB prior to his retirement. He was so genuine, kind-hearted, loving, and just all round a great guy. He was very knowledgeable about so many things and very passionate about helping others. His smile and heart for others will not be forgotten. He made a positive impact on everyone he encountered and he always made everyone feel good. He will be truly missed. Praying for God’s comfort and strength for his family and friends.

  6. Karl was the consummate colleague. Not only did he perform over and above the call of duty but he did so with a wonderful, positive attitude. I remember him best for his easy smile, congenial personality and eagerness to help others. He was a bright light shining on us all. The world could use a few more people like Karl.

  7. My husband and I worked with Karl and his wife Jill for many years. We remember how devoted he was to the students he served. He was also a helpful and friendly colleague. He had a wonderful sense of humor and didn’t mind laughing at himself. Two of my favorite Karl stories are about what NOT to get your wife for Christmas (an ironing board) and why men don’t need to come upstairs during game night (Jill will know the answer to this). He was also an accomplished artist. What a better place this world would be if we had more people like Karl.

  8. I had the pleasure of working/learning from Karl until he retired from Robinson College of Business. I believe he is the nicest person in the world. He was kind, knowledgeable on everything RCB, honest and extremely helpful. I consider him a friend and he will be missed.

  9. I remember the day I joined the Robinson College of Business like it was yesterday. I was teamed up with Karl and he took me under his wing and taught me everything I needed to know about working in that department. Karl also shared some stuff he knew, which put me ahead of the game, because he has so much knowledge. He worked for the students, not the school. He loved his job, and you could see his passion come through with every student he helped. Over our years of working together he could tell when I was having a bad day, and took it upon himself to share a word of kindness or a cup of coffee. (He knew I loved coffee). When I had some personal issues with my teenage son, he shared his parenting advice and I got through it. Karl was just not a colleague, he is a true friend, and they don’t make them like him anymore. I love and Miss you Karl forever. . Dondette

  10. I Worked with Karl in developing program applications that were needed in generating reports for the Graduate Admissions Program of Robinson School of Business. He was very knowledgeable about the workings of his department and was easily approachable whenever I had a question. He will be truly be missed by all.

    Till we meet again my friend!!

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