L. Whitney Carpenter

David Peake
September 29th, 2022

  • Barbara K Kincaid / November 2, 2022 at 5:04 pm

    I consider myself an honorary Cornman since I worked with Jack (sister Donna’s husband) for nearly 30 years. That’s how I met Lynn and Whick. I’ve never met Nancy and Leslie, but I’ve heard wonderful stories about their accomplishments. I, too, lived in Philadelphia for a while and will claim the Phillies as my team if they win the World Series. Whick would appreciate the logic or lack of it in that statement and smile. He was great fun to be around and the source of many of Jack’s favorite family time stories. I know he will be missed terribly by all who knew him well. Smiles and kindness to all. P.S. Not so clear about the Eagles. Not nearly as likable.

  • Linda and Jim Van Horn / November 2, 2022 at 7:58 pm

    Whit was a fabulous man who showed kindness, humor, and humility! He was a family man, and a loyal friend! He enjoyed a good martini and the stories really flowed with good humor! We do miss Whit immensely!

  • Richard LARMOUTH / December 12, 2022 at 8:54 am

    So sad to hear of Whick’s passing. He was my cousin and I remember him fondly along with his surviving sister’s Donna and Caryl. My mother was the sister of Dr. Leonard Carpenter, Whick’s father.

    He was a wonderful professor and family man to his wife, Lynn, and their two daughters and grandchildren.

    . Richard (Dick) Larmouth, now of Tower, Minnesota.

    My brother, Dr. Don Larmouth, also died of Parkinson’s disease in 2014. Hopefully, one day a cure to this disease will be discovered


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