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Carl Lord

Carl Lord


Carl L. Lord

August 21, 1942  ~  August 29, 2019

Carl L. Lord, 77, died Aug. 29, 2019.  He was born Aug. 21, 1942, at Kingman the son of Roy and Louise Richardson Lord. A resident of the Kingman community most of his life, he was the former owner of Roy’s Machine Shop and a former Industrial Arts instructor.

On Aug. 10, 1968, he married Barbara Horseman in Kansas City, Kansas. Other survivors include two sons, Dan (Michelle) and Jim (April); sisters Evelyn (Robert) Burton and Dr. Edith Lord; and grandchildren Canyon and Wyatt.

Graveside services will be 11:00 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, at the Walnut Hill Cemetery, Kingman. Friends may call from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday at the Livingston Funeral Home with the family present from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Memorials may be made with the Kingman Christian Church and the Kingman Co. Humane Society both in care of the funeral home.



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05/21/21 12:02 PM #1    

Mark McAtee

Mr. Lord was my metal shop teacher and  his lab assistant  spent many hours in that shop .Great teacher I enjoyed his classes His gave the me a lot experience for my MOS in the Marine Corps. Very sorry to hear about his passing,very fond memories of him  Peace with you Sir

05/21/21 05:40 PM #2    

Larry (Keith) Perkins

Great auto shop teacher. I learned a lot form him and Nick Theland. Spent 20 years in the Marine Corps fixing big green trucks after SMNW High School. Sorry for our loss.

05/23/21 01:39 PM #3    

Bill Ray Lewis

Carl Lord was a master of his craft and a well-respected member of the Shawnee Mission Northwest High Schooll staff when its doors opened in 1969. Whoever first found Carl, interviewed him and encouraged him to join Northwest's Number One instructors and student body really made a great decision, and that action positively changed the lives of many individuals!!! Carl was one of the  best, and those of us who knew him and worked with him quickly recognized that fact!!! I would like to share additional personal thoughts about this fine gentleman should members of Carl's family, former Cougars and/or faculty and staff desire to contact me!!! Dr. Bill Ray Lewis, 870-741-1269 (h), 870-365-6990 (c) or in Harrison, Arkansas

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