“Art” Perry Carlyle, 78, of Dayton, passed away at his home May 4, 2013 after
losing his battle with lung cancer.
was born in Wichita, Kans. to Bert and Lenore Carlyle, who preceded him in
death. Also preceding Art in death were his brother, Bert Carlyle and sister,
include his wife, Karolyn; daughters, Cindy (Jeff) Dumke of Sale Creek, Tenn.
and Tammy Carlyle of Dayton; sons, Rusty (Linda) Carlyle, Kim Carlyle and Larry
Carlyle all of Dayton; stepmother, Elsa Carlyle of Linn, Kansas; brothers, Tom
(Kathryn) Carlyle of Topeka, Kans. and Larry (Jessa) Carlyle of Decatur, Tenn.;
sisters, Pat Hackathorn of Spring City and Robbie Criss of Lawrence, Kans.; his
grandchildren, Amanda Carlyle, Rachel Rothwell, Randy Carlyle, Brad (Ashley)
Carlyle, Allison (Aaron) Berndt, Haley Carlyle, Sarah Poff, Courtney (Sam)
Davis, Dakota Dumke, Kyle Carlyle, Treasure Dumke and great grandchildren,
Bryce Rothwell, Montana and Bailey Berndt, Isabella and Sawyer Davis, Memphis
Gadd, Madeline Carlyle and Sean and Trent Nielsen. Art is also survived by
numerous nieces, nephews, other extended family members and friends.
served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He retired from TVA as
a machinist. Art was a member of Amvets of Decatur, Tenn.
enjoyed cooking for many benefits. He was an avid fisherman and a great storyteller.
Art’s fun loving side showed when he was entertaining family and friends.
family would like to thank Avalon Hospice for their support and care of Art
during his last month of life. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to
Avalon Hospice of Athens, Tenn.
celebration of Art’s life will be held at his home, 178 Montgomery Road in
Dayton, on Friday, May 10, at 5 p.m.
I hope you have fun in haven. Love, Bryce (age 7)”
are encouraged to share a memory of Art and/or your personal condolences with
his family by visiting his memorial web page and guestbook at www.companionfunerals.com.
Funeral & Cremation Service and the Cody family are honored to assist the
Carlyle family with these arrangements.