Carl F. Dunbar Jr.

Carl F. Dunbar Jr. originally of Weymouth passed on November 2, 2022, on his 53rd birthday at his home in Haverhill, MA. He was the husband of Jennifer (Pickering) Dunbar of Medford, MA, his favorite person on earth. He was the son of the late Carl F Dunbar Sr and Doris (Brogie) Dunbar. He leaves behind his siblings Debbie Lundgren of Braintree, Christine Farrar and her husband Tom of Whitman, Kathleen Sullivan of San Marcos, Calif., Cheryl Reynolds and her husband Bob of Dexter, Maine, Kimberly Devin and her husband John of Weymouth, Michelle Dunbar and her partner Tony Davies of Weymouth, Holly Dunbar and her husband Rick of Weymouth, and the late Brian Dunbar. Carl also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, in-laws, and his beloved pets Reggie and Memphis. 

Carl was proud of the house he and Jen shared for many years in Medford with their dogs. He is now reunited with Bella, the “best dog in the world”.

Carl was a proud New Englander, who was not a fan of the cold. He was a great friend to everyone, a stranger to no one and an ear to listen always when you needed one. He will be missed by everyone who ever met him. Carl was known for his Socialist political views and his favorite teams the NY Giants and the Boston Red Sox.

Carl graduated from Weymouth North High School in 1987.  He became a plumber by trade. He worked for H20 Care for the past 8 years. He was loved and respected at his company and mentored new employees. Carl was also a former member of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trade and worked for Brady Enterprises for several years. Family and friends are invited to come together to share stories and celebrate Carl’s life on Saturday November 26, 2022 at 11:00 a.m under The Pavillion at King Oak Hill Park, 0 Emery Lane, Weymouth, MA 02189. Please note, this is an outdoor event, please dress weather appropriate, casual, as Carl would have insisted. There will be heaters, hot drinks, and donuts/muffins. Some chairs will be provided but if you can please BYOC (bring your own chair).

Donations in memory of Carl may be made to Friends of Boston Homeless (FOBH)  or Boston Democratic Socialists of America


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  1. Susan Mooney on November 19, 2022 at 10:58 am

    I was so sad to hear of Carl’s passing. I know that he was a wonderful man because Christa always spoke so affectionately about him. Try to remember the good and share his dreams with others.

  2. Jon on November 19, 2022 at 8:29 pm

    Carl was a great co worker / friend
    He could talk about anything / knew everything especially music .I’ll miss ya buddy 🙏

  3. Norm M. on November 25, 2022 at 4:22 pm

    Carl, was a big hearted guy with a big-time personality. He and I were the only NY Giants football fans at H2o and we would commiserate every season about what they needed to get back to the Super Bowl! Everybody will miss him at our company. This is a big loss, RIP, Carl.

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