In Loving Memory

Philip Dale Carnagey

Philip Dale Carnagey
June 11, 1943
March 31, 2023
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Mr. Carnagey was my history teacher at Blinn College in the early 1970's, and really made the subject interesting. He made a lasting impression. My condolences to his family.
Carolyn Boenker Hart
Church Point, LA
My deepest condolences to you and your family. Mr. Carnagey was definitely a character and absolutely my favorite history teacher. My dad had him, I had him, and my brother had him and we still love sharing memories of our time in his class! Praying for peace for your whole family.
Julianna Wanek
Brenham, TX
I first met Dale shortly before he and Vernell became officially engaged. They were giddy with happiness, having found in each other the love of their lives. Sometimes that early promise does not last, but in their case it matured into a long and loving marriage. I'm sure the memory of that fulfilling partnership will be a foundational memory for their children and grandchildren.
Ruth Holland
College Station, TX
Dear Family,

I am so sorry for your loss. I too had Mr. Carnagey at Blinn for History. His unique way of teaching ensured you were gonna get it and do well in his class. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time and the days ahead.

Sara Mackenroth Ramirez
Sara Mackenroth Ramirez
Brenham, TX
Dear Carnagey Family,
So sorry to hear of Mr. Carnagey's passing. He was truly one of the best teachers I have ever had who made learning history at Blinn fun and easy! His teaching approach in the classroom with stick figures and sharing information in an interesting way made remembering the information easy and made learning history fun! He touched many student's lives. Cherish all your wonderful memories of him as you face the challenging days ahead.
Sharing our sympathy, thoughts and prayers.
David and Christy Moran and family
Christy Fuchs Moran
Brenham, Texas, TX
I had Mr. Carnagey as a History Instructor when I attended Blinn. He did make the class very enjoyable with his stick people drawing. I then was fortunate enough to be a colleague of his and worked with him during registration. May you all be comforted by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, now and in the days ahead.
Lori (Kuehn) Krchnak
Industry, TX
I am so very sorry for the lose of your husband, father, grandfather and loved one! I worked with Dale at BC and he was a very interesting instructor. He was a very good friend and I will miss him as well!I know he made an impression on all who he taught as he always was worried about his students if they missed class! One of the best!
Maxine & Chester Ruether
Brenham, TX
My sincere sympathy to all family and loved ones of this outstanding teacher. I was blessed to be one of his students at Blinn 1974. I had never previously been taught by one so knowledgeable and and interested in the history of our country as he. His almost theatrical lecture presentations made one never wanting to miss his classes. I even held on to my class notes until they were destroyed during hurricane Ike. As we approach Easter, may each of you find comfort in our risen and living Jesus.
dwight nittsche
Round Top, TX
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