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Carl Fennell

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Funeral services for Carl Fennell were held July 31, 2018 at Clearview Bible Church. Graveside service followed at Oaklawn Cemetery in Mabank. Carl was born Oct. 9, 1985 in Decatur and entered into eternal rest July 26, 2018 at the age of 32. Carl went to Local 100 Apprenticeship trade school, where he was trained as a welder. Carl worked for Beard Integrated Systems. He married the love of his life Teresa Langford Nov.19, 2016 at the Clearview Bible Church. In their new life together, they were members of the Clearview Bible Church. Carl was a spiritual leader, loved Jesus and his church family. He had overcome “The Pits of Hell” and worked as a peacemaker for the Lord. Carl loved studying his Bible every morning. He was a hard worker, a Mr. Fix-it. He could fix anything with a motor. Carl enjoyed rebuilding trucks and being outdoors fishing. He would take in any stray and make them a pet. Carl was a humanitarian and some might call him the “Dog Whisperer.” He believed in everyone, was a very loyal friend and would do anything for anyone. Carl lived with no regrets, was a hero to his daughter and the most amazing daddy, husband, brother, uncle, son and friend. He will be missed tremendously by those who knew and loved him. Carl was preceded in death by his son Carl Everette Fennell, Jr., grandfather Thomas Heidrick and uncle Tommy Heidrick. Carl Fennell He is survived by his loving wife Teresa Fennell of Mabank, daughter Alyson Fennell of Mabank, mother Alice Calhoun and husband Tracy of South Fork, Colo., sister Jessica Kelly and husband Leo of Providence Village, sister Angie Henderson and husband David of Mabank, other loving family members and many more friends. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in honor of Carl to the Family Peace Project. You may go to to make a contribution through PayPal or mail to P.O. Box 1723, Athens, Texas 75751. A personal tribute may be made online at