by Stuart Greenberg
Born in Oakland, California,
November 1, 1946 - Died July 30, 2002
|Published in the Aug - Sept 2002 Issue of Anvil Magazine
Emil John Carre' died at home in Gualala on July 30. Semi-retired because of back injuries, Emil and his wife recently moved from Oakdale to the Mendocino Coast to build a new home.
Emil was a farrier for 27 years, working throughout the United States. He held the position of president of the Western States Farrier Association and president of the American Farrier's Association for two terms.
He had many apprentices and loved teaching them and helping them to get started in the business.
Emil was legendary for both his skill and his character. A man of integrity, humor and compassion, he encouraged his friends to let down their pretenses and be real. He will be greatly missed by many.
He is survived by his wife Cate, and his son Gordon.
For more about Emil go to the tribute section of www.anvilmag.com. The Table of Contents page of Anvil Magazine always has the passwords and user names.
A Prayer For Emil