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Carroll Simes

August 11, 1941 ~ August 24, 2022

Carroll M. Simes, 81, passed away August 24, 2022, at his home in Micco, Florida.
He was born in Vero Beach, FL on August 11, 1941, to Hubert Eugene and Mildred Simes and had been a lifelong resident of Sebastian, FL.
He married Geneva Morgan on September 10, 1959, in Nahunta, Georgia. Carroll was a net fisherman from a very young age. He began working in construction for Truman Sherrill around the age of 18. This developed into a career as a General Contractor. For over 40 years, Carroll built beautiful custom homes in Indian River and Brevard Counties. Carroll formed many partnerships with friends in business. He was a young man when he and his friend, Johnny Thomas fished as partners. He and close friend, Clarence Rich enjoyed many business opportunities. Carroll also held a real estate license when Simes Construction shared an office with Rich Realty.
Carroll was a member of many organizations, including, The Lions Club, little league coach and the Masonic Lodge. He enjoyed many hobbies. Golfing was one he enjoyed with close friends. He bowled on leagues at Ercildoune Lanes for many years. He was a deer hunting enthusiast and traveled often to Georgia with his son and friends making many memories.
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Geneva; son, Scott Simes of Sebastian, FL; daughter, Debbie (JD) Bauer of Micco, FL; granddaughters, Brittany (Shelden) Awtrey of Micco, FL, Lindsay (Todd) Bauer-Hingle of Vero Beach, FL, Crystal Simes of Sebastian, FL and Samantha Simes of Islamorada, FL; grandson, Chris Simes of Micco, FL; great-granddaughters, Evelyn Awtrey of Micco, FL and Sophia Dunaj of Sebastian, FL; great-grandson, Maverick Awtrey of Micco, FL, plus so many loving nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents, Gene and Mildred Simes; brother, Marcus Simes and sister, Margaret Steinly Britt.
A Celebration of Carroll’s life will be held in September 2022.


Debbie Bauer

August 31, 2022, 7:20 pm

Celebration of Life will be held 9/17/2022
At 2 pm Grant Community Center, 4580
1st Street Grant FL 32949.
Please write a memory down for Jenny’s memory book or to share at the celebration.
Need Information please call 3214316160

Becky and Scott Partan

August 31, 2022, 8:08 pm

We are so sorry for your loss.

Gary (nephew) and Sharon Heath

August 31, 2022, 10:39 pm

Prayers for all the family, memories are forever.
Love and hugs,
Gary Heath and family
Lake Helen, FL 32744

Rhonda Taylor Hall

September 1, 2022, 10:30 am

My heart goes out to your entire family.
I love you all like you’re my own family. Carroll was a great man, who will be missed by so many.
All my love,
Rhonda Taylor Hall

Debbie Greenway

September 2, 2022, 8:17 pm

When I think of Carroll the work “kind” jumps into my heart and mind. I didn’t talk to him a whole lot because I was best friends with his daughter when we were 13 so we naturally avoided everyone one wiser than us. Every time I went to his house I felt welcomed and warm. When we talked he asked me questions about me and genuinely seemed to be interested in my (ridiculous) opinions about things. Or maybe he found me entertaining. Once he took me to Disney World with the family and I did something I shouldn’t have, he just asked me about it and then let it go and never mentioned it again or showed any anger. I’ve never forgotten that. We were all lucky to have known him and blessed to have him for
as long as we did. He’s a true gem.

Bob and Joyce Mallory

September 4, 2022, 3:10 am

We are very sad to hear about Carroll. He was a good ole boy!! He built our house and teased me about the hurricanes down to the sod. We had 4 hurricanes that year. He and Teddy Anderson even laid a few of the blocks themselves! The comradery was wonderful. We love the home he built for us. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Betsy Waite

September 6, 2022, 3:21 pm

Carroll will be missed. Both of you have been our close friends
Since coming to Florida in 1981. We have shared many a meal and holiday together. Lots of laughs for us to share in our travels with Dave and Carroll. I will always remember those good times.

Sharon Gore

September 12, 2022, 2:15 am

I have too many words to say or write about this man, I couldn’t even begin. He will always be in my heart as a wonderful husband to one of my best friends for many many years, an amazing father, grandfather, uncle-you name it, but to me he will always remain my very very dear friend.

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