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September 7, 1958 ~ January 3, 2024 (age 65) 65 Years Old
Carl Lovings was born on September 7, 1958, to Carrie & George Lovings in Bay City, Texas.
In 1969 Carl's mother Carrie Lovings moved her family to Banning, California. Carl attended school throughout his years with Banning United School District. Carl's favorite sport was basketball, he played on the Banning Broncos during his high school years.
Carl loved his family and hated to see them without, did whatever it took to provide. One thing he cherished so much was the grand babies, his favorite saying to them was "get down where you mad at" just don't come back crying. Carl was loved by many an very respected by many. His name "Butta Bean" will forever live on in Bangtown Banning.
Carl preceded in death with his mother Carrie Lovings, father George Lovings, 2 sisters Shirley Lovings and Georgia Brown Lovings, niece Nina Scott and nephew Kerry Scott, auntie Jessie Mae Bell, cousin Jessica Collins.
Carl leaves behind to cherish his high school sweetheart for 40 years Cheryal Harris, his daughter Tisha Porter, son Darrell Lovings (Banning, Ca), son Stevelan Harris (Beaumont, Ca), daughter Jackie Glaspie (Banning, Ca), son Dequinn Lovings (Banning, Ca), 17 grandkids, 5 great grandkids.
Carl has a host of family and friends he loved dearly. We all gonna miss you "Bean" rest easy, your name "Bean" will forever carry on. You got your wings, keep an eye out on your kids and grandkids while we continue this journey without you in the flesh.
The family wants to thank everyone for the love they have shown in this hard time. A special thanks to Brittany Harris his granddaughter for doing all she could to help lay her pawpaw to rest.