April 30, 1928January 27, 2019

Carl Wayne “Bud” Grant died of complications from a stroke at The Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL on January 27, 2019. He was 90 years old.

A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he attended Omaha South High School, lettering in baseball. Upon graduation he enrolled in the University of Iowa. He graduated in 1949 and received an ROTC commission in the U.S. Air Force.

After commissioning, he started flight training in Selma, AL. He earned his pilot wings in August, 1951. Medically disqualified from flying duties shortly after earning his wings, he completed Finance School in May, 1952. The remainder of his 26 year career he served primarily as a Finance Officer/Comptroller. His duty assignments included locations in: Warner Robbins, GA; Orlando, FL; Peshawar, Pakistan; Gainesville, FL; Washington D.C.; and Biloxi, MS. He retired in August 1975 as a Colonel.

In 1975 he began his second career in the savings and loan industry. He rose to the position of Vice President retiring again in 1985.

In 2002, he moved to Fleet Landing in Atlantic Beach, FL. The remainder of his life he devoted to family and assisting the residents and employees of Fleet Landing.

He was a member of the Bee Hive Masonic Lodge, The Scottish Rite, and The Shriners.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, the former Sharon Mae Anderson of Rock Island, Illinois. He is survived by his brother Marshall (Jean) Grant; son Jeffery (Karen) Grant and daughter Nancy (David) Wahl; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.

Memorial services will be conducted on February 8, 2019 in the Coleman Auditorium at Fleet Landing. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Jacksonville Humane Society. Interment will be at the Jacksonville National Cemetery.


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William (Bill) Carlson

January 30, 2019

I am very sorry for your lost. I am your dads first cousin from Omaha Nebraska, all our families were very close growing up. Your dad was older so we were not real close like played together. We have stayed in contact a lot this past 10 years or so, and I stopped and seen him 4 years ago while in Jacksonville. Your dad had a good life and enjoyed talking about both of you.

Love Bill Carlson
Sharonville Ohio