Carlos Romero-Gutierrez

Carlos Alberto Romero-Gutierrez

Tuesday, May 28th, 1935 - Monday, September 21st, 2020
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ROMERO (Gutierrez) Carlos Alberto, age 85 of Dayton, passed away Monday, September 21, 2020. Carlos was born May 28, 1935 in Panama. He is a retired Master Sergeant from the U.S. Army. Carlos was a loving father and husband. Upon his military retirement, he dedicated the rest of his working life serving the community. He was Executive Director of the city's Hispanic Center, and eventually retired as the Human Resources Manager for the Montgomery County Community Action Agency. At one time, he was President of the Dayton View Little League (Association). He also volunteered at Dayton Catholic School to lead their Book Fair for many years.

His unrelenting commitment to his faith and St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Dayton, was well known among the faith-based community. He was an ardent jazz music and gadget lover. He was loved by the community, and lent a helping hand to anyone who had a need. Carlos was loved by the community.

He is survived by his wife Clarisa Romero, 2 daughters Lilia G. Romero and her husband David Smith, Amanda M. Romero and her husband Pierre Collins, 1 son Carlos A. A. (Jennifer) Romero, 3 grandchildren Jordan, Julian and Peyton, 2 great grandchildren Giselle, and Hendrix, and several brothers and sisters in the U.S. and Panama. Private services. Arrangements entrusted to Baker-Hazel & Snider Funeral Home. Online condolences for the family may be sent to
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Posted at 03:36pm
I just learned of your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you. I know Clarissa will keep you all together, while you all prop your mom and each other up.Keep the faith!! Mrs. Rose Burks/Florida

Kiva Henderson

Posted at 04:48pm
Mrs Romero and family, you all are in my prayers at this time and always. May God continue to comfort you all. I love you all.


Morgan Pair

Posted at 04:14pm
Carlos was a very important part of my St. Andrew's family. Growing up I loved to tease him and call him Caveman and he would call me Morganita and tell me stories. He was so kind and worked so hard for our church family. May he rest peacefully. I will miss him greatly and will keep him and the whole Romero family in my thoughts and prayers.

Morgan Pair

Kiva & Donyale Henderson

Posted at 03:58pm
The Romero Family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you!!
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Ellen Lang

Posted at 01:34pm
Dear Clarissa, Amanda and family,
Carlos was a blessing to all who knew him. Such a kind and generous man! How we enjoyed his many stories! We have missed seeing you these last few years. Our prayers are with all of you!
Blesssings, John & Ellen Lang

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