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Kark H. Wiesbock '65

Karl-Heinz Wiesbock, 65, of East Sandwich MA peacefully passed away on Friday, July 27th (2012), with family surrounding him in his final days. He bravely fought cancer for the last two years, keeping his sense of humor to end.

Karl was born in Vienna, Austria on March 21st, 1947, son of the late Herta Aichberger Voloshin of Hingham MA . His life took him to live in many countries before making the U.S. him home, and lived in Northern Virginia, the Shennandoah Valley of Virginia and recently East Sandwich, MA. Those who knew him appreciated his love of life, sense of adventure and "living in the moment".

He leaves his wife of 36 years, Sara, two sons, Erik Karl of Chantilly VA, Mark Paul of Falls Church, VA and granddaughter Kennedy Blaire of Chantilly VA. Also to grieve his loss are his sister Cindy Barry and her family, husband Chris, niece Caroline, nephew Matt and Kirby the pup, Karl's bagel buddy of Norwell MA. Also, Karl's brother Larry Voloshin and his family, niece Julianna and nephews Harrison, Colin and Erik of Bedford NH, plus many other family members and friends.

Karl attended the Art Institute of Boston and opened his own Graphic Arts/Screen Printing Company in Falls Church VA and continued his business until his death. In addition, he was very active in the community, including youth soccer leagues in Northern VA and Woodstock VA, including coaching, one of the founding members of the Shenandoah Forum in Woodstock VA and various community organizations.
His love of kayaking was therapeutic in his last year, often exploring Scorton Creek and the inlets of Sandwich.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Karl's name to the wonderful McCarthy Care Center of East Sandwich, MA who helped make his last days peaceful and comfortable.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date

"Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened." ~ Dr. Seuss