Hello! Mr. Karcher hired me into IBM in 1979. He was a very fair and pleasant person to work for. I am sorry to hear of his passing but please know that he leaves nothing but pleasant thoughts from one who worked with / for him for years. Robin Melanson
Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your dear loved one. May the promise from God at John5:28,29 to resurrect our loved ones bring comfort to the Family. Revelation21:3,4
I knew Monty for many years in IBM. I worked in his organization when he was in Dallas. He was an excellent manager and a pleasure to work for. I am sure his family will miss him as well as many who had the pleasure of knowing him in IBM. With all the cloud computing now, I am sure he will form a crew in heaven to keep the clouds working. God bless.
We thank God for the life and ministry of Monroe.
Powerful Godly man
We pray for his family at this time.
Pastor David and Sandy Schroder
Monroe (known as Monty in Amarillo in 1958) was my first field manager. I was only 19 years old and was the service CE for Pampa, Texas. I worked for IBM 38 years and consider Monty as one of the best managers I ever worked for. Even then he was a fine Christian man. God Bless your family. Ron Henderson.
3/17 WW II Nimitz Museum - honoring Veterans of the Greatest Generation!
Mr. Karcher and family at the WW II Nimitz Pacific War re-enactment weekend. He was honored as one of 12 WW II Veterans who attended that weekend.
To the family members of Monroe Karcher. We are so sorry for your loss. Monroe was a great example of a life well lived. We know you will miss him. May God hold each one of you close and gently carry you during your journey of grief. We salute you and thank you for your service to our country, Monroe. Job well done.
Dolores and Joe Sutter
Monroe was a good, and fair man. It was a blessing to work with him at IBM.