Carl E. Neyman, Jr., 58, of \nButler, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, April \n6, 2023, at the Butler Memorial Hospital surrounded \nby all of his family.\n\nBorn September 30, 1964, in Butler, PA, he was the \nson of the late Carl E. Neyman, Sr. and Judy A. \n(Payne) Neyman.\n\nCarl was a 1983 graduate of Knoch High School. He \nwent on to serve his country honorably in the United \nStates Navy. Upon his discharge from the Navy, Carl \nbegan his career with Armco Steel, where he was \nstill presently employed. He enjoyed fishing and \ntook trips to Canada where he loved fishing for \nSalmon, Muskie and Walley. Carl also was an avid \ncook and was known to make the best chili. He was a \nmember of the VFW post 7376 in Saxonburg. Carl was \nknown by all to be a very selfless man, and would \nhelp out anyone he could whenever he could.\n\nCarl is survived by his son, Hunter Neyman and his \nfiance, Hailey, of Butler, his mother, Judy A. \nNeyman of Butler, one brother, Mark Neyman of \nCanton, OH, one sister, Tracey Rittenour of Butler \nand a number of nieces and nephews.\n\nCarl's family would like to extend a heart-felt \nthank you to the staff of Butler Memorial Hospital \nfor all of their care and support over the past few \ndays.\n\nAll services for Carl will be held privately as per \nhis wishes.\n\nArrangements have been entrusted to Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 E. North St., Butler, PA \n16001.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial \ndonations be made in Carl's honor to the \norganization of the donor's choice.