Rev Charles Carter
  • 77 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 16, 1932
  • Place of birth:
    Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • Date of passing: May 29, 2009
  • Place of passing:
    United States
Let the memory of CHARLES be with us forever

In loving memory of Charles Milton Carter a devoted husband and father of six children. His wife,Esther Marie Carter, proceeded him in dealth and was the mother of his children. Charles was an ex Marine and defended this country in the Korean war. He worked and retired from the Post Office, providing as best he can for his family. He later became ordained as a Reverend and had a church in the Bronx.

He remarried and later relocated to Maryland with his wife. After a few years, he became sick with Cancer and a few years later succombed to it.

He will always be remembered for cooking his kids nice hearty Sunday breakfast and special treats. Although a large burly man (that nobody messed with...LOl). he enjoyed cooking..and pampering his first wife...

Rest in peace...Charles M. Carter... 

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Carla Miller-Camacho on 31st May 2017

"RIP and miss you forever."

This tribute was added by Carla Miller-Camacho on 22nd February 2016

"Keep the angels laughing...we love you.  Uncle Chaz"

This tribute was added by Geanette Browder on 20th February 2016

"hhhmmmm...another year without my father. I remember one day we were talking and I mentioned that I always wanted to play the piano and my father confessed that he had always wanted to play as well. Now, those of you who know my father, know that he is known (and because of his very large hands...certainly not made for piano playing. I just thought it was odd that he would have such a passion for a skill that focused on flexibility of the hands and fingers..."

This tribute was added by Geanette Browder on 21st March 2014

"Miss you in peace...Love,


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