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In Memory of

Charles Lewis Carter

January 24, 1934 - September 12, 2017

Obituary


Charles Lewis Carter Jr. Born January 24, 1934 Charlottesville, Virginia
Passed Away September 12, 2017 Sugar Land, Texas Charles was the oldest of 3 children
He is preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Jessie Louise Carter His brother Ronald Carter
His Nephew Dean Carter His parents He is survived by His daugher, Elaine Jones (Laddie) Brandon Carter Jones (Meagan) Addison and Carter Jones David Edison Jones(Stacy), Nicole Elaine Jones His Son, Mark Charles Carter (Kimberly), Charles Wayne Carter He is also survived by his sister in law. Carol Carter; Nephew, Kris Carter...

Charles Lewis Carter Jr. Born January 24, 1934 Charlottesville, Virginia
Passed Away September 12, 2017 Sugar Land, Texas Charles was the oldest of 3 children
He is preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Jessie Louise Carter His brother Ronald Carter
His Nephew Dean Carter His parents He is survived by His daugher, Elaine Jones (Laddie) Brandon Carter Jones (Meagan) Addison and Carter Jones David Edison Jones(Stacy), Nicole Elaine Jones His Son, Mark Charles Carter (Kimberly), Charles Wayne Carter He is also survived by his sister in law. Carol Carter; Nephew, Kris Carter (Sherri), Jordan and Kyle Carter His sister, Gloria Kendrick; Niece Ranie' Lindeman Young (Chuck), Niece Kimberlie Overton Charles grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and
graduated from Patterson Park High School, affectionally known as "Sonny" Charles enlisted in the army on December 19, 1955. Charles and Jessie were married on December 1, 1956 in Baltimore Maryland.
In February1959, they moved to Huntsville, (Redstone Arsenal), Alabama. Charles worked for Philco, contracted by the Army at the Guided Missle School.
In 1964 they moved to Port Arthur, TX, he worked for Philco as a training Instructor.
In 1965, Charles and Jessie and their children, moved to Houston, specifically, Spring Branch.
It was at that time he, began his career at ICC/TRW Controls / Ferranti International Controls.
His career at ICC/TRW/Ferranti International Controls brought many years of travel all over the world.
Charles retired in 1993, during this time he especially enjoyed spending time with his children and
grandchildren,
Charles valued his relationships with his friends and found great pleasure in spending time with them.
Along with their friends, Charles and Jessie enjoyed riding motorcycles all over the country.
Charles' hobbies also included, guns, in 1948 he recieved is "Sharpshooter" certification,
hunting (in his earlier years) geneology, reading, traveling, working on the computer.
Charles and Jessie were active members at Sugar Land First Methodist Church.
They kept busy volunteering in many areas of the church.
The family would like to thank Colonial Oaks Assisted Living Community,
especially, Pamela Kelley and the wonderful staff in the Village.
They provided Charles with loving, unconditional care throughout his last year of life.
We also would like to AMED Hospice for their loving care.
For those desiring to make a donation in Charles' name;
You may donate to the Alzheimer's Association.
ALZ.org, Houston walk, November 4, 2017
Donate to a walker; Elaine Jones