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Dessie Louise Carter
25 mai 1933 – 29 juillet 2020
Ms. Dessie Louise Carter, 87, of Cartersville, GA passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Dessie was born in Cartersville, GA on May 25, 1933 to the late Mr. George Robert Carter and Mrs. Ovie Julie Morris Carter.
Dessie was a loving sister, aunt and daughter who loved her family and Savior. She was a talented cook and loved flowers. She will truly be missed by all who knew and loved her.
She is preceded in death her parents, and brothers; Clifford McCeary and John R. Carter, and sister, Mary Moss.
She is survived be her sister, Mildred Steele. Many nieces and nephews also survive to cherish Dessie's memory.
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Dessie Louise Carter
Jerry and Cathy Cochran Family
2 août , 2020
Dessie was one of the most kind and caring people we’ve ever known. We’ve known her a long time. One of the sweet things she did for us was to make fried apple pies for us. She was always careful to be so kind to everyone around her. She loved her Lord and her family so much. She was very close to her mother. It is sweet to think of the sweet reunion they had when she went to Heaven. We love her family so much. We send our love and prayers for the family.
1 août , 2020
Was one of the most amazing ladies I have ever know.
Her kindness and love, she shared freely to one an all.
She read her Bible daily and prayed often for the sick ans needy.
I loved her and wanted to visit, but due to health and sickness in my family could not go to the nursing home. Then the virus came and stopped all visit's to all nursing homes.
Very God fearing lady. Beautiful heart and soul. A lady that will be forever in my heart.
30 juillet , 2020
She was a wonderful lady! We have so many sweet memories of her. Many of evening spent sitting on her porch watching Stephen play. She had such beautiful flowers. She and her mother were wonderful cooks! We were so blessed to have known her. Rest high on that mountain sweet lady❣️