Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home

90 Weathersfield Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL


Ty Cameron Carter

July 8, 1967July 9, 2019

Ty Cameron Carter was born on July 8, 1967 in Orlando, Florida and passed away on July 9, 2019 in Fern Park, Florida.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, July 13, 2019
  • Visitation Saturday, July 13, 2019


Ty Cameron Carter

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Ronna Wolcott

July 21, 2019

Dearest brother,
It's been a week and 5 days since you left us... so many tears have been shed for YOU, so many memories have been talked and smiled about... like a never ending story people keep giving me pieces of you that I never knew. My love is stronger than before... you were quite the man and I will forever be proud of you .

Kara Yeager

July 18, 2019

Uncle Ty, you always lit up every room you walked into with your infectious laugh and positive personality. Thank you for coming to every birthday, holiday and graduation party i’ve ever invited you to. I wish we had more time together... but I know you’re in a better place now. I love you and I’ll miss you forever.

- Kara <3

Vergy Sheridan

July 13, 2019

Precious memories from OJA...those are what some of us keep and cherish. You were a huge walking heart with warm, outstretched arms. Giving solace and love to those that truly needed it. That was you.
Sleep peacefully, sweet friend...until we all meet again.

James& Marguerette Vanvakas

July 13, 2019

Ron, Ellie, Ronna & family, We are still in shock over the passing of Ty, our big Teddy Bear. You know we loved him like family and our hearts are broken. We know how much you are hurting and our love and prayers are there for you. We will miss his shining smile, joyful personality and the hugs from him whenever we saw him. May he Rest in Peace up in heaven.

Michelle Qureshi

July 13, 2019

I still can’t believe you’re gone. I was fortunate enough to meet you in 1984-85 when I attended F.L.A. You were so fun and friendly. There were only a few of us “Flips” but we had such a great bond. Your infectious laughter, you came with Suzame to visit Chippewa Falls and learned about “cow-tipping”, we went to Altamonte Springs Mall when Def Leppard was touring for “pour some sugar on me” and you forced me to say hello to them and we got a picture with Phil Collen. On Senior Survival, we learned that you knew where a bathroom was only several years later, your wonderful greets on Facebook for my birthday, you getting mad at me for our 30th reunion because I missed the breakfast. You are one in a million and although we lived many miles apart, you were always a phone call away or a Facebook message away. You always put a smile on my face. I’ll miss you more than you know. Until we meet again, love ya my dear “Flip” friend

Brent Bagshaw

July 13, 2019

Today is the day many will say their final goodbyes to you my dear friend. You were one of my first classmates when my family moved to Florida to welcome and befriend me. Those junior high and high school years are full of countless fond and fun memories the likes of which I’ll never forget. Your smile was as bright as the stars, your laughter boomed like a cannon, and the positive energy of being around you was infectious and comforting! What comes to mind when thinking of you Ty is the old saying from our childhood years about “Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold.” You were that silver 40 years ago that became the gold over the years. Never goodbyes, only see you laters! That’s how I roll. My sincerest heartfelt condolences to all of Ty’s family and friends.

Phil Mathew

July 13, 2019

I was shocked and heartbroken a few days ago when I heard of the passing of my dear friend Ty. He always called me "Boss Man" and I always called him "My Big Samoan." I have wonderful memories of our times working together. He had such a sweet disposition and never met a stranger. His warm hugs, smiles and laughter filled the room. Even in my darkest hour, he drove 7.5 hours each way to visit me and encourage me. This is the type of friend Ty was.

Ron, Ellie, and Ronna: your son/brother was family to me. My heartfelt condolences and prayers. He will be loved and remembered forever.


Jim & Ellie Baez

July 13, 2019

Ty, you are going to be missed by so many. Going to AdventHealth Altamonte will never feel the same without experiencing your trademark smile and genuine greeting. Thank you for being the person you were. Our heartfelt prayers and condolences to Ellie and Ron, and family. Jim and Ellie.

DeLane Garner-Cousins

July 13, 2019

You are the brother of my childhood best friend Ronna. I remember being a kid and passing your room and I wanted to go and hang out with you too. You had many cool posters hanging up on your wall. You and your family always made me feel like family. You were always sweet to me from the moment I met you forty+ years ago. You came to me this year when I was so sick and needed support. That meant more to me than you will ever know. I will miss running into you and Michael at the car shows. I loved you found him and you could see your true love for one another. I will miss running into you at the corner 7’11. Who am going to call when Ronna has no cell reception to make sure she’s ok? I will love her for you and we will celebrate you. God just wanted you in heaven to greet us when we get there. I am sure you are looking down on us now and see all the love you are getting back. I will miss you and love you. DeLane and our entire family xoox

Jeannie C Carter

July 13, 2019

Ty, I’ll always treasure memories of your genuine warmth, kindness, gentleness and acceptance. Your beautiful smile, laughter and humor brought a brilliant ray of sunshine to every family gathering that we were fortunate enough to attend with you. My heart breaks for the family and friends you’ve left behind and I offer up heartfelt prayers for them all as you soar to greater heights. God speed.