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Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park

5505 Kitsap Way, Bremerton, WA

OBITUARY

Daniel Allen Carter

February 6, 1961March 20, 2020

Daniel Allen Carter of Silverdale, WA passed away peacefully on March 20, 2020 at Harrison Hospital at age 59 with family in attendance.

Daniel was born in Bremerton Wa on February 6, 1961 to Ralph and Althea (Mangenelli) Carter. He has two brothers: David Jones and James Carter, three sisters: Donna Jones, Eleanor Jones and Colleen Carter (Melvin) Edge.

Daniel graduated from Central Kitsap High School in 1979 and went on to have a career at Naval Underwater Warfare Center at Keyport and then worked for Lockheed Martin at Bangor Subbase.

He was married to Elizabeth Keith(Bartell) from 1990 to 2009 and moved to Kingston, Washington. Daniel is survived by his sons and grandchildren: 1993-Eli Cameron Carter(Oriana Sampson) Kingston, Washington; 1994-Liam Stuart Carter(Laura Reachard) Silverdale, Washington; 1985-Lucas Mckee Carter Seattle, Washington; grandson Eocho Cain Carter(Eli); granddaughter Adelaide Dunlop-Carter(Lucas).

He enjoyed fishing, exploring the beaches of Kitsap County and being an artist after his retirement in 2010. He loved his Lord and Savior with all his heart. His faith inspired his family and he will be greatly missed.

A celebration of life memorial service will be held later. He will be interred at Miller-Woodlawn Funeral Home, Bremerton, Washington with family who precede him in death: father Ralph, mother Althea and sister Katharine Carter.

In lieu of flowers, please remember Kingston Coffee Oasis and Oxford House.

Services

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Memories

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Ellen Konopaski

April 2, 2020

I’m smiling thinking of you, Dan, and my Dan together again in Heaven! I have fond memories of Hansville Community Church events together, a brunch at Puerto Vallarta, and sharing life in general. Your boys are like family to us, and they always will be. What an honor! And I think of you so often as I walk by the little seedling Douglas fir trees you transplanted for us on our place that are now over ten feet tall. So many ways our lives have been intertwined and will be for eternity! Peace and love!

Cindy Carter Francisco

April 1, 2020

Danny I’ll always remember playing at your house when we were kids seams like a lot of years ago, you will be missed Danny but you are together with your family and the Lord, Rest In Peace my Cousin I love you

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY