Christopher Sean Carter
March 30, 1983 – April 3, 2018
Christopher Sean Carter March 30, 1983- April 3, 2018 Beloved son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. Chris departed his earthly home for his heavenly home on Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Chris is predeceased by his father Ronald S. Carter, and is survived by his mother Julie A. Zetty, sister Ann Carter-Seider, niece Ava Grace Seider, brother in-law Camon Seider, grandparents Relzy and Shirley Zetty, aunt Susan Painter, uncle John Zetty, step sister Rhonda Kuykendall, cousins Matthew Painter, Candace Wellbaum, Azra Wellbaum, and many other family and friends
Chris dearly loved his family and friends. He really enjoyed going out to eat, vacationing to many different places, maps, construction, and playing “Sonic the Hedgehog” video games. He was a graduate of R.L. Turner High School in Carrollton, TX and attended Brookhaven Community College. He was a client and resident of Evergreen Life Services, where he had many friends and where he worked as a manager for the “Dairy Freeze” snack center.
A Memorial Service and Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday April 7th, 2018 at 3:00p.m. At Rhoton Funeral Home, 1511 South I-35 E. Carrolton,Texas, 75006
The family requests that you wear blue in honor of Autism. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you please donate to www.autismspeaks.org in honor of Chris Carter.
- Chris is predeceased by his father Ronald S. Carter, and is survived by his mother Julie A. Zetty, sister Ann Carter-Seider, niece Ava Grace Seider, brother in-law Camon Seider, grandparents Relzy and Shirley Zetty, aunt Susan Painter, uncle John Zetty, step sister Rhonda Kuykendall, cousins Matthew Painter, Candace Wellbaum, Azra Wellbaum, and many other family and friends
- Celebration Of Life Saturday, April 7, 2018
Christopher Sean Carter
April 7, 2018
Chris was my student who came into my life early in my teaching career. He had quite a mischievous side to him, but was always happy and smiling.
I drove a sped bus, and he was never more quiet, respectful and memorized when riding the bus.
My last day at RLT, I invited Chris to accompany a bus ride with me, him and I only. I drove around the RLT perimeter, and he was absolutely elated. I will never forget his pure joy during that last ride with me.
Christ, you were a wonderful and unique guy. You will be missed by many.
regards.... Ms. Gogates
April 6, 2018
My Dearest Nephew Chris,
You were my very special birthday gift 35 years ago. One week ago, we shared a "graate" one with all the family there. I did not know it would be our last. I will always celebrate you on our day.
We are all struggling to accept your sudden departure, it is not yet reality; but, you are at home in heaven (where no maintenance is ever needed!). No doubt, you needed no road map to find your way, you already knew the route and which exit ramp to take. Perhaps you will guide the rest of on that highway home.
Now, all the pieces fit together and at last the puzzle is whole!
I love you Chris Sean and you are forever in my heart,
April 5, 2018
Julie often spoke of her son & the joy he and her other children brought to her life. My heart is lifted in prayer as you suffer this loss. 💙
Dixie and Joe Zetty
April 5, 2018
Chris was a fortunate young man to have such a loving family. Their devotion to his well being and doing everything possible
to help him have as normal a life as possible, and he did. His amazing sixth sense was overwhelming and a gift that few of
us have. Watching him draw maps and highways where he had never been with such accuracy was astounding.
His tea time with his grandmother and the ritual of phone calls with his family is to be admired and wishful thinking for
most of us with our busy lives.
Perhaps his Uncle Joe remembers best of all his common sense once on a walk when encouraged to jog and Chris
said "why would I want to do that? He spoke for most of us.
Blessings to all the extended family. You all had a chance to witness a beautiful mind!