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Louise B Carter-Ping

January 1, 1922July 30, 2019

Louise Carter-Ping, of Union City and formerly of East Point, a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother passed away July 30, 2019 at the age of 97. Mrs. Ping was a caring lady who loved God, her church, her family, and her many friends. She was born January 1, 1922 to the late Claud Watson Brock and Edna Inez Daniell Brock. She was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Myron (Bill) Carter and her husband of 13 years, Chester (Chet) Ping. Her son Ray Carter and daughter Mary Ellen Overton also preceded her in death.

Mrs. Ping was active volunteer in East Point where she lived for 42 years. She served on the Executive Boards of the East Point Woman’s Club, the Old Campbell County Woman’s Club, and the Georgia Federation of Women’s Clubs, the Forget-Me-Not Garden Club, and the East Point Clean Community System. She served on the Board of Trustees of Christian City, Tallulah Falls School, and was founder/director of the East Point Christian Church Kindergarten. Mrs. Ping was Personnel Officer of Fulton National Bank, a member of the East Point Historical Society and in 1983 was named “Mrs. East Point”. After moving to Union City, she served as President of the Autumn Place Residents Club.

For several years she was an active member of the Peachtree City Christian Church, the Messenger Class, and served as President of the Dorcas Circle of the Women’s Ministry. Mrs. Ping was an associate member of Peachtree Christian Church in Atlanta where she served on the official Board, was President of the Partners Bible School Class and a member of the Christian Women’s Fellowship, Priscilla Group. She was last attending First Christian Church of Fairburn. She had also served as membership Chairman of the GA Christian Women’s Fellowship.

Mrs. Ping is survived by her granddaughter, Rebecca (Matthew) Smith and their 2 children, Adrianne and Connor of Austin, TX; grandson, Michael Carter Overton, Johnson City, TN; granddaughter, Katie Overton, Knoxville, TN; brother, Richard (June) Brock, Union City; sister, Mary (Don) Bowen, Waynesville, NC; loving caregiving niece, JeRie Wilson, Peachtree Corners; sister-in-law, Ammarie (Tommy) Wilson, Alpharetta; son-in-law, Randy (Rosemary) Overton, Knoxville, TN; daughter-in-law, Deborah (Robert) Plunk, Mableton; and many nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her extended family, the Glenn Carter family, the Chester Rice family, the Lewis Wood family, and the Autumn Place friends.

A Memorial Service celebrating the life of Louise Carter-Ping will be at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 10 at the Christian City Welcome Center, 7345 Red Oak Road, Union City, 30291 with Ministers Bob Tyler and Carl Ryden officiating. The family will receive friends after the service.

The family request donations be sent to Southwest Christian Care, 7225 Lester Road, Union City, 30291, www.swchristiancare.org or Christian City.

Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home, Peachtree City, is in charge of arrangements.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 10, 2019


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Dan Langford

August 10, 2019

Mrs. Carter was a lovely lady whom I saw pretty often over the last 50+ years. She was unfailingly kind, sweet, and friendly, and it was always a joy to see her. My most profound memory of her stems from the time of the MLK assassination in 1968 -- she was my Sunday School teacher at West End Christian Church. I don't recall her exact words, but they were something like, "Boys and girls, a terrible thing has happened, and the eyes of the world will be on Atlanta next week for Dr. King's funeral. Lots of folks will expect people here to act badly, but even little folks like you can go a long way toward proving that expectation wrong. You can do it by being as nice as you can be to everyone you meet, and by not joining in any bad talk or thoughts about Dr. King and the folks who loved and followed him." That remains a wonderful memory from my childhood -- how the "village" my parents had chosen to help raise me imparted the same gentle beliefs and world view they were imparting to me. Had really wanted to come to the memorial today, but alas, my mother is homebound now, and her needs prevented my doing so. Dan Langford, Jr. - Brooks, GA.