OBITUARY

Carter Douglas Kiser

September 21, 1986October 7, 2017

Arrangements under the direction of Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, Raleigh, NC.

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Carter Douglas Kiser

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October 29, 2017

I knew of Carter before he was born as his parents waited for him.
He was a lovely happy baby.My wife Marti and I enjoyed playing with him as one of the very first tiny ones we got to be around and get to know.
He grew with a pleasant happy spark which reflected both his parents. I had some recent brief back and forth with him around the time of fathers death and he seemed well.
I wish him peace and good memories for those who miss him.
Lisa, l am so very sorry for you and Dan.
Marti and I send our deepest sympathy and love.
Eric and Marti Burns

Ruth Rhymer

October 18, 2017

Lisa and Dan, I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't personally know Carter but, I sure know his mom loved him dearly. My heart goes out to you!

Linda Lubecki

October 16, 2017

Carter was such a great guy and was always so helpful to me when I needed him. He also reached out just to say Hi when he was making the move from PA to NC...he was a pleasure to work with and he was always considered the go to guy and was appreciated by everyone that knew him! My prayers go out to his family.....and friends everywhere.
Carter will be missed!

Lindsey & Dennis Minchella

October 15, 2017

We knew Carter as a young lad playing baseball for a summer rec team that the players named "the killer bees". Carter was enthusiastic, played with all his heart, and loved his team. I loved hearing about the grown up Carter from you Lisa. And I'm so sorry to hear this news. Love to all who were touched by our wonderful friend Carter. Dennis & Lindsey

Bridget Lied

October 15, 2017

My deepest condolences to Carter's family. I worked with Carter at DSG for many years. He was always happy to help with any problem. I enjoyed talking with him regarding pursuing his dream down in North Carolina. He will be missed.

Mike Swartz

October 12, 2017

I last saw Carter at Bhavana in June. We were stopping in Raleigh on our way to the beach, and for my nephews to see NC State along the way. Carter helped me get a table on a crazy Friday night that included a drenching rainstorm-that led to a flash flood! The brewery started to fill with water near the front desk and bar! Lucky for us the water did finally recede, and we had a nice dinner. Carter looked truly happy-I was happy he had pursued his dream. I'm sad this was the last time I saw him, but happy that he truly was in a great place at that time. You will be missed Carter Kiser.

Erin Hansen

October 12, 2017

Carter certainly left a beautiful, positive impression on everyone he met. Please know his presence is missed all over the country.

Soraya Alexander

October 11, 2017

My deepest condolences go out to Carter's family. I am still in shock, and words simply can't capture the light Carter brought to the world - he cared deeply about people, was known and liked by everyone he met, and always had time for you, no matter how much else he had going on. I'll never forget swinging by his desk when I needed help or really just needed a laugh. We were so excited for his move, because he was going after exactly what he wanted to be doing. He will be so very missed.

Regis Stewart

October 11, 2017

Carter, Where do I start to express my feelings and thoughts about this young man. I remember this wet behind the ears AA from a Store in TN. I was able to watch him develop into a team Lead and had the privilege to be his Manager. Everybody needs a dream and he had one and dam if he did not go and do it. The world was and is a better place that Carter was here. I will miss his humor his smile and his laugher,most of all I miss him.
My heart goes out to his Mom and Dad along with his extended family. Please rest assure you raised a fine young man be proud, he touched a lot of people in a short amount of time.

Tim Stokes

October 11, 2017

My most sincere sympathies to all of Carter's family and friends. I also knew Carter from his time at Dick's Sporting Goods in Pittsburgh and got to spend a lot of time with him at pretty regular happy hours and talking to him quite a bit when he worked in our Pittsburgh building. We talked a lot about his family back in Indiana, Purdue basketball and a number of other things and I would love the chance to talk to him now about the USA soccer fiasco last night. Carter was an extremely good guy and one of the best/most friendly/most genuine guys I've come across at any point in my life. I know the Kiser family has been through a lot over the last year+ and I'm confident that speak for a number of us here at DSG in saying that you have our most sincere condolences and Carter certainly is missed.