Theo C. Auman Inc.

247 Penn Street, Reading, PA


Claudette Carmen Carter

February 26, 1942May 11, 2020

Claudette Carmen Carter 78, of Spring Township, passed away Monday May 11, 2020 in Manor Care Sinking Spring. She was born in Reading on February 26, 1942 a daughter of the late James and Alberta S (Gordon) Carter. Claudette was a member of Washington Presbyterian Church. She loved sports and enjoyed all genre of music. Claudette was employed by Wernersville State Hospital in housekeeping/laundry department for 27 years retiring in 2000. Surviving are 3 godchildren; Penny E Templin, John Haynes, Jr., Darrius Johnson, brother, Alan Achey, cousins; April Coleman, Gordon Templin, James Templin, Quennel Johnson, Jarred Johnson, Jonathan Fletcher, Jr., Viola Jefferson, Oliver Carter, Nathaniel Scott, Marylou Haynes, Maryhelene Haynes, Sandra Scott and a host of many more cousins and family friends. The family wishes to thank the staff for the Great Care given to our beloved Claudette during her 9 year stay at Manor Care Sinking Spring. A special thanks to Michael (Therapy Department) for treating us/her like family. Theo C Auman Funeral Home, Reading is entrusted with her burial. www.theocauman.com


  • James Carter, Father (deceased)
  • Alberta S Carter, Mother (deceased)
  • A host of many cousins and special family friends.

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roberta donaldson

May 15, 2020

My thoughts and Prayers for the family, I met Claudette at Manor Care she was my mothers room mate (Catherine), Claudette was a beautiful lady, she sure loved her sports, if you wanted to know anything about sports she could give you the answer, she also loved her peanut butter crackers, when my mother was there I would bring Claudette her crackers. Yes Mike was her favorite

melissa Martin

May 15, 2020

Penny i was sad to hear of Claudette's passing. She was a fun lady and friend. My heart goes out to you and your family. I will never forget her man book. She loved to laugh and now she can see Kitty again. They were such great friends. Glad you mentioned Mike she really considered him family. Will miss seeing Claudette and you. Stay safe. Love , Melissa


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