Carol Louise Galm Carter

August 21, 1945December 29, 2020

Born August 21, 1945 to Harold Frank Galm and Louise Englhardt Galm in San Antonio, Texas.

She entered into death on December 29, 2020 at the age of 75. Carol attended school in San Antonio Graduating from John Marshall High School and attending Texas Lutheran College.

Carol married the love of her life Paul Thomas Carter on August 27, 1966 and shortly after began her family. She brought 6 wonderful children into this world who she loved and cherished.

Carol volunteered at her children's schools and joined the local PTA and became council president. Carol was a substitute teacher for Northside ISD and an Election Judge for Bexar County. She helped in her long time church Northwest Hills UMC, Local Emmaus and Kairos Community and her SAHA Family.

Carol is preceded in death by her parents and Paul’s parents, her loving husband of 48 years,

Her sister-n-law Cindy Galm and sister Teddie Lou Stephens, Sister-n-law Betty Lou Carter, and brother-in-law James L Carter.

Carol left behind her brother-n-law Daniel E Stephens, sister Fern Quintero and husband Rudy,

Brother Harold F Galm jr., daughter Tammie Vance and husband William Penrod, Daughter Meta Carroll, Son Harold W. Carter and wife Dawn, Son James T Carter and wife Tawney, daughter Lena LouEllen Carter, Son Christopher Lee Carter and wife Tammy.

Granddaughters Charlotte, Deanna, Kristina, and Danica

Grandsons Lucas, Richard (Trey), Kyle, Ian, Jessie, Jarrod, and Wyatt

8 Great grandchildren, several cousins, nieces, and nephews.


  • Vistation

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, January 15, 2021


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Yolanda Hominick

January 10, 2021

I smile when I think of Carol even though I was scared of her at first. She insisted on keeping up with our Kairos traditions and now I hold fast to them, so thank you, Carol, for those lessons. We enjoyed many happy times, fretting about the cookies, decorating the letter bags, and chasing after the men who had not turned in their talks. She missed Tommy so much. Now she will be praising God next to him. I pray all of you will accept Carol's passing and learn from her many lessons. Yolanda Hominick

Bobby Brooks

January 10, 2021

Our deepest Condolences♥
Bobby & Debbie

Gilbert Saiz

January 4, 2021

Mrs. Carter was a wonderful person and a great Election Judge for Bexar County citizens. She will be missed by many.

Thank you for your service.

Rest In Peace...