OBITUARY

Margaret Ann Carter

April 4, 1937June 10, 2019

Margaret Ann Carter (Milks), of Geneva, FL died in her home, surrounded by her family on June 10, 2019. She was 82 years old. Marge passed away peacefully in her home after a long battle with cancer. She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Marge is survived by her children, daughter Cynthia E Ramos of Deltona, FL, daughter Catherine A. (Patrick) Corby of Okeechobee, FL and her son Douglas A. Carter of Sorrento, FL; her 11 grandchildren; Michael, Jonathon, Margaret, Matthew, Kaylie, Patrick, Rebecca , Jarred, Ashly, Taylor and Brandi, and her brothers, David E. Milks of New Hope, PA and Douglas R. Milks of Danville, PA. She is preceded in death by her husband, Allen J Carter, and her brothers James A. Milks of Selinsgrove, PA and William R. Milks of New Hope, PA. Marge was born on April 4, 1937 in Philadelphia, PA to Alton H. and Signe E. Milks. She graduated from Little Valley Central HS in New York, working briefly in Jamestown, NY before moving to Florida in 1959, where she met Allen. Marge and Allen built their own home in Geneva where they raised their family and lived for more than 50 years. She worked at Repco Enterprises for many years as a bookkeeper and administrative assistant. Additionally, she did bookkeeping for Kiddie Haven and Carter Electric for many years right up until her passing. Marge will always be remembered as being warm hearted and fun loving, whose home felt like home to anyone who visited. She loved going to the Goodwill and finding “treasures” and going to the Casino with her brother Doug. A viewing is scheduled from between 9-11:00 am Sunday June 23 at Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, 5000 County Rd 46A, Sanford, FL 32771 with services at 11:00. Graveside services will follow immediately. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Marge’s life. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Florida Hospice, 2201 Lake Lucerne Way, Suite, 100, Maitland, FL. 32751.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Gathering Sunday, June 23, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, June 23, 2019

Memories

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Mitch Carter

June 19, 2019

Will never forget our trip to the cabin with Aunt Margie. Everytime we saw a donkey we stopped for scratchoffs tickets, Margie won everytime, she bought lunch on the way up and back with her winnings. She will always be a winner in our heart. Susie and I will continue to look for them donkey's. Love you Marge, will miss you .

Joanne Hughey

June 16, 2019

Cathy, Cindy and Doug; I am so sorry for your loss! Marge was a wonderful lady and neighbor! I will miss her immensely!

Vivian Frenz

June 14, 2019

When Marge and her family moved to the Little Valley area, right down the road from me, we become best friends! Marge loved to come over and "help" me milk my family's dairy cows, by holding the tails, so it would not swat me in the face, while I milked the cows. We loved laughing and being silly together, all through the years we remained best friends 😘 lots of love...I will miss you, RIP Marge ❤

Pat Holland

June 14, 2019

Our family moved to Florida in 1967 right next door to the Carters. Margie & Allen were the first people we met. We have been friends for over 50 years, when our children were young we would babysit each other’s kids @ Christmas time to go shopping, over the years we have had a lot of fun times together . Margie will be greatly missed by our family 💕💕


YVONNE MALLETT

June 14, 2019

I remember when Margie lived with us in South Wood, that is when Jr . and her were dating, she and I shared a room together. I always looked up to her, because she was older and thought she was sooooo cool. She was always a very good friend to my Mom and Dad, She was always around for the good times and the bad.... Now She and Mom can spend all the time they want together,
" We, will miss you Margie!!!!!!!"

Lesley Murphy

June 14, 2019

I will miss Margie at the family picnics. Her stories were hilarious and she kept you in stitches. My favorite story was when she discovered her husband worked with her ex and they were good buddies. The gift she had to make anyone laugh. RIP, sweet Margie.

Betsy Taran

June 13, 2019

Beautiful picture of Marge.
She was a beautiful person inside and out and I considered her a part of my family too. I will love and miss her with each passing day until we meet again. So many memories shared that I will forever hold dear. Love you, Marge. 😘

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY