Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Cremation and Memory Gardens
3594 Stone Mountain Highway, Snellville, GA
Arthur "Scott" W. Carter
October 10, 1976 – January 30, 2020
Forty-three years ago, an amazing, wonderful blessing came into this world. We were so blessed to help raise and watch this remarkable person become a man and father.
Scott, as he was affectionately called was a devoted son, father, grandson, cousin, nephew and friend to so many. He loved life, overcame more than his share of obstacles, and always stayed positive and found the bright side. Kind, loving and generous to a fault, he would do anything he could to help a friend or acquaintance. Scott loved to travel, loved the water and especially loved time with his daughter, Samantha, at the lake, at the beach, or just spending time together at home.
Scott will be greatly missed and is survived by his mother and father, his daughter: Samantha, Aunts: Darlene, Kelly, Donna, Gail and Helen, Uncle: Ed, Cousins: Olive, Keighley, Pat, Jake, Jonah and Hannah and countless 2nd and 3rd cousins, and loving friends Andrea, Crissy, Shan and many, many more.
While flowers are appreciated, we feel that a "good deed" for a friend, acquaintance or even a stranger in Scott's memory and honor would be a wonderful way to "pass it on".
- Visitation Tuesday, February 4, 2020
- Funeral Service Wednesday, February 5, 2020
- Committal Service Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Arthur "Scott" W. Carter
February 16, 2020
You will be loved and missed. I am going to miss your voice. I am going to miss u texting me and calling me. It's not the same. What am I going to do if I dont hear your voice
February 6, 2020
I don't want to believe that you are really gone. I will miss hearing your laughter. The boys and I will miss you Scott. I will never forget you or the time we spent together.
February 3, 2020
Remembering the good times at your family home and the great walk around the lake at Tribble Mill Park.
Rest In Peace Scott
February 1, 2020
Dear Scott, I will so miss your big bear hugs. You never failed to give me one and ask me how Brenden was doing. Now that your in heaven you can be Brendens guardian angel. Watch over your Mom, let her know your still with her. You guys were a team. I am so glad I had the honor to know you. One of the sweetest, innocent people I have ever known. This world needed more people like you. Rest in peace , free of pain finally. Love