Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Cremation and Memory Gardens
3594 Stone Mountain Highway, Snellville, GA
Frank M. Carter
December 28, 1971 – January 15, 2020
Frank Mountbatten Carter, age 48, passed away on Wednesday, the 15th of January 2020. Frank was born the 28th of December 1971, to Frank and Sandra Wise Carter in Iredell County, North Carolina.
Frank was a Son, Brother, Uncle and Friend. He was an avid collector of Horror Movie memorabilia, German war memorabilia, Guns, Knives and so much more. He Enjoyed anything from the macabre, martial arts, German history, Horror movies and Alternative music. Frank played the bass guitar and was in a band for many years. He had an infectious laugh, was kind and generous. He was a great friend to so many and considered his friends as his family. Frank was one of a kind and will be terribly missed by all who knew him. He was loved.
Frank was pre-deceased by his farther Frank P. Carter.
He is survived my his Mother,Sandra Wise Carter of Salisbury,North Carolina, brother Tony Harris and his wife Karen Harris of Salisbury,North Carolina, sister Charlotte Hnath, and her husband Jim Hnath of Loganville, Georgia, brother Lance Carter of Salisbury, North Carolina; his nieces: Cara Coffman-Harris and Christy Hnath McCullough; his nephews Joshua Harris and Andrew Hnath, and many Great Nieces and nephews.
Frank desired to be cremated, and per his wishes his ashes will be scattered at a private family gathering.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Frank M. Carter
Ellie Hutchison Brabson
January 29, 2020
Found out that you died today. The last thing we said to one another was, I love you. I love you now just as much as when we met. I have loved you with all my heart since I was 19 and you were 20. I will always love you. I will see you again one day. I pray now for your family. May God keep you until I can tell you that I love you once again.
January 23, 2020
Frankie and my romantic relationship ended 17 years ago, but we remained close friends afterwards. I became friends with his future girlfriend, Kiersten, and he was the best friend to me anyone ever could be. Everyone Frankie met would prob have the exact thing to say, he was irreplaceable, truly one in a million. He always remembered what time I got off work and that’s when he would call. Our friendship was more via the phone since I moved away, but we made time to see each other whenever I visited Atl. The last time I saw him was July 4th weekend last year; we laughed and laughed, as usual. It’s hard to picture him gone. He loved his friends and family so much. His laugh is one I’ll miss forever.
January 23, 2020
Good Fella,had the back of everyone.treated people fairly.loved animals and stood up for the weak person. total class.
January 21, 2020
I've known Frank for over 20 years and I can't recall one argument between us in all of those years. He'e always been a loyal, generous and understanding friend. On the morning of his passing I relieved him at work. He normally was the one to surprise me with a burger, doughnut and or cup of coffee after our shift was over but on this particular morning I wanted to surprise him. When I pulled next to his car he was smiling and as I handed him the food that I had gotten for us I remember him laughing and saying " Casey, I can't eat all of this food!" I told him to save some of it for lunch later. He thanked me, with and smile, we both said I love you brother as we normally always did and he drove away. I never thought in a million years that that would be the last time that I would see my friend who left me with a smile on my face. He was one of kind and there will never be another one like him. I loved him dearly, always will, I'll miss him daily and I'm honored to have been his friend. My prayers are with his family and friends. May God bless you all and give you peace in your time of mourning and always.
Brandon (Brad) Hall
January 20, 2020
Very saddened right now. Don't know what else to say. He was a good person that didn't deserve to have this happen. He will be missed.