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Coble Ward-Smith Funeral & Cremation Service

3915 Oleander Drive, Wilmington, NC

OBITUARY

Jeff Junior Carter

August 31, 1942January 9, 2020
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Mr. Jeff Junior Carter, age 77, born and raised in Cairo, Georgia and recently moved to Rocky Point, North Carolina died Thursday, January 9, 2020. He was born August 31, 1942 to Jeff Carter and Rebecca Johnson Carter.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his sister Dolly Hines.

Mr. Carter is survived by his wife, Linda Carter of the home; daughters; Wanda Casper (Ronald) of Raeford, NC, Nikol Anderson of Rocky Point, Angela Allen (Chris) of Spartanburg, SC, Patsy Wilson (Harvey) of Thomasville, GA, stepsons; Jamie Lane (Hilary) of Hampstead, NC, William Ivey (Carrie) of Rocky Point, NC, Ronnie Harner (Anita) of Raeford, NC, 11 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, brothers JN Carter and Jessie Carter (Gussie) both of Cairo, GA.

Mr. Carter loved the Lord and his church, Hilltop Bible Baptist along with his family very much. His favorite past time was fishing.

A Memorial Service will be held at 1pm on Monday, January 13, 2020 at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral & Cremation Service with Military Honors presented.

Online condolences may be made at www.coblewardsmithwilmington.com

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  • Memorial Service Monday, January 13, 2020

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Mickey/Janice Brown

January 18, 2020

To Linda and family: Thinking of you and remembering you in our prayers. We have missed you here in Cairo, GA. Love you. Mickey and Janice Brown

Richard Jordan

January 15, 2020

Sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. Mrs. Linda you are in our thoughts and prayers! I still love your old house in Cairo and your old tenants ask about you all often. Take care!!

Billy & Marilyn Willis

January 13, 2020

Linda, our thoughts and prayers have been and will continue to be for you and your children. Brother Jeff is fishing in the crystal river, catching fish that don’t have to be cleaned. We can all sit down up there one day and reminisce about all the great times we had. We’ve been recalling the time at Lake Talquin when Jeff, Patsy and us got caught on the lake in that lightening storm and when we got back to the camper you were on your knees crying and praying. Thank you for all you and Jeff did for the Lord at HBBC. We love and miss you all.

Vicki Johnson

January 13, 2020

Jeff was the kindest man. I am so glad he was part of our family. Linda, we love you and the kids. I can see the smile on his face on his heavenly arrival and reunion. Praying for God's Love, peace, and comfort to surround and sustain you.

opal hanley

January 13, 2020

Linda so many days I find myself wanting to go down Willis rd.to see you all I miss you so much and always enjoyed the time I spent with you and Bro Jeff will see you both in Heaven if not before I love you.
Opal Hanley

Glen and Cindy Scoggin

January 12, 2020

Mrs Linda we are so sorry to hear about Bro.Jeff, we are praying for you and the family. Thank God Bro. Jeff was saved and we know we will get to see him again.
Bro. glen said one thing he remembers about Bro. Jeff is when he prayed while taking up the offering he would always say and Lord those that are not here please make them a little bit miserable so they know they need to be here. That always stood out to me as his pastor. One thing I will not forget is how y’all made me kiss that pig 🐖🐷🐷. Love you Bro. glen an Cindy

Jack&sue Scott

January 12, 2020

We first met Bro. Jeff and ms. Linda in 2004 when we moved to Cairo from Florida and joined Hilltop we sure missed them when they moved away. Just wanted to tell Linda we love her and will be praying for her and the family .

Margie Davis

January 12, 2020

I was a baby sitter for Angela and Patsy she they babies. Please know how sorry I am. Jeff was always a kind person and he loved his girls

Gloria Pyles

January 11, 2020

Tommy and Jeff grew up together, graduated and went in different directions, lost touch until we started attending Hilltop Baptist Church. They renewed their friendship and we spent many evenings sharing a meal and playing cards. It was sad when they left Cairo and I never thought that would be the last time we would see Jeff. Linda, we love you and miss you.

Cynthia Hargrove

January 11, 2020

I remember one time at Hilltop when the youth were having a scavenger hunt, and Jeff took out his false teeth to help his team win! Linda, I remember your beautifully decorated house and helping alter some of Ray’s clothes! Both of you hold a special place in my heart, and I thankGod for you! Praying for comfort and peace in this time of loss!

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