Georgia May Carter

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September 24th, 1929 - January 4th, 2014

From: Alton, MO
Visitation: 6pm-8pm Thursday, January 9, 2014
Clary Funeral Home - Alton, MO
Funeral: 11am Friday, January 10, 2014
Clary Funeral Home - Alton, MO
Burial: Many Springs Cemetery - Alton, MO

Georgia May Carter, age 84 of Alton, MO was born September 24, 1929 in Corning, AR and passed away January 4, 2014 at the Ozarks Medical Center, West Plains, MO.

Survivors include, daughter, Debra McNamer and husband Clarence, son, Les Carter, brother, William “Buck” McConnaughay, three grandchildren, Heather Hinkle and husband Frank, Wayne Carter and wife Lorane, Aaron Carter and wife Holly, two great-grandchildren, Wesley Hinkle and Athena Carter and numerous other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Wilbur Hocking and Cora (Duff) Hocking, her husband Lester Lee Carter, two sisters and one brother.

Services will be 11:00am Friday, January 10, 2014 at the Clary Funeral Home, Alton, MO with burial in the Many Springs Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday, 6:00-8:00pm at the funeral home.

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Condolences Received:

Pam Simpson
06 Jan 2014, 04:19
I was saddened to hear of Ms. Carter's passing away. I've known her for years thru my work at the Alton Senior Center. She was a wonderful person & I will miss her. My sympathy and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
Chrissy Wilson
06 Jan 2014, 14:39
So sorry to hear about Aunt Georgia. She was so sweet to my family. Keeping you all in our prayers.
Heather McNamer Hinkle
06 Jan 2014, 14:45
With the passing of my Grandmother, let each one of us take the time to consider how she impacted each of our lifes and to remember the wonderful memories that are left behind. Share your stories and moments with each other and in this way she will not be forgotten. My thoughts are with the family.

Pat Hausman
06 Jan 2014, 17:10
I have had the privilege
of calling her Aunt and I loved growing up and seeing her smile, I never remember a time that I felt she didn't enjoy life. She was talented in needle work and her abilities caring for her animals. I loved taking my mother to visit with her because we enjoyed it so. I am thankful she has been a part of my life. We will keep her family in our in our prayers.
Joyce Brooks
06 Jan 2014, 17:39
I'm sorry to hear of the death of my Aunt Georgia. I remember her as a person who liked to joke around and laugh a lot. In her later years, she looked so much like my Mom, who was her half-sister. I believe they are together, with other family and friends who have gone on to be with the Lord.