Talmadge Herbert Carter

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Talmadge Herbert Carter, 88, of 138 Moody Avenue, Candler, died Friday, April 28, 2006, at Pisgah Manor Health Care. A native of Barnardsville, he was a son of the late B.H. and Cora Belle Styles Carter and was also preceded in death by a daughter, Wanda Turner. Mr. Carter worked at the America Enka plant for 46 years and attended Faith Tabernacle Church. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Holcombe Carter; a daughter, Sandra Hearn of Candler; two brothers, Melvin B. Carter of Asheville and Wayne Carter, of Robbinsville and a grandson, Jimmy Hearn of Florida. Graveside services will be 1:30 pm Monday at Pisgah View Memorial Park with Pastor Jerry Watts officiating. No formal visitation is planned at this time.

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  1. Mrs. Carter,
    Mr. Carter will be missed. He was a very nice person.
    Vickie Hawkins
    Kenny Kissinger
    C.J. Rich Nationwide Insurance

  2. Talmadge will live on in many of us. We cannot forget his sense of humor, the twinkle in his eyes and his honey. Most of all through his life he instilled in many a love for our Lord. Rest well, Talmadge,we will join you in that Celestal city one day.

  3. Evelyn and Sandy, I am So Sorry about Talmadge. Glenda called me from Barnardsville Sat and told me. Lee Maney had called her. I have visited Evelyn twice at the Rest Home…I bought her a flower and took it out there…Talmadge (Tash, as my Mother used to call him) will be missed.. Mine and Locke’s Prayers are with you, and God will help you through this….

  4. Evelyn,
    We are so sorry for your loss, but Talmadge meant so much to so many. I will never forget, as a child, how he would always cut up with us kids. He was a great man and a very loving husband to you. He meant the world to my Papa Conner and Nanny Conner.
    God bless you. Now Talmadge is walking streets of gold… healthy and whole.

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