Cha Carter born Oct. 22, 1956, fell asleep on March 19, 2014, and will awaken when The Lord returns and she meets him in the air.
She was the wife of Dr. Richard Carter married Oct. 27, 1993, besides being a wife, mother and grandmother she was his business partner and the love of his life. She was the office manager at Carter Chiropractic in Delaware and the person who met the suffering that would enter their clinic with a warm smile that highlighted her kind spirit and was just the thing that let you know you had come to the right place and would be treated with dignity and respect. Together they alleviated the suffering of untold thousands of Central Ohio patients. Doc Carter treated them and Cha would fight the insurance companies for the patients' right to treatment.
She is preceded in death by her parents and a brother. Surviving in Korea are 2 brothers, 3 sisters and their families 3 children Jennifer married to Eric, Jessica, and Kimberly, 5 stepchildren Christopher married to Kate son Hyatt, Phillip married to Lisa pregnant with third child also Lydia and Jacob, Clare married to Joshua daughter Pauline, Joseph married to Cheyenne daughter Amaya, oldest daughter Kalei died within a week of birth, and Rosie married to Ben, son Luke and daughter Josephine.
She was a member of Korean Presbyterian Church of Columbus, well known and loved in the central Ohio Korean community. She spread joy and her love of God to whoever she would meet. Well known for being the best and most delicious Korean food cook in central Ohio, she also made the delicious sushi at the Houk Road Kroger store in Delaware helping her friend at that stand. In her spare time she liked to sew, knit and especially crochet. Though now she is asleep safe from the suffering of the world but will wake up at the return of our Lord Jesus Christ her commitment to spare the suffering of so many assures her heavenly rewards for surely he looks kindly towards those who spend their lives in the service of others. May we be inspired to emulate her knowing that in all her endeavors as a wife, mother, grandmother, health care worker and friend she set an example we should all strive to achieve.
Services For Cha T. Carter will be at Schoedinger Worthington Chapel 6699 North High Street Worthington, OH 43085 Saturday March 22 starting at 5 p.m.