Elaine Dillon Carter

Gretna, Louisiana


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Elaine Dillon Carter entered into eternal rest at Ochsner Foundation Hospital on Saturday, September 26, 2015. She worked for the Louisiana State Office of Children Services and Department of Health & Hospital Services as a Medicaid Analyst for 35 years. Daughter of the late Aldonia Lee Steele and Donald Dillon. Sister of Richard (Shirley) Harang of Lithonia, GA and Marlis (Dianne) Harang, Sr. of Marrero, LA. Aunt of Marlis Harang, Jr., of Chino Hills, CA, Steven Harang, Kyranique Washington of Marrero, LA, also survived by a host of other relatives and friends. Age: 61 years a native of New Orleans, LA and a resident of Marrero, LA Relatives and friends of the family also pastors, officers, and members of St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church and neighboring churches are invited to attend the funeral service St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church 6223 6th Ave. Marrero, LA on Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 10:00a.m. Rev. Edward Joseph, III officiating. Visitation will begin at 8:00a.m. until service time at the above named church. Interment: Restlawn Park Cemetery-Avondale, LA Arrangements by Davis Mortuary Service 230 Monroe St Gretna, LA To view and sign the guestbook, please go to www.davismortuaryservice.com.

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You will always live in my heart. Rest in peace my wonderful sister.

Elaine and I worked together at the Medicaid Office, as a matter of fact we were desk mates. She was a sweet, nice and fun person. Take your rest Elaine, I know without a doubt God met you at the gate.

Elaine and I worked together at the OFS Office years ago. She was a sweet, gentle spirit. May God bless her family during this time.
Joyce Armstead

God knew you were tired, he heard his child, rest my friend , rest in the Lord. You will be truly missed .

To you Marlis and your family, may I ask that God Bless and comforts you in this and all time. Love, hugs, and kisses. I am sorry, I know it hurts.

May god bless your family in this time of sorrow. Keep god first and he will bring you through.