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Mrs. Elaine Taramangos Carter

Jasper, Alabama

Jun 22, 1945 – May 22, 2016


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Kilgore Green Funeral Home Obituary

Elaine Taramangos Carter, 70, of Jasper, passed away Sunday, May 22, 2016, at her residence.

Visitation will be Wednesday, May 25, 2016, from noon until 2 p.m., at Kilgore-Green Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Wednesday, May 25, 2016, at 2 p.m., in the Kilgore-Green...

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I lived across the street on Edison Ave. Elaine, Gaye& I were good friends, & were in Rainbow Girls together. When I last came & stayed with Gaye, we talked to Elaine on the phone. She was so sweet, but a little mischievous. I loved all the Taramangos family RIP Elaine---you will be sorely missed. Brenda Appleton Palmer

Your smile and laughter in the hallways of Sheffield High School will always be remembered.

Our world has less goodness in it with the absence of Elaine. We are crying for her family and all of us who have so many sweet and fun memories of her. We are so grateful that we had her as a friend and pray for the family to have peace, comfort and healing.
David & Liz Wann Nunley

mrs carter was my PE teacher at curry high school, she truly loved teaching physical education. one day we may have been playing softball and the next we would be learning how to square dance.i believe mrs carter truly cared for the students she taught as well. there's no doubt she will be missed.

Mrs. Elaine Carter was such a wonderful teacher and role model. She was more like an aunt to me than a teacher. She taught me so much throughout my life. She treated me like I was her own child. I would've never made it through my elementary, middle, and high school years without her. Mrs. Carter made a positive impact on my life and I will forever be grateful for that. She will be greatly missed!!

Mrs. Carter was my teacher and my friend both at Thach and at Curry. She taught me many things about being a good sport and a good person. She always had a hug and a smile for me when I saw her. RIP Coach.

May the Lord wrap his loving arms around this family and comfort each of the hearts hurting over the loss of such a special lady and provide peace and understanding and the strength to make it through the days ahead

I met Mrs Carter in 1978 at Thatch school as a kindergarten student. We stayed at Thatch till it closed and went to Curry and she was there. Mrs Carter was a wonderful lady with a heart of gold and someone who really cared about her students. This news really saddenes my heart because of the many many childhood memories she is a part of. And the amazing positive influence she was in my life. Rest in peace Mrs Carter