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Gary Edmund Carter


Howard Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center Obituary

GARY EDMUND CARTER "The Kid" 57, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL went to be with the Lord on February 16, 2012. Born April 8, 1954 in Culver City, CA, he was the son of James H. and Inge. Gary will forever be remembered by the love of his life, his wife Sandy, with whom he enjoyed 37 years of marriage,...

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Wilfredo Rivera. All my respect to one of my favorite players of all time. i work on his house in the storm shutters.

Recently enjoyed 'Kid, A Gary Carter Story' on SNY. Though he is never forgotten, the film reinforced what a great player and wonderful person he was. I am still very sad that he was taken so soon, but try to remember that everything is by God's plan. Love and appreciation to the Carter family for sharing your story.

U will always be missed n remembered love u number 1 fan 4 evamiss u Gary Carter

Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Dear mr. Carter you were the best Expos player ever you will be missed

Gary ,

Living in Montreal I had the pleasure of watching you play Baseball at the " BIG O " ... even met you once and we chatted for about 5 minutes. In my eyes you and Johnny Bench are the 2 best catchers of all time -

May God rest your soul ~ R.I.P.


To Gary Carter,
I thought you were a great baseball player for the New York Mets. My prayers go out to your family and teammates, God Bless you Mr. Carter. Lisa Weiner

Kid, gone but never forgotten...just knowing i will not run into you as we did from time to time. hurts great ballplayer ...better person . R. I P. gary.... Tony D