Joan W. Carter

Fort Worth, Texas

Nov 14, 1929 – Jul 12, 2013 (Age 83)


November 14, 1929
July 12, 2013
Fort Worth, Texas


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Joan Winnick Carter, 83, loving mother and homemaker, died peacefully in her Fort Worth home on Friday, July 12, 2013. Service: 9:30 a.m. Monday at Mount Olivet Chapel. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Memorials: Cal Farley's Boys...

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My Family's thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God Bless You and be with you in this time of need. Love, Rebecca Breeding and Family

My heart is heavy as I learn of the passing of Joan. My deepest sympathies to you all at this difficult time. Over the years Joan and I shared many driveway conversations but it was the most recent (not many weeks ago) that I'll remember most. She had just read a story about the woman's movement of the 1960's and told me how very proud she was of the children she raised and the life she chose as a homemaker. Such a smart, caring and interesting woman who finished that conversation with a big...

We are praying for your family as you deal with the loss of your mother.

I read the paper every morning and was saddened to see Joan Carter had passed away. I knew Joan. My late mother was life-long friends with her. My mother grew up on Birchman Ave. where Joan lived and the two were high school friends at Arlington Heights HS and after graduation both moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas. After graduating they both moved back to Fort Worth to live permanently and remained friends. I happened to see Joan a few times in the last five years and it was...

To the entire Carter family:

I was so sorry to read yesterday about your losing Joan. She was such a sweet lady, and so proud of her children and their families (and rightly so). I worked briefly at Hallmark on University Drive, and she came there often to buy cards for friends and bags of candy to send to Troy. I thought that was so touching. I always asked about all of you, and she was always beaming when she spoke of you all. I'll pray that God will give y'all peace as you deal...

To my Winnick/Carter/Williams family, I hope you all know how much I loved my dear cousin Joan. I will miss her warmth as well as her irreverent sense of humor. Much love from your cousin Joan.

Dec 2008 on Birchman St.

My deepest sympathies go out in the passing of Joan. She was a very loyal neighbor and dear friend of my mother (who passed away in 2010). I remember how Joan was there, comforting my siblings and myself, at time of my mom's passing. I remember having nice visits with Joan off and on for a couple years afterwards whenever I would visit Fort Worth. Joan will truly be missed. Gary White

You and your entire family are in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed visiting with your Mother out in the yard or driveway and having a fun little chat. Every night I would always look out across the street at her house to make sure everything was ok....I will dearly miss her being there.
There was a comfort knowing she was there looking out for us too!
Prayers and love,
Adrian Wright