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Lisa Ann Carter

Dyer, Indiana

Feb 11, 1949 – Jun 30, 2021


February 11, 1949
June 30, 2021
Dyer, Indiana


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Smits Funeral Home - Dyer Obituary

Lisa Ann Carter, nee Seals, age 72, of Dyer, IN, passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 30, 2021.  Beloved wife of over 51 years to William L. Carter Sr.  Loving mother of William L. (Lori) Carter Jr., Ryan (Amy) Carter, and Micah (Beren) Carter.  Dear grandmother of Quinn, Cole, and Keaton.  Loving sister of Rosa (Carl) Fleck, Ken Klawitter, and the late Judy Klawitter.  Loving aunt of several nephews and nieces especially her niece Lee (Klawitter) Berry during this time of need.  She is also survived by her loyal dog, Lulu.  Preceded in death by her parents John and Gayelle Seals.  Lisa graduated from River Forest High School in 1967.  She worked at Gulf Great Lakes Packaging in Dolton, and was a member of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Schererville.  Lisa enjoyed family, flowers, birds, fishing, sewing, and quilt making.  She was loved by many and will be dearly missed.  

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Sorry for your family , may she rest in peace.. Pat Stratton Hann

Lisa and I we’re friends since Jr High. Always a sweet and caring person. She was especially loyal to her friends. I will miss you at our RF girls’ breakfasts but will truly miss you friend. You were my very first Facebook friend and encouraged me to join. Prayers and hugs to Bill and sons and grandchildren. Whom I know you were super proud of.

I am very saddened by the loss of Lisa. We visited each other, shared stories, talked for hours, and enjoyed many other activities. Lisa was so caring and thoughtful, she would invite and welcome you into her home. She would do this if she thought you had nowhere to visit, especially during holiday celebrations. I admired Lisa’s creative, artistic, and talented abilities. She could take the simplest idea and make it into something beautiful. Lisa was such a kind and caring person. I will...

I've known Lisa since we were kids❤ She was such a great friend! Lisa met her husband at one of my party's. You will be missed Lisa

I was just thinking about her and what a sweet person she was. She will be missed.

I am so sorry that Lisa has left this world, she was such a creative, loving person. Prayers for the family.

So sorry to hear this news,love and prayers to our family

Lisa, you will be missed by all those who loved you and knew you. You welcomed us into your family with all the love you showed everyone. I loved watching you engage with your Grandchildren. My memories will live forever. ❤

Lisa was more then someone I worked with, I consider her a friend! On are lunch hour we’d go and walk the park and we talked about everything! She would always tell me about her and Bills latest Go-track adventure or the little ponds they found to fish in! Is he was so excited when her first grandchild was born. Her family was everything too her! Lisa was a kind generous loving person that was always there to help! I’m so sorry for your lost Bill you were also the love of her life!