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Marjorie Frances Butler Carter

Augusta, Georgia

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AUGUSTA, Ga. - Marjorie Frances Butler Carter, the widow of the late Dr. James E. Carter, Jr., was born July 23, 1906, in Columbia, S.C., the fourth child of Frank K. Butler and Susie Jumper. She passed away on Monday, January 2, 2006. She completed her early education at the Howard Elementary...

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To The Carter Family,
Mrs. Carter was a friend and inspiration to all who knew her. A devoted student, LOIS CRAWFORD CUNNINGHAM class of 43'

To The Carter Family:

I had the honor of having had Mrs. Carter as a Chemistry Teacher at LLH. She was always knowledge of
subject matter.

My family (The Leaveretts)and your parents were neighbors since the time they moved to Fitten Street.
They will be truly missed.

Our prayers and condolences goes to you and your family.

Lula Evans Moses LLH CLASS OF 1956

Jimmy and Judy,
The loss of a mother
is like none other.
Only God's grace
can fill that empty place.
With much sympathy,
Betty Nickerson
Melrose Bennefield

Dr. Carter and Family,
I was deeply sadden to learn of your loss. Mrs. Carter will always be remembered by me from my high school era as my chemistry teacher. From Mrs. Carter I was inspired to pursue a career in nursing.
May your family retain the precious memories that have been given to you by Mrs. Carter. You will remain in my prayers and may God guide you and strengthen you through this time.
With my deepest sympathy.
(former student from Haines...

With our deepest sympathy

To Jimmy and the entire Carter family: Please accept my deepest sympathy at the loss of your family matriarch. May her memory and all her good works remain with you always.

Sincerely,

Wilma A. Sykes-Brown, M.A.
Medical College of Georgia
School of Medicine

Jimmie and Judy,

We are so sorry to hear of Aunt Marjorie's passing. Aunt Majorie always displayed a great deal of love and kindness toward all she knew. We were blessed to have been a small part of her life. Please realize that everyone shares your loss as Aunt Majorie was truly a great lady for the times. We just want to express our sorrow. Keep your faith in God always and he'll see you through. .

Charles C. Johnson, III
Columbia,SC

I extend my most sincere and deepest sympathy to the Carter family. Mrs. Carter was my chemistry teacher at Haines. So, this is to the memory and honor of a great person, a great teacher; one who helped me become and have a successful professional career. I respected and loved her dearly.

To the family
May your faith bring you strength and comfort during this time of beverement.

Charles Tate