Julie Ann Carter

DANVILLE, Va. - Julie Ann Carter, 60, of 111 Rugby Road, Danville, Va., went to be with the Lord on her birthday.

She was born Sept. 4, 1944 in Keystone, W. Va., the daughter of the late Ferrie and Stanya Battoia. Mrs. Carter was associated with the Danville Social Security Office for 35 years before retiring Sep. 3, 1995.

Well loved and leaving to cherish her memories are her husband, William Tommy Carter and sons Keith Carter, Kevin Carter and daughter-in-law, Christy Carter; her pride and joy granddaughter Savanna Carter. She has a twin sister, Joann Greenwald and brother-in-law, Larry Greenwald of Vernon, Conn.; an older sister, Regina Furches and brother-in-law Earl Furches of Princeton, W.Va.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the graveside in Roselawn Cemetery, Martinsville, Va. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Daniel G. Lackey. The family requests in lieu of flowers memorials may be sent to the Danville Cancer Association, 2323 Riverside Drive, Suite J. The family will receive friends at the residence, 111 Rugby Road, Danville.

Wrenn-Yeatts Funeral Home, Westover Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
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Published by Danville and Rockingham County from Sep. 5 to Sep. 6, 2004.
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Tommy and family:

I first met Julie when I went to work at the local SSA office in 1981. She was one of the sweetest persons that I have ever had the privilege of meeting. So gentle, loving and kind, patient beyond words and loved her husband and children so very, very much. She worked part-time so that she could give more of herself to her family. She was devoted to her job and worked so hard to get her work done so that it wouldn't get behind. She will be missed by you all and we will miss her too. Working part-time at the Danville Register and Bee obituaries I was aware of her death very soon afterwards. It was truly a shock.
May God bless you and comfort you and keep you in His care. Our heart and prayers go out to you.
Gladys Jones
September 19, 2004
My deepest sympathy is extended to all of the family at the passing of your loved one. Julie's memory is one that will remain because of her gentle and quiet spirit. I truly count it a blessing to have worked with her for 17 years prior to my transfer. In the days ahead, try to remember that there is no "death". Life goes on forever and ever. We simply change form. Hold all of your memories close and know that she is at peace. My prayers will be with you. Deepest condolences, Marilyn P. Taylor
Marilyn Patricia Taylor
September 7, 2004
Mr. Carter, Keith and Kevin,
I would like to send my deepest condolences to all of you. Julie was a very kind, loving and generous individual. They don't come any better. Remember that God has her name in the book of life. My family's thoughts and prayers are with you.
Daniel, Nora, Clarissa and Daniel Jr.
Daniel Davis
September 7, 2004
Heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and friends of Julie. She was truly a special lady who was loved by all. You're in our thoughts and prayers. May peace be in your hearts.
Sincerely,Karen,Brittany & Nicholas
Karen Fillion
September 6, 2004
Kevin and Mr. Carter we are so sorry about Julie. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you as you get through this time of grief.
May God Bless each of You!!
Don & Barbara Travis
September 5, 2004
I,m sorry for your loss Kevin and family,me and Chase are thinking of you. We love you Kevin, from robin and Chase.
Robin Stallings
September 5, 2004
I went to G.W. with Kevin. I am so sorry to hear about Julie Ann, you are all in my deepest thoughts and prayers.
Julie LaRue
September 5, 2004