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Memorial Service

Mt. Carmel American Legion Post 72
Saturday November 7th, 2020

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Charles Nathan Carter

UNION TOWNSHIP - Charles "Chuck" Nathan Carter, age 42, passed away on October 28, 2020, at Anderson Mercy Hospital. Charles was born on April 29, 1979 to Debra Carter-Baker (nee Plummer) and Charles Carter. He was raised by his mother Debra and stepfather Victor Baker. In addition to his parents, Chuck is survived by his beloved daughter Lilly Ann Carter, Lilly's mother Lizza (Matt) Knabe, and his grandparents Nora Plummer-Thompson and Derwood "Pops" Thompson. Chuck was preceded in death by his brother Joey Carter. Chuck was known for his kind soul, willingness to lend a hand, and for being the life of the party. He will be dearly missed. A Memorial Service/Celebration of Life in Chuck's honor will take place on November 7, 2020, at Mt. Carmel American Legion Post 72, 497B Old State Route 74, Cincinnati, OH 45244. Please RSVP with Debra Carter-Baker at 513-283-4059. The family requests that attendees bring their favorite picture of Chuck. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Lilly Ann Carter Scholarship Fund any 5th/3rd Bank location.

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Sorry to say good bye to my son that I hardly ever got to see after him being with him for almost 7 years before his mother and I divorced. But I do have to say to all of his friends "THANK YOU, HE LOVED ALL OF YOU"

Charles K. Carter (OLD CHUCK) Nov 11 2020 2:29 PM

I met Chuck back in the High School days as well. I remember when he got his White Cutlass, I remember the wheels, the loud stereo. I remember the day he got the red mustang and pulled into my parents driveway with it. I remember cruising Eastgate with him. You're going to be missed brother! If you run into Colt up there make sure you say Hi from all of us! You were taken too soon man! See you on the other side man!

Kevin Payton Nov 6 2020 11:15 AM

I met Chuck back in high school I remember he always loved his mustang. I didnt know him well back then but knew he was a good guy. Fast forward to last summer I got reunited with him up at the islands and this summer he came out boating with us several times and every time was a blast, he was so much fun and made our summer a blast. He always wanted to make sure everyone was having a good time and was happy. Ive never met someone like him and Im so sad that we wont have anymore great times together. He was taken way to soon.RIP my friend

Krista Lanham Nov 4 2020 3:18 PM