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Clarence (Sunny) Carter, Sr.

Memorial for Clarence (Sunny) Carter, Sr.

Born in Austin, Texas on Mar. 8, 1934
Departed on Dec. 24, 2011 and resided in Austin, TX.
Visitation: Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2011
12 pm - 7:00 pm
Service: Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011
10:00 am
Cemetery: Evergreen Cemetery
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Mr. Clarence Carter Sr. (Sunny), age 77, was born to Fannie Mae Williams and Wilmer Carter on March 8, 1934 in Austin, Texas.

He attended Austin Public Schools. He professed a hope in Christ at an early age joining Fredrick Temple Methodist Church and later uniting with Simpson United Methodist Church.

Sunny was a devoted employee of Morgans Gulf for over 25 years. He then became employed with Eddie Slack Chevron until his retirement in 1996 where he worked as an auto mechanic..

He was preceded in death by his wife, Emma Lee Davis Carter whom he wed in 1958; one son, Roy Lee Wolford; one daughter, Willie Mae Burkley; Father, Wilmer Carter; Mother, Fannie Mae Williams; brothers, Harold Gene Carter, L.G. (Dick) Harper, DeOscar Bell; and stepbrother, Jackie Williams.

Sunny leaves eight children to cherish his memory: Barbara Bradshaw, Masharon Ross, Nathan Bradshaw (Valerie), Clarence Carter, Jr, Janice Lee (Donald), Sheila Matthews (Dennis), Sabrina Nichols, and James McMarion all of Austin, TX.

He also leaves to cherish his precious memories his life-long love and friend, Ms. Sewilla Jackson of Austin, Texas; seven sisters: Betty Jo Scott, Fannie Howard, Ethel Deshay, Beulah Foley, and Ruth Williams of Austin TX; Patricia Davis (Willie) of Aurora CO, and Wilma Jo Mason of Houston, TX; one brother, Leonard Spence (Marie) and one stepbrother, Don Roy Williams (Ethel); twenty grandchildren, forty-two great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, and numerous other relatives and friends, including special friends, Ms. Mamie Lovings and Rosa Washington, both of Austin, TX.

Sunny was a loving father, grandfather, brother, father-n-law, uncle, and a true friend. He was loved by all that knew him, and never met a person that was a stranger. You will be greatly missed, rest in peace.

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