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Annie Elizabeth Carter

12/22/1948 - 11/02/2022


Obituary For Annie Elizabeth Carter

In Loving Memory of Annie Elizabeth Carter Celebration of Life Services are as follows:

Viewing - Friday - Nov 18th - 6:00 - 8:00 PM At the Funeral Home Chapel. 6691 Pembroke Road Pembroke Pines, FL 33023

Service- Saturday- Nov 19th - 11:00 A.M. New Macedonia Baptist Church 2201 SW 48th Ave West Park, Fl 33023

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  • 11/19/2022

    Pertrinka and Bridget May fond memories of your aunt Ann bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. She will truly be missed and I will include her in my daily Prayers. Ann soul is now free. Leola Carter Cousin

  • 11/18/2022

    Pertrinka and Bridget my heart is broken it hurt to wright these words but God knows best. I'm here always. Rena, Veronica and Family.

  • 11/17/2022

    Pertrinka and Bridget, I am praying for your strength daily. May God continue to demonstrate his powers in your life and keep you both safe in his arms during your time of bereavement. Rest on Auntie Ann until the trumpet sounds we love you but God loved you most. Much love from The Gilbert,Leveille,and Maharaj Family. 1Corinthians 15:58

  • 11/11/2022

    Praying for the family

  • 11/08/2022

    To the Family I remember as elementary school mates, my brother, sister and myself would go to Ann's house before school to wait for her to get ready for school and then we would walk to Eastview together , We were classmates for the duration of elementary junior high and high school. She is at rest now and home with God. Inez Jordan

  • 11/08/2022

    The Sumter High Class of 1966- Americus, Georgia expresses our Heartfelt Condolences to the family of our classmate, Ann Elizabeth Carter...May Our Loving God embrace with His Hands of Comfort during this time. Leroy Henderson- Reunion Class President: Calvetta Carter Perry- Class Information Specialist.

  • 11/05/2022

    My love, Bridget and I told you to the very end that we loved you and would be with you. You loved us so much that you didn't tell us many things because you didn't want us to worry about you. We asked you to keep pushing and not give up but you said to me "I will give out before I give up". I thank you for never giving up. Our hearts are truly broken but we thank God for your life and that you're no longer in pain. We love you endlessly and will forever cherish our memories. "You Win" Sleep like a child peaceful and deep, I pray the Lord your soul to keep ! Bridget and Pertrinka

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