Anita Carter


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Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnessess 3550 Bargaintown Road, Bargaintown NJ US Friday, Sep. 10, 2010, 11:00 am

Obituary of Anita Louise Carter

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Anita Louise Carter was born on January 21, 1951 in Patterson, New Jersey. She was the 4th of 9 children to Louella & Henry Taylor. Anita was educated in the Atlantic City & the Pleasantville school systems. She later went on to nursing school at Atlantic Community College. She was a nurse for over 30 years. She started at Atlantic City Medical Center in Pediatrics and worked at various locations since including private duty work. Her last job was with Dr. Peter Kuponiyi as his office manager. Anita had 3 children, Louis, Marita & Kelly Taylor. She later met Al Carter and and after they married Anita had a 4th child, Taylor Carter. Anita and Al have been married for over 20 years. What stands out most about Anita was her devotion to Jehovah and her love of sharing his good news with others - even while being treated in the hospital, she was still spreading His word. Anita always had a goal of pioneering and continuing to serve Jehovah in every capacity available which she was able to do. More than anything Anita had always wanted her family to come to know Jehovah. She was even able to go to an international assembly of Jehovah's Witnessess in Greece. Some of the best memories people have of Anita is her laughter and her willingness to help anyone in need; along with her gourmet cooking. Family and friends were of the upmost importance to her. From making chocolate covered pretzels to helping with school projects, Anita enjoyed having the time and opportunity to spend with not only her children, but also grandchildren, nieces, nephews, even great-nieces and nephews-who affectionately called her "Neen". Anita loved a good book almost as much as she loved a good joke. Anita was very creative and artistic. Her home always looked picture perfect from the paint on the walls to the little items she placed throughout. Anita also enjoyed learning about different cultures and international cuisine which everyone was able to enjoy when she hosted one of her parties. Words cannot encompass all that Anita did in her lifetime and all the lives that she touched. She will be sadly missed by her children, family and friends, also by her fellow servants of Jehovah. Most importantly she recognized that her faith in Jehovah was not in vain.
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