Johnny Tex Carter

May 22nd 11:45 am - 11:45 am
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US Navy
World War II Veteran
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Classification 

Military Veteran 

Military Branch 

United States Navy 

Military Service 

Johnny "Tex" Carter served in the United States Navy from 1944-1948 and was awarded the WWII Victory Medal. 

Campaigns

World War II (1941 - 1945)

Mission Segments 

Inurnment Service 

Obituary

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Obituary Text 

Johnny Tex Carter ALEDO -- Johnny Tex Carter passed away at home on October 16, 2018, one week short of his 90th birthday.

SERVICE: A memorial will be held at Castleberry Baptist Church in White Settlement, November 10, 2018 at 4 p.m., 1250 Jim Wright Freeway, White Settlement, Texas 76108.

Tex was born in Venus, Texas. Graduated Carter Riverside High School and attended Arlington State College. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1948. He retired from General Portland Cement Company and Holcim Cement Company as a Maintenance manager. He was a member of the Riverside Masonic Lodge in Fort Worth. Johnny was an avid fisherman and deer hunter. He will be missed.

Preceded in death by his wife, Joye Carter; mother, Maud Carter; father, Clyde J. Carter.

SURVIVORS: Sons, Clyde Carter and wife, Sandra, John Barry Carter and wife, Shonda; step-daughters, Susan and Summer Alexander; Numerous adoring grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 

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Mark Gravit

putt4dou@msn.com

(720) 422-9221 

 

 

Part 1

 

Segment

Inurnment Service 

Mission Date 

05/22/2019 

Staging Time 

11:45 

Briefing Time

12:00

In Position/KSU Time

12:15

Starting Time 

12:30 

Staging Point 

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery

Staging Address 

2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy

Dallas, TX 75211 

Map Link 

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Part 1 Details 

The family of Johnny "Tex" Carter has honored the North Texas Patriot Guard Riders with an invitation to complete their mission to Honor Mr. Carter's Service to our Country, which began on November 10, 2018 at his Memorial Service.

Mr. Carter and his family are close friends of former PGR Texas State Treasurer and active State Board Member and Support Member and Rider, John "Obi-Wan" Watts. Mr. Carter has completed his Service to Country and Community by donating his body to UT Southwestern Medical School and is now ready to join his wife, Joye Ellason Carter, in a dual Inurnment Service at Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. Mrs. Carter predeceased Johnny on July 6, 2007. Our certificate was presented to the family at Mr. Carter's Memorial Service in November of last year.

After the mission briefing, honor bikes will move to the staging lanes to await the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Carter and their family and friends. All other Riders will move to the shelter to set the flags and await the arrival of the procession. We'll then stand tall and silent in honor of Mr. Carter's Service to our Country. At the conclusion of the Service, flags will be returned to storage, and the Riders will be debriefed and dismissed. 

Support 

Yes Sue and Mark James 

 

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