Aubrey Janae Carter

Aubrey Carter

Aubrey Janae Carter, age 34, was born December 18, 1985 to Curtis & Gail Carter in Columbus, Ohio. Aubrey went home to be with The Lord on Sunday, October 4, 2020.

Aubrey also known as “Bre” and affectionately called “Bre Butterfly” was an amazing person and the life of the party! She absolutely loved to spend time with her family, traveling, laughing, and making everyone else laugh. All her nieces and nephews loved hanging out with their “Auntie Bobbi”. She was a self-proclaimed sneaker head and food guru. She enjoyed cooking and trying new recipes. Aubrey kept it real with us all. If you wanted to know the truth about something, all you had to do was ask her. She also loved movies and music. One of her favorite things was quoting movies and music with her big sister, Ariel. Aubrey was an extremely strong person and wise beyond her years.

Aubrey attended East High School and Whetstone High School. She also worked at The Sunrise of Bexley Assisted Living Center before being diagnosed with breast cancer. She started out as an aid, but quickly moved up to a manager position. She had a special heart for seniors and was also very dedicated to her job. That goes to her character, always working hard to succeed and make others feel better. After her recovery from breast cancer, Aubrey began participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in support of breast cancer awareness. She really enjoyed attending the races with her mother, Gail. They referred to each other as “The Wonder Twins” as they were both survivors. Right before Aubrey went into the hospital again, she made it clear that she wanted to be baptized. By the grace of God, in the days before her sunset, her request was granted. Aubrey was baptized on October 1st and again gave her life to The Lord.

Aubrey is preceded in death by her Grandfather, Curtis C. Carter, her Great-Grandmother, Cleotha Haley, her grandparents, Harvey J. & Norma J. Russell and her stepfather, William D. Cooler.

Aubrey is survived by her father, Curtis A. (Trabia) Carter; mother, Gail D. Carter; siblings, Ariel J. (Germain) Robinson, Armoni D.P. Cooler, Angel J. Cooler, Monet E. Bumper; nieces, Aleiyce J. Green, Mi’Angel J. Cunningham, La’Miyah E. Cooler and MaiOri E.J. Lee; nephews, Mason D. Cunningham, Mekhi P. Cooler, Aiden A. Cooler, Titan P. Lee; and a host of loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Aubrey would want her family to bind together in love. She will be tremendously missed by all.

“Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”
John 14:27 NKJV.

PUBLIC Visitation 11:00 AM

PRIVATE Visitation 12:00 PM Funeral Service 1:00 PM Thursday, October 8, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Condolence Messages

  1. Aubrey I always and forever love you girl
    Your spirit was a blessing in presence
    I will forever be grateful for the opportunity to know you from your strongest to your weakest moments

    Forever your friend
    Keitha Hawkins❤️

  2. I am so sorry for your loss of Bre! She was an amazing woman who always made everyone smile and laugh even on days she did not feel well. She will be missed by everyone! I will be praying for you all!

  3. To the family of Bre Im.so saddened to hear of her passing I took care of bre at the facility she was in
    I was an aide she always made me feel. Appreciated and thanked me for whatever it was I did for . My heart breaks to hear of here of gaining hee wings.

  4. We are saddened to hear about your family loss.
    May the support of family and friends be a source of strength and the God of comfort a refuge in your time of sorrow. Thinking of you all.

  5. Ed Holland & Family

    To Nick and Family, we are sorry for your loss but thankful for Heaven’s gain. Know that Bre’s choice was one that secured her eternal rest with our Father. The tears that you shed will turn to memories as time passes. May God grant you peace and comfort as you bid farewell to Bre. Share the memories she has left and know that she will always be with you in your heart.

  6. I am so sorry for your loss. You are all a wonderful family of loving people who help the world. She will be missed but never forgotten.

  7. I never got to meet you but I heard amazing things about you from your sister Ariel. May your soul be at peace and your spirit live forever .

  8. I may saddened of the loss of my spiritual sister Beautiful Bre Butterfly . She will be missed but never forgotten. She was a joy to call my friend .

  9. My heart is broken. You were always so positive and energetic. We got into so much together. I’m in awe of the beautiful person you continued to be inside and out into adulthood. My prayers are with your family. May God comfort and bring peace to them as only He can. Rest In Peace Bre ♥️

  10. Chrissy ( Bobissy) Thome

    My love and hugs to the Carter family. I love Aubrey and the times we shared. She always had a way to make me laugh, even when it was the goofy things. Remember and share the funny things, she would like that.

  11. Gail, I am so sorry for the loss of Aubrey. I know there are no words that can comfort right now but do know that I will be praying for you and your family during this difficult time. Heaven has another angel.
    Grace and Peace

  12. Until next time my friend. All my love.
    XoXo

  13. I love you cousin. I know we weren’t as close as we should’ve been but lord knows my heart. Until we meet again. RIH Bre

  14. Aubrey, my 1st cousin. I remember us loving to hangout. I apologize for not being around in my adult life. This hurt so bad to be written my goodbyes. I love you a lot cuzzin. God has brought you home now to become the true you are, sweet, loving, caring, very strong! Know that you have your wings fly high, watch over us. We love you miss you deeply, you are Bre The Amazing Beautiful Butterfly ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
    Auntie Gail I love you! My apologies for your lost.
    Your a strong Women! I’m sending prayers!!!!!!

  15. God needed another angel. Thank you Lord for lending me Aubrey for a season. Now it’s time for you to spread your wings and fly with no imperfections I love you and you will be missed. May God comfort your family and give them peace

  16. Praying for the family she’s in a better place

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