Wilma Carter

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Wilma Carter, 68, of Columbus, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 surrounded by family.

She was born to the late Ardamon Binford and Ophelia Johnson on September 18, 1952 in Brownsville, Pennsylvania.

Wilma was a lifetime member of Rehoboth Temple Church of Christ. She was on the usher board, greeting committee, hospitality committee, church of Jesus Christ international women’s council, Rehoboth women’s ministry, and the Templeaires choir. She retired from SBC/AT&T in 2002 after which she became a child-care provider for 10 years.

As the youngest, but toughest of her siblings she was a no non-sensed straight shooter who loved traveling, working crossword puzzles, doing yard work, and shopping in her leisure. She was a superb dresser especially when it came to her fabulous hats. She was a loving, devoted and protective mother and grandmother who kept the great-grands in line with the assistance of “do good”.

Her greatest joy was serving wherever she was needed with a loving attitude. Her beautiful personality and radiant smile are what others loved so much about her. Wilma’s prayer was that everyone would love one another as God has commanded us to do.

She leaves to cherish her memories daughter, Michelle (Anthony) Peaks; grandchildren, Deliqua Peaks, Anthony (Amber) Peaks, Ashley (Terrence) Chavis; great-grandchildren, Devin “Pat Peaks” Peaks, Adrienne Peaks, Tymier “Reck it Ralph” Peaks, Legend Chavis, Finley Peaks; sisters, Carolyn Smith of Atlanta, Georgia; Annette (James) George of Akron, Ohio; brothers, Wilfred Hilson, Lamar Jaynes; special friend, James “Roy” Brown; best friend, Gloria Turner and a host of uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

PRIVATE Visitation 10:30 AM and Funeral Service 11:30 AM Saturday, October 24, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Interment at Green Lawn Cemetery.

Online Obituary Donation in memory of Wilma Carter

Condolence Messages

  1. To Michelle and grandchildren I am so sorry about Wilma. She loved Michelle and grandchildren and all her extended family you r in my prayers I worked with her through out het career st AT&T

  2. I am sending my condolences to the family. She will truly be missed. May the LORD continue to bless the family in this time of need love Robyn Hawkins and family.

  3. Patricia Seabury McKenzie

    On behalf of the Seabury family from Urbancrest, Ohio, our sincerest condolences to Wilma’s family and friends. Wilma was a childhood friend of mine and I remember her as a very sweet and kind person with those beautiful freckles on her face!! May she rest in peace….Much Love, Patricia Seabury.

  4. To the Family of Wilma Carter: I offer my sympathy to you all. I worked with Wilma at Ohio Bell Telephone Company in Data Processing; CMR, & CPPO for many years. I was saddened to hear of her passing. I will always have so many fond memories of Wilma and the many years that we all spent together on the 3RD Floor at 104 North Third Street.

  5. To the family of Wilma Carter I send my Condolences you all are in my prayers. Michelle and Carolyn I’m so sorry to hear about your Mom and Sister remember I’m here if you need me love you all

  6. Kenneth & Joann Skeaton

    To the family of Wilma Carter.
    I’m so very sorry for your loss. My prayer is that the Lord comfort you all and give you peace. May the memories and love you have hold tight in your hearts forever. Blessed are memories our loved ones leave behind. Comfort and hugs to you all.

  7. To the family of Wilma Carter We send are Condolences and Prayers. God Rest Her Soul.

  8. Sharon Combs-Wright

    To the family of Wilma Carter, I am so sorry for your loss. We grew up together in Urbancrest. Wilma was a delight to be around. She will be missed. I offer my deepest condolences to you all. Praying for her family.

  9. To the Family of My dear Sister in Christ Wilma I extend My deeply condolences to You all. May God continue to Bless each and every one and just know that Your Angel will always watch over You all. God Blessing to You Today and every Day. Sister Ruth Waldron

  10. Such a Wonderful Person! Even though Brett did her hair, she supported me wholeheartedly. That was my Girl! Heaven has truly Gained An Angel! Be of Good Courage Michelle! She is in the arms of Our Lord and Savor.

  11. Mike, Hazel Perry

    To the Family of Wilma Carter, We send are Condolences and Prayers, God Rest Her Soul

  12. Michelle, my deepest sympathy in the loss of Wilma! She was my first real friend. I saw her a couple of years ago. It was a great reunion. Praying for you and your family.

  13. Shelley (Michelle) & family. I am sending love & hugs during this difficult time. Mrs Wilma will truly be missed. She is at peace now. Hold on to the memories, they’ll see you through. Rest well Diva!
    Love you, Gerrie & the Pearson family

  14. Michelle, my deepest condolences and prayers for you and your family. Your mother was the first person I ever called a true friend. Love you!

  15. Rest In Heaven Wilma

  16. Wilma was a beautiful, kind and gentle spirit. I praise God for our paths crossing and for the privilege to call her my friend. We had great times as members of the Ohio Bell/ AT&T family.
    Please accept my sincere condolence and prayers. Till we meet again Blessing’s and Love.
    Michelle, remember God will take Care of You.

  17. Prayer Band of Rehoboth Temple

    To the family praying for you. We the prayer band from Rehoboth Temple Church. Love you and will keep you in our prayers.

  18. Dear Michelle & Family. Wilma and my sister, Debbie Wheat, were roommates when you were a little girl. I use to love to come over and visit them. We all adored you. I left Ohio over 40 years ago but was glad to hear she and my sister reconnected a few years ago. Sending love, peace and sincere condolences during this sad time. You will be in my prayers.

  19. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
    I had the pleasure of working with Wilma at the telephone company for many years.
    Lots of fond memories. May she rest in peace.
    Mary Jo

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