Service measured not by GOLD,
                           but by the GOLDEN RULE

Service measured not by GOLD,
          but by the GOLDEN RULE


LAKEVILLE – Richard Carlton Carter, 76, of Lakeville OH and Clermont FL died at 5 pm on October 9, 2010 from complications arising from surgery.
Richard was born in Brooklyn New York, March 24 1934.
His sister Evelyn Mocarski preceded him in death.
He is survived by his wife Maxine Miller Carter; his children Richard P
(Dickie) Carter, Diane C Stolting, David S Carter, John McCune and Randolph
Musgrove; and his grandchildren Kelly Carter, Amy and Shannon Stolting,
David Jr and Jessica Carter, Abbigail and Olivia Mccune, and Aidan Musgrove;
and his brother Joe Daniel Sr.
Richard served in the US Navy aboard the USS Tarawa CV-40 (1952-1956) during the Korean War, after serving another 28 years in the naval reserves he retired as a Chief Petty Officer. The Navy honored his years of service with a retirement ceremony aboard the USS Constitution. After leaving active duty in the Navy Richard worked in heating and air conditioning and assisted in the construction of the US Steel Building at One Liberty Plaza in New York City. Richard went on to build two successful businesses before
In retirement Richard toured the country in his motor home making friends,visiting family and seeing the country that he loved.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday October 23rd at the
Millersburg Church of God located at 10643 State Route 39W, Millersburg
In lieu of flowers please send donations too USS Tarawa Veterans Association
care of Walter Totheroh 106 North Tranquil Tr, Crawfordville IN 47933.

Memorial Contributions
USS Tarawa Veterans Assoc., c/o Walter Totheroh, 106 North Tranquil Tr., Crawfordville, IN 47933

Memorial Service at 2:00 p.m. on October 23, 2010 at the Millersburg Church of God, 10643 State Route 39W, Millersburg, OH

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