Glenn Helen Carter was Born November 21, 1961, in Natchitoches, Louisiana and departed this life to enter into eternal glory on June 22, 2021 at Integris Baptist Hospital, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
She attended Natchitoches Central High School and later moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
She accepted Christ at an early age and was united with First Baptist Church on Amulet Street, in Natchitoches, Louisiana, under the leadership of Pastor H.E. Baunam.
She was preceded in death by her parents John Sr. and Orelia Carter, three brothers- John Carter Jr. , Staff Sgt. Donald Carter and James Carter, one sister- Gail Carter of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, one grandson, six nieces, two nephews, five aunts and fifteen uncles. She leaves to cherish her memory three children: Toya Carter of Del City, Oklahoma, Demetrize (Big Mechie) Carter (Keyia) of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and KeeShauna Carter of Taylor, Texas, two brothers, Robert Carter (Michelle) and twin bother-Glen Edward Carter (Tonya), twenty-four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, two sisters, Annie Hicks of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Joyce Ballet (Raymond) of Moore, Oklahoma, two aunts, Augusta Williams of Austin, Texas and Ethel Mae Carter of Beaumont, Texas and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Helen loved her family unconditionally and adored her children and grandchildren, and in turn she was adored, loved and cherished by many.
She always enjoyed family and friend gatherings, working puzzles, playing bingo, eating pastries, drinking Coca-Cola and of course candy – even with some restrictions, she just had to have at least one bite of those sugar filled goodies.
Last but not least, she had a delightful sense of humor and was even said to be a comedian on occasion.
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