of Sherwood, AR
August 20, 1928 - October 15, 2020
WILLIAM (BILL) CARTER, 92, of Sherwood left for his heavenly home on October 15, 2020 surrounded by his loving family. He was preceded in death by his parents Clarence and Hester Carter and sister Pearline Ball. He is survived by his loving wife of 72 years, Joyce, two sons Rick Carter (Lorrie) of Sherwood and Larry Carter (Tina) of Maumelle. Three grandchildren Jennifer Bruce (Chris) of Madisonville, KY, Justin Carter (Angie) of Wichita, KS and Grant Hilton (Catie) of Ballwin, MO. Five great grandsons Neilan Bruce, Carter Bruce, Alistair Bruce, Edison Bruce and Huntley Carter.Bill had a lifelong career as an automotive technician for Lincoln-Mercury. He loved his family, camping and gardening. He was Christian and a member of Temple Baptist Church in Little Rock.His family would like to thank his wonderful caregivers Lacey, Tiffany, Leslie and Chaplain Walker from Kindred Hospice.Visitation will be Tuesday, October 20, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at Roller-Owens Funeral Home in North Little Rock. All attendees are required to wear a mask.Services will follow visitation at 2:00 p.m. at Rest Hills Memorial Park.
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Many many memories growing up across the street from the Carters! Bill and Joyce have been good friends of Mom for at least 60 years. One of the last times Mom was able to drive last summer she went and visited with them and spoke to me of their sweet visit. I will always remember how perfect his yard was and how he loved working in it. Bill always had a smile on his face and was always so kind. Joyce, Ricky and Larry so sorry for your loss.Vicky
Mr. Bill and Joyce were great neighbors for along time. Praying for the family.
Love and prayers sent to students that I remember from JHS. Jean Hammons Davidson
We were saddened to hear of bro. Carter’s passing, and are thinking of your family at this time. Peace be with you. Alinda Andrews and daughter, Dina sofia
My deepest 💔 sympathy. My prayer is for your comfort in your loving memories.
Bill was my best memory from working at Union Lincoln Mercury in 79-80. He was the calmest, most civil man in the service department. May he Rest In Peace
My prayers are with you and the boys Aunt Joyce. Love you.