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James "Jim" Carter
died September 8, 2006



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Tom FarrisLinda Crowder Brudi
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By: Linda Crowder Brudi Sep 12, 2006
James and I had the same Counselor at Adamson all through High School. He was always such a nice guy and funny. Everyone loved him. James was always full of life. I am sending you my sincere Condolences to his family. W. H. Adamson Class of '62 Reunion Committee
Linda (Crowder) Brudi
By: Rod McFarland Sep 11, 2006
Jim and I met in the 4th grade at James Bowie in Oak Cliff and became good friends. We played baseball, basketball, football together in grade school and Jim was the best catcher around in Little League. We had paper routes in grade school and high school. There are so many stories to tell.

Jim and I got back in touch just before our 40th high school in 2002. We have been getting together for golf outings ever since. Just last month, Jim invited some of us to Huntsville and Conroe to play golf for 2 days. We had a blast! I will never forget the good times with Jim.

To his wife and family, I offer my sincere condolences. I just wish I could be there for the funeral to tell everyone what a "good person" Jim was.

Big Jim, we will miss you very much. Hit them straight!
By: John Beaty Sep 10, 2006
James and I came to be brothers with the blending of our families when he was 17 and I 18. We had many pleasant Sunday afternoon meals and football games at our parents' home during the sixties. As he married and started his career, we continued to share family times during holidays and special occasions. Jim had an infectious laugh and zest for life. It is the ultimate sadness that his life came to a sudden end while he was still a young senior and he found such happiness in Conroe with his wife, Exa. Shocked and saddened, we must accept these events and remember the good times and his full life. I wish that I could be there and share this mourning but also the celebration of Jim's life. Pressing matters here keep me from being there. I do offer my sympathies to the family and my thoughts and love go out to Exa, Ann, Karen, Clark, and Craig and their families. We have the Cowboy game on here and I know that Jim must be cheering, quarterbacking, and enjoying this new season while in a better place. Good-bye for awhile Jim.

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