Bert Carter Obituary, Death – Bert Carte Utica City in New York State, has passed away on December 2, His parents, Lula Selena Jones Carter, welcomed him into the world 1916. On September 6, 1952, I wed Mildred Brown, who was from South Carolina. On June 14, 1954, Apostle Richard L. Evans performed the sealing ordinance for them in the Salt Lake Temple.
He was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in various capacities within the organization, including as a branch President, counselor in the Massachusetts-Rhode Island District Presidency, President of the North Ohio District (10 branches), Young Men’s President (four times), Stake President’s Counselor, serving on three Stake High Councils, Public Affairs Director for the Washington State Mission and six Stakes, and serving a two-year Church Service Mission in the At addition, Bert worked in the Salt Lake Temple for a decade during that time.
His service and activity in civic organizations includes positions as President of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers Salt Lake City Chapter, President of the Utah Society Sons of the American Revolution, President of the LDS Hospital/Deseret Foundation (Gold Caduceus Award), President of the Boy Scouts of America (Eagle Scout, Quartermaster in the Sea Scouts Vigil Honor, Silver Beaver), and National Jamboree Public Affairs Officer. He has also held positions as Vice President of Finance and Council Commissioner for the Seattle Council (member of Key 3). Since 1956, Bert has been a part of the organization known as Rotary International.
He has been a member of numerous different boards and organizations within the community in a variety of locales. He is an active participant in the Professional Photographers of America as well as the International Platform Society. included in the Marquis Who’s Who in the West, America, World, and Religion directories. His autobiography, which he published under his own name, was named “The Sunbeam Years.” His survivors are optimistic that his name will eventually be recorded in the Book of Life. His life was a tremendous gift to all of those who had the opportunity to know him.