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Patricia Marie Carter of Baltimore, daughter of the late Edward N. Peterson
and Virginia Bell Williams was born on February 6, 1948. She departed this
life suddenly on Tuesday July 9, 2019.
Patricia who preferred to be called Pat was educated at Carver Vocational
High School. She also attended Coppin State College where she majored in
Patricia was blessed with 3 daughters Tracey Dionne', Kimberly Patrice' and
Crystal Danyai' that she loved and was very proud of. Patricia's early
employment included working at Westinghouse Electric Company and Legal
Aid. She later was employed at the Department of Labor, Licensing and
Regulation for over 20 years until her early retirement in 2003.
Patricia attended Fountain Baptist Church in Baltimore City early in life
where she gave her life to Christ. She looked forward to the Saturday church
services her senior living community held where she was a greeter and also
went to weekly bible study. She also loved going to church with her daughters
at Morning Star Baptist Church. She loved God and was in constant commu-
nion with Him.
Patricia didn't let her disability stop her from enjoying life, she loved bus
trips, crab feasts, cookouts, singing, dancing (even in her wheelchair) and
laughing. She had a great sense of humor often laughing at herself. One of her
favorite past times was shopping from ever catalog known to man, she
absolutely loved fashion and everything associated with it (shoes, jewelry,
handbags, etc). Her motto was if you love it buy it in every color available.
Patricia was self-commissioned as the one woman welcoming committee in
her senior living community. She felt it was her job to make new residence
feel at home. She was loved by the people that encountered her there with
them often remarking to her children, "your mother is so kind". She assisted
them anyway she could even with her own disability.
Patricia is survived by her step-father Henry W. Brice who raised her; 3
daughters Tracey D. Jackson, Kimberly P. Carter, and Crystal D. Carter; 3
grandchildren Traimar R. Brown who proceeded her in death, Jennifer N.
Jackson and Kendal J. Carter; One great grand-daughter Adreaun N. Brown.
First cousins, Ronald Rhodes (Annie), Ibrahima Kassama (Millicent), Wendy
L. Johnson (Dwayne) and Neal Rhodes. Her childhood best friend of 60+
years Beverly Booth and a host of other family and friends.