Terry Wayne Carter, Sr.

Born in Nashville, TN on April 5, 1954

Departed on December 25, 2020 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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Mr. Terry Wayne Carter, Sr. age 66, of Hendersonville, TN, passed away on Friday, December 25, 2020.

Mr. Carter was born in Nashville, TN, on April 5, 1954, the son of the late Paul Burton Carter and Alice Charline Brown Carter. He owned and operated Hendersonville Electric and Death Valley Haunted Woods. Mr. Carter enjoyed helping others and he loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. In addition to his parents, Mr. Carter was preceded in death by three siblings, Gene, Steve, and Ricky Carter.

Survivors include his three children, Shannon Dawn LaCasse, Terry Wayne Carter, Jr., and Robert Brandon Carter; four grandchildren, Bryson Cole LaCasse, Morgan Nicole LaCasse, Taylor Lynn Carter, and Jordan Wayne Carter; and three siblings, Nita Rayburn, Frank Carter (Sally), and Angela Bandy (Sid). Several nieces and nephews also survive.

Gathering of Family & Friends will be held Tuesday from 12:30 P.M. until 1:00 P.M. at Hendersonville Funeral Home.

A Celebration of Life will be held Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at 1:00 P.M., Hendersonville Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Hendersonville Memory Gardens.

Visit the online obituary www.hendersonvillefh.com to post tributes and share memories.

7 Comments to Terry Wayne Carter, Sr.

  1. Angela Bandy
    December 27, 2020 7:08 pm

    Things that describe my sweet brother, Terry, (and a wonderful uncle to our girls):

    Hard Worker
    Likeable
    Creative Thinker
    Fun Person
    Loving
    Rotten Loser To A Good Rook Game
    Dirty Santa Champ

    Love You Always and God Bless You!!!
    The Bandy Family
    Sid, Angela, Blair, Brooke, and Brandon

  2. Marilyn Carter
    December 27, 2020 7:27 pm

    Terru was always there when you needed him. He was a great brother in law and was forever cheating playing rook he always thought no one knew but we all did and had fun. You will forever be missed.

    Love you
    Marilyn Carter

  3. Rod and Missy Bandy
    December 27, 2020 8:36 pm

    To the family of Terry,

    Our deepest condolences on your loss. I remember from stories how very special he was to so many, and how much he loved life, his family and his friends. I know he will live on in your hearts, and may fond memories of Terry soften your pain and comfort you all through this difficult time.

    ‘Say not in grief “he is no more”, but in thankfulness that he was’.

    We wish you peace and healing today and always.
    With love and prayers

  4. Terry W. Carter Jr.
    December 27, 2020 8:57 pm

    My father was an unbelievable man. He would do anything and everything for the next man. Whether it was his electric company or his haunted house, he was always was hard at work. He enjoyed helping others and he enjoyed his family. I have learned so much from my father..do’s and do nots I guess you can say. Most of all iam very happy today that i was able too call Terry W. Carter Sr. my father. Wonderful and hardworking man he was. We love ya dad. Rest easy big guy.

  5. Terry W. Carter Jr.
    December 27, 2020 9:05 pm

    My father was a fun loving man. whether it was his electrical company or his haunted house he was always hard at work. One thing for sure is myself and many others never went without. He was always looking out for the next man, so much so it sometimes cost him dearly. My father too me will best be remembered for his teachings and directions. Today iam so blessed to be able too call Terry Carter Sr. my father. You were loved by many dad. Rest easy big guy…

  6. Amanda Durham
    December 29, 2020 8:59 pm

    Terry is my uncle and what a great uncle he was. From helping me if I had an electrical issue to letting me go behind the scenes of Death Valley Haunted Woods. He never let anyone scare is great niece, Skye. He was a funny uncle. He loved the holidays from Halloween to Christmas. Family get togethers where so much fun as when the adults played the dirty Santa gift exchange. He always tried to cheat to get what he wanted and if someone took it he would pout… we would always laugh as it was all in fun with him. He always made me smile. I am glad he chose his favorite day to go home. I am happy he is no longer suffering and laying up in a hospital bed in a nursing home with no family that could visit. He is home with family and that is an answered prayer. He was well loved and will be truly missed

  7. Candice Marchant Hoting Gourley
    January 15, 2021 11:45 pm

    I remember Terry in junior high and high school. I had a crush on him in the 8th grade. We had math class together. We had so much fun. I am so very sorry that he has passed. I remember his motor cycle, I still have a couple of pictures of him at Neely’s Bend jr High. He always had an “easy smile”. I will miss him.

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