1951 Loticia 2021

Loticia Carter

December 7, 1951 — March 27, 2021

Loticia Laschomb Carter, also known as Sue, 69 of Grasonville, Md received her wings on Saturday, March 27, 2021. She was born on December 7, 1951 in Easton, Md to the late Percy and Annabelle Hurdle Williams.

Sue, as she was affectionately known by many, spent most of her years in Queen Annes County. She was loved and cherished by so many as they crossed her path.  She attended the Queen Annes County Schools.  Sue previously worked at Islander Seafood, United Shellfish, and ConAgra. Her final place of employment was in the Queen Annes County School System with Sodexo Food as a cook at Stevensville Middle School.

Sue enjoyed listening to spiritual gospel music with her one-year-old great-granddaughter. She loved shopping at Roses Department Store and eating with the “Golden Girls.” She loved vacationing in Ocean City and eating out with the “Golden Girls: Mary, Sybby, Lottie, Marlene, Ray, Debbie.”  She was a mother to all children who came in her presence.  She was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, and friend.  She was whole heartedly dedicated to her family and friends.  She will be missed by all that loved and knew her.

Sue leaves to cherish fond memories with her husband 53 years Dennis Carter; 3 children: Chenell Collins (Keithy), Amilwe Carter Smith (Kirk) and Moses Carter; grandchildren: Keon Williams, Ke’shayla Collins, Tamir Carter, Nevaeh Carter, Kyran Rogers, Passion Carter, Waunya Smith, Acesin Carter, Amarion Smith, Qualib Carter, Caleb Mourning, Sky’Jae Carter, and Treasure Smith; great grandchildren: Da’Kiya Green, Deric Green III, Xavier Smith and Fendi Green; sisters: Theresa Dixon (David) and Carolyn Williams (Giovanni); and a brother, Dale Williams (Connie); special friends: Mary Jones, Sybby Wheeler, Shirley Foote, and Earleen Brown, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends. She is also survived by a special niece who would always bring her coffee, Val White.

In addition to her parents, Sue was preceded in death by two sisters: Denise Williams and Bessie Adkins; and one brother, Edward Hurdle Sr.

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