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Michael Ternell Carter was born October 21, 1977 to Laura Mae Carter and Michael White in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He departed this earthly life on Sunday, July 29, 2018 at Lutheran Hospital.
"Mikey" as he was affectionately called by family and friends was a loving husband, father, brother and son. He had a smile that would light up any occasion. He was employed at FCC Adams in Berne, Indiana. He enjoyed playing video games especially the PlayStation 4. He would play 2k18 (Basketball) with whomever came by, which would be Jeremy Church and sometimes Robert Banks. Mikey would talk so much mess...but, he would always win, if not, he would be so mad, there had to be a rematch. Besides the video games, he loved spending time with his family especially his wife and kids. Mikey also had a unique flair for clothes and shoes.
Michael was united in holy matrimony to the love of his life Kanosha Renee Haney on October 26, 2012. They were married for five years but have been together for over 20 years.
Michael leaves to cherish his loving memory, his loving and devoted wife, Kanosha R. Carter; daughters, Mikeyona Carter, Mikeya Carter, Mikeosha Carter and RiaTionna Barker all of Fort Wayne; father, Michael White of Lima, OH; brothers, Contrice Carter of Indianapolis, Dawayne Carter and Tarocus Carter both of Fort Wayne, Toriono Jones of Flint, MI and Cory Wright of Lima, OH; sisters, Tonya Carter and Laytonnia Bridges both of Fort Wayne, Lashawnda Hurley, Ivy McWay and Mekel White all of Lima, OH; grandmother, Etta B. Carter of Fort Wayne; mother-in-law, Rose Haney of Fort Wayne; sister-in-law, Kiera Carlisle of Fort Wayne; two brother-in-laws, Charles "Marcus" Moore-Haney of Fort Wayne and Robert Haney, Jr. of Indianapolis; special friends, Marcus Allen, Cory Chapman, Percy Fitts, Jr. Tory Humphrey, Antoine Ingol, Zondra Lee, Sr. and Justin Tucker; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, godchildren, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Laura Mae Carter; maternal grandfather, Samuel Edwards; paternal grandparents, Paul White and Mary Davis-White.
Burial in Covington Memorial Gardens