Terry Carter Obituary Kentucky: Terry Lynn Hagan Carter, 61, of Tompkinsville, spent away Tuesday, Aug. 4, encircled by her caring family during treatment at UK Healthcare in Lexington for a concise ailment.
She was conceived Nov. 6, 1958, in Tompkinsville to the late Melba (Short) and Gene Rowland Hagan. She moved on from Tompkinsville High School in 1976 and earned her Registered Nursing degree from Kentucky Baptist Hospital in Louisville in 1980.
Terry Lynn wedded William Michael Carter Aug. 7, 1976, at the Tompkinsville home of her folks.
She worked 42 years as an attendant before resigning in January 2020; she had filled in as head of nursing, a home wellbeing medical attendant and a trauma center medical attendant at Monroe County Medical Center. She additionally served eight years as a Republican board individual from the Monroe County Board of Elections.
Terry Lynn, referred to tenderly as Taddy to her family, made every moment count. She zeroed in on improving life for people around her, including her patients, associates, companions and particularly her adored group of four kids and five grandkids, including three arrangements of twins. She experienced her adages that “it’s smarter to offer than to get” and “never leave behind a chance to celebrate.”
Those praising her life incorporate spouse Michael Carter, M.D.; girls Allison Rains, M.D., and husband Martin Rains, M.D., of Paducah, Caroline Carter and Cassidy Carter, both of Tompkinsville; child John Michael Carter and wife Aryn of Lexington; grandkids Carter Gregory Rains, Madeline Charlotte Rains, Brooks Michael Rains, Elizabeth “Ellee” Carter and Jack Hagan Carter; siblings Steve Hagan and wife Jane, and John Hagan and wife Crystal Hagan, D.M.D., all of Tompkinsville.
The memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7, at Tompkinsville First Baptist Church. Entombment will be private.Appearance is 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Yokley Trible Funeral Home and after 9 a.m. Friday at the congregation.Articulations of compassion are proposed to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to pay tribute to Jack Hagan Carter or to Monroe Carell Jr. Youngsters’ Hospital at Vanderbilt University to pay tribute to Caroline Carter.In consistence with the Kentucky Funeral Directors Association and Gov. Andy Beshear rules, it is mentioned that all visitors wear covers and practice social separating. No open parlor will be accessible.