Judith Hallam Carter

April 18, 1950 - February 24, 2015
Judith Hallam Carter


This amazing woman. This wife, mom, nana, daughter, sister, friend. This takes-your-breath-away-beautiful, loves-life-and-everything-in-it, best friend and biggest cheerleader took her first breath in heaven on February 24 at 64 years young.

We are so heartbroken for those that knew her and the void she leaves in our hearts. We are so thankful for His grace that set her free from the chains of unfair disease, and for His promise of her eternity.

Our angel watches over her husband of nearly 40 years, Ed Carter; her daughter and son-in-law, Hilary and Jimmy Brady; her son and daughter-in-law, Matthew and Jade Carter; her brother Bob Hallam; her four grandbabies, Taylor, Aubri, Keely and Riley Brady; and countless individuals that called her friend. Heaven is a brighter place with our angel in it!

A memorial service will be announced at a later date.

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  • March 08, 2015
    Peggy Klinger says:
    I met Judi when my son Will and Matt became friends in elementary school. What impressed me was her warmth, sincerity, and kindness. I remember that she always went out of her way to make sure the boys had fun. Her love of Matt was so transparent. What a devastating loss to your family. My sincere condolences to the Carter family. God bless you all.

  • March 10, 2015
    Frank weir says:
    I went to high school with Judi in Northville, Michigan. Did not know her well but I sure remember that smile. Big as all outdoors and always kind and sweet. Big loss for the world with her passing. I'm so sorry to hear this.

  • March 10, 2015
    Russell Howerton says:
    Ed my thoughts and prayers are with you in this time. We have fond memories of you here in Winston Salem. I hope sunshine will come into your life again. Russ Howerton

  • March 10, 2015
    chuck frogner says:
    We went to high school together. What a wonderful person! She also threw the very best parties at her parents house in Northville Estates. Her parents were great, and we all learned to slow dance in their family room. She will be missed.

  • March 10, 2015
    Deb Pickren Zerafa says:
    I grew up around the corner from Judy in Northville Estates. She was the girl we all strived to be like, happy go lucky, friendly, and kind to underclassmen (1972) like me. I trust her family finds comfort in knowing how wonderful she was to others whom they don't know.