Obituary for Alexander (Xander) Brent Carter

Alexander (Xander) Brent Carter

Alexander (Xander) Brent Carter

Jun 3rd, 2003 - Oct 16th, 2021
Born:
Jun 3, 2003
Died:
Oct 16, 2021
Visitation Date:
October 23, 2021 - 9:30am
Visitation Location:
Funeral Date:
October 23, 2021 at 10:30am
Funeral Location:
Survived by:
Mother: Rebecca Bayless Hinton & Husband Michael
Father: Joe Carter & Partner,  Monica Swain
Half Sibling - Kailan, Shelby, Chy, Erin, Paizley & Evie
Step - Siblings: Harli Hinton
Harrison Hinton
Logan Anderson
Grandparents: Monica Bayless
Robert & Penny Bayless
Tony & Cindy Turner
Great grandmother: Betty Blake
We have a large family and he was surrounded Uncles, Aunts, Great Uncles, Great Aunts, and lots of cousins.
As well as, God parents.
His amazing Primary Nurse- Cynthia Nelson.
Presider:
Tim Post

Biography: Alexander (Xander) Carter was loved by everyone that met him. He never met a stranger and won hearts wherever he went. Xander overcome so many hardships in his 18 years of life. HIs stubbornness, his fight, and his strength allowed him to live and thrive, when many others would set limitations on him. He was fondly known as "Lil Superman".
Xander loved life, he loved music, dancing, and singing. He always had his headphones on, and was never picky about what he listened to, as long as, it was playing.
He absolutely hated to sit still and was normally always on the go. He was charming, loving, and sweet, but he was also headstrong, bossy and oh so sassy. He loved making people laugh, such a little charmer, and would do silly things to get reactions from everyone around. His innocent apperance, hide his flirtatious nature as he snuggled up to all the ladies that would come in and out of his life. He was quick to climb in their laps for smooches and snuggles.
Xander was the strongest person most of us knew, he was a warrior at heart... and would occasionally flex his little muscles when asked. Although, there was hardships, there was so much love and laughs that it did outweigh the lows that he faced. He was supported and loved by some many from the doctors, nurses, teaches, to strangers that had never met him but heard all about him. They fell in love through the stories that we all told about him. Xander was a miracle and we are blessed and honored to have had him in our lives. He will be missed every day and his story will be told for years to come. 

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