Carol Weber Carter Teacher, principal

March 21, 1993

Carol Weber Carter, a former teacher and school principal in Centreville, died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after a stroke. She was 53.

The former Carol Weber was a native of Williamsport, Pa., and a 1958 graduate of Renovo (Pa.) High School. She moved to Centreville in 1962 after graduating from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania.

She taught at Centreville Elementary School from 1962 until 1966 and then was principal until 1968.

She was a lay reader and lay minister of the Eucharist at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Centreville, and a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Her husband, Clayton C. Carter, is a retired judge of the Queen Anne's County Circuit Court.

Services were conducted Friday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Centreville.

In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Rachel MacDonough Carter of Chestertown; two stepdaughters, Marcia Carter Mason of Charlottesville, Va., and Nancy Carter Kendrick of Roanoke, Va.; her mother, Helen Dickey Weber of Renovo; a sister, Helen Schultz of Westport, Pa.; and a step-granddaughter.

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