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Jeanivee Quintella Jackson Walker Carter

Born: 11/21/1920 Died: 07/26/2009 Maiden Name: Jackson Honorific: n/a

Jeanivee Quintella Jackson Walker Carter, 88, passed away in Oklahoma City on July 26, 2009. She was born on November 21, 1920, in Atoka to Fulsom Chelsea and Mattie Bell Mead Jackson. She graduated from Atoka School in 1938. She was employed as a phone operator for Southwestern Bell in Atoka. Jeanivee was a longtime member of Cottonwood Baptist Church, Eastern Star and Cottonwood Home Demonstration Club. She married Carl Walker in 1938 in Atoka, and later married Ernest E. Carter in 1955 in Oklahoma City. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ernest E. Carter; a grandson, Jeff Vietta; a stepson, Ernest Mac Carter; four brothers, Lamar Jackson, Lloyd Jackson, Hayden Jackson and James Jackson; a sister, Virginia Phillips; three infant sisters; and son-in-law John R. Vietta. She is survived by her children, Virginia “Gennie Bell” Vietta of Durant and Sue Ann Humphrey of Stuart; eight grandchildren, John E. Vietta and wife Debbie of Durant, James Vietta of Dallas, Texas, Heath Davidson and wife Jeanne of Coalgate, Greg Davidson and wife Krystal of Tushka, Jaila Humphrey and Seth Humphrey, both of Stuart, Brad Carter and wife Sherry, David and wife Jamie, all of Seminole; six great-grandchildren, John Michael Vietta and Jacob Logan Vietta, both of Durant, Kadencee Drinnon of Stuart, Hunter, Briar and Rainey Davidson of Coalgate; a daughter-in-law, Kathy Carter of Seminole, other relatives and many dear and loved friends.