Bobby Floyd Carter of San Antonio passed away on May 25, 2020 after reaching the age of 88 years old. After months of feeling ill he dies peacefully at home in San Antonio with brother, Joe Malone and his nephew Rod Malone .
Bob was born on April 30, 1932 in Haynesville, LA to Myrtis Ward and Floyd Carter. As a young boy he lived in Haynesville, La attending school and working. Bob moved to Ft. Worth, TX, and fell in love with high school sweetheart Aron Jackson who gave birth to Bobby's first son Bobby Jackson-Carter .
Bob attended Hampton University. Bob met and married Mary Cooper in South Carolina and enlisted in the United States Air Force.. Bob was stationed in Denver, Co. Mary gave birth to their only daughter Bernadine V. Carter and son Eugene Carter.
He was a young entrepreneur with a determination for success like no other. He and Mary shared the same entrepreneurial spirit and together launched B&M Enterprises which consisted of Fairfax Liquors, Bobs Smokehouse and a plethora of real estate.
In 1999 Bob married longtime friend Gladys Hoard. They spent 20 years together and called both Denver and Las Vegas, NV their home. Bob accepted and loved Glady's Children as his own.
Bob was affectionately known as Duke, Colorado Bob and a host of other nicknames. He loved golfing, traveling by automobile and motorcycle, fishing, jazz and good food but his greatest love and
passion was his family and friends.
Bob leaves to mourn: his wife Gladys Carter, Denver, CO, Sister, Arlean Stanley, Kansas City, KS, Brother Joe Malone, San Antonio, TX, Son Bobbie Jackson-Carter, Ft. Worth, TX, and his grandchildren Bobby
Davis III, Ft Worth, TX,, Akyra Jackson, Houston, TX, Johnathan Carter, Atlanta GA, and Larry Anderson, Ft. Worth, TX.
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