ALFRED CARTER 111, better known as "Trey", was born on September 16, 1996, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Sharon Carter and Alfred Carter Jr. He departed this life suddenly and went to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on September 21, 2020.
Trey received his education in the Baltimore City Public School System as a Maritime Industries Academy High School graduate. After he graduated in 2014, he began working for the Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Division. His first day of work, his mom was on an international cruise, and she assigned his sister Woo with the task of waking him up every morning until she returned. Although Woo thought this was ridiculous, she still managed to complete the request.
Trey had a unique style of fashion. His taste was purely authentic, unusual and memorable. He enjoyed riding dirt bikes as a hobby, especially popping wheelies while putting on a show in the neighborhood. He was well-loved by many; everyone who encountered Trey could not help but love him.
Trey was preceded in death by his grandparents, Gwendolyn (Weensey) Johnson, Deborah lacks, Alfred Carter Sr., Gwendolyn (Ala) Carter.
He leaves to mourn: his mother, Sharon Carter, his father, Alfred Carter Jr.; step-mother, Jewel; one sister, Ebony (Woo); one step-sister, Darnisha; one step-brother, Keith; two nephews, Dondre' and Jayden; three aunts, Sheila, LaTonya and Tawanna; two uncles, Wayne and Bernard; one great-aunt, Daisy; six great-uncles, Joseph, Wycal, Douglas, Lawrence, David and Abdul; two godmothers, Sharon and Bonita; a special cousin, Davon; a special friend, Malik (Tay) and a host of relatives, friends and loved ones.
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