Alan Carter Obituary, Death – The demise of a beloved family member within the Artisan Millwork community has left us inconsolable.
We regret to inform you that Alan “Al” Carter has left us and are writing to share the news with you. This is something that we are doing with heavy hearts. After a valiant battle against cancer, he passed away on Wednesday after a long and heroic battle. At the time of his passing, he was attended to by his loved ones on both sides. During this difficult time, we want Al’s family, including his wonderful wife Earlyne, to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them.

Please remember them in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts as they go through this difficult time. Nobody who ever had a conversation with Al had a single negative thing to say about him, and we are all aware that he was one of a kind. No one had a single negative thing to say about him. He would immediately cease whatever he was doing in order to aid a person who was in need of assistance. Al didn’t only have employees and clients; he also formed lasting connections with everyone he worked with, and he will be sorely missed in ways that are difficult to put into words.

Al had a lot of people he worked with. People are going to miss him the most for the things that he did on a regular basis, such as expressing genuine concern for others by inquiring about their health and making it very evident how much he cared about them. Not only did we collaborate on projects with him at work, but we also thought of him as a buddy in our personal lives.

The funeral is going to be held in St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Park Ridge, Illinois, on November 19th, 2022. The date and time of the event are still to be determined. 260 North Northwest Highway is the location of the church in question. The viewing will commence at 9:30 in the morning and continue until the beginning of the service at 11:30 in the same morning.
To the utmost of my ability, and with the deepest sympathy,
Dan Glod President