Terrynce Jermane Carter was born on March 12, 1991, from the union of Willie Carter and Rachael Carter-Hooks. He attended John Marshall High School but graduated from Konawa High School in 2009. Terrynce attended Job Corps in Guthrie, OK where he acquired the skills of carpentry and welding. He accelerated in his artistry and loved to turn a piece of wood or metal into his own artwork. He came from a musically inclined family and extended his talents beyond measures. Terrynce aka Mak Tooly, recorded a few raps lyrics on Sound Cloud.
Terrynce Carter was an immensely intelligent young man. He loved hard and was a well-mannered young man. He had a special love for his mom as well as for his dad. His love for his sisters, Daijah and Nakitta, will be irreplaceable. Terrynce was a man of a few words but always had a pretty smile with deep hard dimples (thanks to his grandmother Delores Turner).
Terrynce will be greatly missed by all who loved him. He left this world but not the people who love him the most. Terrynce is now an angel to his parents, Willie Carter of Mississippi and Rachael Hooks of Oklahoma City. He is watching over his sisters, Nakitta Powell and Daijah Carter both of Oklahoma City. Terrynce is smiling down with his deep dimples on his godmother, Fayatte Johnson and his aunt Naomi. Terrynce has been reunited with his maternal grandparents William Powell and Delores Turner, paternal grandparents Mamie Huddleston and Willie Anderson, Aunt Ladonna Powell, and his big brother Arlando Powell with whom he shared a birthday
Terrynce Jermane Carter knew and accepted the Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Rest with the saints of the Lord in Heaven.
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