In Memory: Thomas Glen Carter, "T.G."
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TG entered the hospital on February 14, 2008, for a procedure to remove a blockage from one of his arteries and suffered a stroke when a piece of plaque broke off during a procedure, entering his cerebral artery. After a tracheotomy procedure, TG experienced complications, went into respiratory failure and passed away in the early morning hours on February 27, 2008. TG was a true patriot, a Civil War history buff and a lover of his two Rottweilers, Rambo and Dixie. TG held his family and friends as his greatest and most valuable assets. He is survived by his wife Jodie, son Tommy and daughter Lynn. His caring and genuine nature will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
TG retired from the Jacksonville, FL Sheriff's Office after 23 years prior to entering the repossession field. His career included supervising the Evidence Tech Program entailing all major crime scene collection and preservation of evidence. TG founded and supervised the Sheriff's Blast Bomb Squad as well as its Narcotics Squad until his retirement. After retiring, he went to the FL Dept of Law Enforcement (FDLE) as a special agent. Upon leaving FDLE, TG began his next career opening the American Lenders franchise in Jacksonville. He joined with RSIG as All American Recovery of Jacksonville, Jan. 16, 1997, which he believed, was the best decision of his business career. Elected to the Board of Recovery Specialist Insurance Group in June of 2000, TG served on several committees, including the membership committee. His goals were to make a closer working relationship with all member offices.