Kevan Carter

Obituary of Kevan Carter

Kevan William Carter was born on December 28, 1989 in Federal Way, Washington to Bedez Burnette Carter and Kevan Carter, Sr.

Kevan passed away Tuesday morning on July 23, 2019 and entered the peaceful gates of Heaven. He is preceded in death by his grandparents Mildred and Juan Cruz, LaRoi Carter Sr., and Harry and Antoinette Burnette.

Kevan was a sincere man of God who deeply loved the Lord. He had a kind spirit and was blessed with a genuine loving and caring heart. Kevan’s father described his son as being “as gentle as a lamb, but fearless like a lion.” He had a strong work ethic and could light up any room he entered with his million-dollar smile. Kevan shared his passion for music with his father. He loved his mother’s cooking and spending time with his sister, Nicole who was his best friend.

Kevan spent his childhood and teen years in Tacoma where he played football at Wilson High School. He always loved music and was a talented performer. He was able to combine his love of music and football by creating a popular Seahawks anthem titled “Seahawks Time.”

For the majority of his musical career, Kevan pursued his dream of performing, creating and producing music under the stage name K Cartier however his most recent album was released under the name Melosive Major. His passion for music took him to Los Angeles and back to Washington where he resided in Puyallup with his family.

Kevan is survived by his father Kevan Sr., mother Bedez, his sister Nicole Carter Enera (Mike) and his nieces, Ryleigh Jo and Norah Mae, and a host of uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

In lieu flowers, please donate to : https://www.borderlinepersonalitydisorder.org/donate-to-nea-bpd/

Services will be held on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 11:30am at Champion Center in Tacoma.

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