Dianne Carlton Ware Obituary, 2009

CAVE SPRING, GA. – Mrs. Dianne Carlton Ware died Sunday, August 23, 2009.

She was born on March 16, 1951 in Anderson, South Carolina to Frances Martin Carlton and F. Herman Carlton. Dianne was educated at T.L. Hannah High School in Anderson and at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where she received a B.S. in Nursing. Her nursing career included positions in Fayetteville, North Carolina; Miami, Florida; South Bend, Indiana; and Cartersville, Georgia, but the emphasis of Dianne’s career was helping those who suffered from kidney related diseases. Dianne worked for over 20 years in kidney transplantation at Emory University Hospital, LifeLink of Georgia, and most recently at Piedmont Hospital, where she assisted patients in need of transplants.

Dianne was preceded in death by her mother, Frances Martin Symons, and her brother Steve Carlton.

Dianne is survived by her father, F. Herman Carlton, Anderson, South Carolina; her husband, Rob Ware, Cave Spring, Georgia; her stepchildren, Franci Ware, Baltimore, Maryland, Lauren Williams and her husband, Matthew, Cary, North Carolina, Drew Ware, Cary, North Carolina, Blake Ware, Washington, DC; her first step-grandson Henry Williams, Cary, North Carolina; many uncles and aunts, nieces and nephews; and many, many special friends.

Celebrations of Dianne’s life will be held at her home, Broad Oaks, 40 Rome Road, Cave Spring, Georgia on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at 4pm and at the North Anderson Community Church in Anderson, South Carolina on Thursday, October 8, at 4pm.In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Georgia Transplant Foundation, 6600 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, 600 Embassy Row, Suite 250, Atlanta, GA 30328. Arrangements by Cremation Society of the SOUTH in Marietta

Source:  Anderson Independent-Mail (SC) – Wednesday, August 26, 2009


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