Frank Hamilton Jeter Jr., 19182002 (aged 84 years)

Name
Frank Hamilton /Jeter/ Jr.
Birth May 7, 1918 27 24
Military
Warrant Officer Junior Grade

Agency: US Army
Note: World War II
Birth of a brotherRobert Vernon Jeter Sr. M.D.
March 6, 1923 (aged 4 years)
Death of a fatherFrank Hamilton Jeter Sr.
September 15, 1955 (aged 37 years)
Death of a brotherRobert Vernon Jeter Sr. M.D.
November 2, 1967 (aged 49 years)
Death of a motherIrene Annie Lee Albert
February 13, 1983 (aged 64 years)
Death June 10, 2002 (aged 84 years)
Note: FRANK H. JETER, JR. (May 7, 1918-June 10, 2002) RALEIGH -Frank Hamilton Jeter, Jr., 84, a retired pu…

FRANK H. JETER, JR. (May 7, 1918-June 10, 2002) RALEIGH -Frank Hamilton Jeter, Jr., 84, a retired public information officer for the USDA - Soil Conservation Service for North Carolina, died June 10 at Rex Hospital from complications related to heart disease. A Raleigh native, he was the son of the late Dr. Frank H. Jeter and Irene A. Jeter. He is survived by his wife, Doris D. Jeter; two sons, Frank H. “Chip” Jeter, III, George E. Jeter and his wife, Vanessa W. Jeter, all of Raleigh; two daughters, Ann Jeter Rickard of Spartanburg, S.C., and Jane Jeter McFarland and her husband, Dr. John W. McFarland of Arlington, Va.; and his sister, Mrs. Jane Jeter Black of Raleigh. He was predeceased by his brother, Dr. Vernon Jeter of Plymouth. Also surviving are five grandsons: Michael McFarland, Wilson Davis Jeter and James Berry Jeter, and Mike Rickard and Chris Rickard. After attending public schools in Raleigh, Oak Ridge Military Institute and Davidson College, Frank Jeter was inducted into the U.S. Army before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Trained as an Artilleryman, he was transferred to the Fort Bragg public relations office as a news writer. Promoted to sergeant in 1942, he received a direct appointment as warrant officer the same year. He served as a public relations officer and special services officer at Fort Bragg and at Fort Jackson, S.C., before being sent overseas and assigned to headquarters of the African-Middle East Theatre of Operations at Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt. Honorably discharged in February 1946, he returned to civilian life as a newspaperman, serving as a reporter, editorial writer, managing editor and editor on papers in Greensboro, Rock Hill, S.C., and Fayetteville. He also worked as publicist and fundraiser for Methodist College in Fayetteville. Although he left newspaper work to become a writer for the Department of Agriculture, he was voted an honorary life member of the North Carolina Press Association and remained active in the group for many years. While in federal service, Frank Jeter worked for the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service and the Federal Extension Service. Given an opportunity to return home in 1970, he came back to Raleigh to provide statewide information services for the USDA Conservation Service until retirement. He then worked part-time for 12 years writing and selling advertising for the rural electric co-op magazines in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. He also was twice elected to the Wake Soil and Water Conservation Board, and served as president of both the N.C. Senior Citizens Association and the Senior Democrats of North Carolina. He also served as treasurer of the North Carolina Water Resources Congress and for 10 years on the Board of Advisors of the North Carolina School of Public Health. He has been listed in “Whos Who in American Politics,” awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, and won many awards from the Press Association and the Raleigh Public Relations Society. A member of Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, he was also a “regular” at the Raleigh First Presbyterian Church “Early Birds” breakfasts. A memorial service to celebrate Frank Jeters life will be held in Raleigh at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, June 14, at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church. Those wishing to make a memorial donation may do so to the Walk for Hope, 9301 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, NC, 27612, or to a charity of their choice. Arrangements are by the Cremation Society of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC. Cremation Society of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC

Burial
Family with parents
father
18911955
Birth: May 7, 1891 40 36Santuc, South Carolina, USA
Death: September 15, 1955Mary Eliz. Hosp in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
mother
18941983
Birth: March 18, 1894Conyers, Georgia, USA
Death: February 13, 1983Mary Eliz. Hosp in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
himself
19182002
Birth: May 7, 1918 27 24Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
Death: June 10, 2002Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
5 years
younger brother
19231967
Birth: March 6, 1923 31 28Mary Eizabeth Hosp., Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Death: November 2, 1967Plymouth, North Carolina, USA
sister
Private
Family with Private
himself
19182002
Birth: May 7, 1918 27 24Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
Death: June 10, 2002Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina, USA
partner
Private
son
Private
son
Private
daughter
Private
daughter
Private
Military

World War II

Death

FRANK H. JETER, JR. (May 7, 1918-June 10, 2002) RALEIGH -Frank Hamilton Jeter, Jr., 84, a retired public information officer for the USDA - Soil Conservation Service for North Carolina, died June 10 at Rex Hospital from complications related to heart disease. A Raleigh native, he was the son of the late Dr. Frank H. Jeter and Irene A. Jeter. He is survived by his wife, Doris D. Jeter; two sons, Frank H. “Chip” Jeter, III, George E. Jeter and his wife, Vanessa W. Jeter, all of Raleigh; two daughters, Ann Jeter Rickard of Spartanburg, S.C., and Jane Jeter McFarland and her husband, Dr. John W. McFarland of Arlington, Va.; and his sister, Mrs. Jane Jeter Black of Raleigh. He was predeceased by his brother, Dr. Vernon Jeter of Plymouth. Also surviving are five grandsons: Michael McFarland, Wilson Davis Jeter and James Berry Jeter, and Mike Rickard and Chris Rickard. After attending public schools in Raleigh, Oak Ridge Military Institute and Davidson College, Frank Jeter was inducted into the U.S. Army before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Trained as an Artilleryman, he was transferred to the Fort Bragg public relations office as a news writer. Promoted to sergeant in 1942, he received a direct appointment as warrant officer the same year. He served as a public relations officer and special services officer at Fort Bragg and at Fort Jackson, S.C., before being sent overseas and assigned to headquarters of the African-Middle East Theatre of Operations at Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt. Honorably discharged in February 1946, he returned to civilian life as a newspaperman, serving as a reporter, editorial writer, managing editor and editor on papers in Greensboro, Rock Hill, S.C., and Fayetteville. He also worked as publicist and fundraiser for Methodist College in Fayetteville. Although he left newspaper work to become a writer for the Department of Agriculture, he was voted an honorary life member of the North Carolina Press Association and remained active in the group for many years. While in federal service, Frank Jeter worked for the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service and the Federal Extension Service. Given an opportunity to return home in 1970, he came back to Raleigh to provide statewide information services for the USDA Conservation Service until retirement. He then worked part-time for 12 years writing and selling advertising for the rural electric co-op magazines in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. He also was twice elected to the Wake Soil and Water Conservation Board, and served as president of both the N.C. Senior Citizens Association and the Senior Democrats of North Carolina. He also served as treasurer of the North Carolina Water Resources Congress and for 10 years on the Board of Advisors of the North Carolina School of Public Health. He has been listed in “Whos Who in American Politics,” awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, and won many awards from the Press Association and the Raleigh Public Relations Society. A member of Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, he was also a “regular” at the Raleigh First Presbyterian Church “Early Birds” breakfasts. A memorial service to celebrate Frank Jeters life will be held in Raleigh at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, June 14, at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church. Those wishing to make a memorial donation may do so to the Walk for Hope, 9301 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, NC, 27612, or to a charity of their choice. Arrangements are by the Cremation Society of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC. Cremation Society of the Carolinas, Raleigh, NC