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Congressman , physician

Tim Lee Carter,, American former congressman, physician. Decorated Bronze Star; recipient Benjamin Rush award for citizenship and community service, Tom Wallace award for conservation. Served to captain Medical Corps Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member American Medical Association, Kentucky Medical Association, American Academy General Practice, Kentucky Academy General Practice, Alpha Omega Alpha. Lodges: Masons (33 degree), Shriners.

Background

Carter,, Tim Lee was born on September 2, 1910 in Tompkinsville, Kentucky, United States. Son of James Clark and Idru (Tucker) Carter.

Education

AB, Western Kentucky University. Doctor of Medicine, University Tennessee, 1937.

Career

Public school teacher, 1927-1932. Intern United States Marine Hospital, Chicago Maternity Center, 1937-1939. Practice medicine Tompkinsville, 1939-1942, 46-65.

Member 89th-96th United States Congresses from 5th district Kentucky, member interstate and foreign commerce committee, member small business committee Washington. Owner T.L. Carter Development Company. Chief staff Monroe County Memorial Hospital.

Religion

Loving God went to supernatural lengths—by sending His Son to die—to provide everyone an opportunity to escape the fires of Hell and spend eternity in Heaven.

Politics

The Lord has given His people the mission of making disciples from every nation.

Views

Baptists believe that God created mankind to have fellowship with Him.

Membership

Served to captain Medical Corps Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member American Medical Association, Kentucky Medical Association, American Academy General Practice, Kentucky Academy General Practice, Alpha Omega Alpha. Lodges: Masons (33 degree), Shriners.

Connections

Married Kathleen Bradshaw, November 15, 1931.

father:
James Clark Carter,

mother:
Idru (Tucker) Carter,

spouse:
Kathleen Bradshaw