John Carter Ingle, he was young and had so much ahead of him. He was a St. Pete native born on February 6, 2001 and passed away July 8, 2023 at the age of 22. Everyone knew him as Carter because there is so many Johns in our family. He was a genuine guy and had an extremely hard head. We all have good and bad times with him, as we all know he could make the good times better and bad times even worse. He was the second born of Jaqueline Gibson and John Ingle, he also had an older sister Kelsea Gibson. His grandmother CeCe Ingle and grandfather Richard Bolinder were second parents to him and he valued their love and attention. He had a lot of family members in Massachusetts, New York and Georgia. He was close to so many friends and created so many memories none of us will ever forget. He loved animals and rescued a merle bully pit and named him tank, he was there for him through out the hardest times of his life. He was always a big guy and that meant he was also put to do the hard work, which we all knew boosted his ego when he accomplished the job without a struggle. He’s worked with a lot friends and family whether it was for pure enjoyment or an actual job but he was well rounded and had so many useful traits. When he was a child he would find old computers and such on the side of the road and bring them home to dissect them to have a better understanding of how things work. He never wanted to stop learning and experiencing new things and places. We will all have our own memories and image of Carter but at the end of the day we all have love for him and it will live in our hearts and souls forever.