Shawn Carter McNutt

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October 10, 1991 ~ June 2, 2024

Born in: Fort Worth, Texas
Resided in: Mansfield, Texas

Shawn “Carter” McNutt, 32, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, June 2nd, 2024.

A private family graveside memorial will occur at Greenwood Memorial Park on Saturday, June 8th.

Carter was born in Fort Worth, TX, on October 10th, 1991, He was the beloved son of Shawn McNutt and Nicole Evans McNutt Carter had a deep connection with the Lord and loved his family. He especially adored his nephew Callum, who he doted on at every opportunity. He was kind to everyone he met, never having a bad word to say about anybody. He always went out of his way to help others, putting them before himself on every possible occasion. Along with his father, Shawn, and brother Corbin, they were known as the three amigos. The void will be vast but filled by Carter’s spirit.

Carter graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing. He spent considerable time working as an Operations Manager at Chick-fil-A Benbrook, where he was cherished by his customers and coworkers. He later moved to JMJ Delivery, LLC. He was a hard-working and dedicated teammate who was recognized for his exceptional customer service.

Carter embraced the best in life. He loved all things sports, with his favorite sport being soccer. He was a keeper at Martin High School and a loyal Manchester United follower. He also enjoyed a relaxing rainy day, eating a peanut butter sandwich on the patio, golfing, and playing pickleball with his father and brother. He was beloved by his dog Charlie. Above everything, Carter enjoyed spending time with his nephew Callum. His love for Cal was beyond measure.

The loss of Carter is deeply felt by all who knew him. He was a beloved son, brother, a precious nephew, a devoted uncle, cousin, and friend. His kindness and warmth touched the hearts of all who knew him. The sorrow of his passing is only eased by the knowledge that he now stands beside the Lord, reunited with his grandparents, Ken and Betty McNutt, Jerry Evans, Aunt Pam McNutt, Uncle James Curtis, and cousin Jessica Kaylor.

Carter is survived by his father, Shawn McNutt and his wife Whitney Taylor, mother Nicole Evans McNutt, brother, Corbin and wife Kailey, cherished nephew, Callum, and grandmother, Andrea Evans. He will be truly missed by his aunts and uncles, Judy McNutt Burcie (Mike), Sandy McNutt, Diane McNutt McComb (Mike), Jacque McNutt Redmon (Jay), Janette McNutt Yetter (Gene), Kenneth Evans, Michelle Evans Brockenbush, and over fifty cousins.

In memory of Carter, the family requests that you practice random acts of kindness, hug your loved ones, and smile, just as Carter would have.

To honor Carter’s love and devotion to his nephew Callum McNutt’s education, donations to Callum’s college fund can be made in lieu of flowers. Click here to make a donation now.

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  1. May God rest thy soul. Psalm 46:1 “God is our refuge and strength, an every-present help in trouble.”

  2. We were so very sorry to hear about Carter’s death. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole McNutt family

  3. One of the best goalies I’ve had the pleasure of coaching. He was a leader, a gentleman, and a great man.
    My family is thinking of you as I tell my kids stories of your time playing on our team. You will be missed..

    Matt

  4. I am so very sorry for your loss. I can’t even imagine how hard this is for you all. May he rest in peace.

  5. The Medlins are holding you all close in prayer. May the sweet memories of Carter be balm to your souls as you grieve and may you find comfort as you rest in the arms of the Lord. We love you all and weep with you over the deep loss of Carter in your family.

  6. Rest In Peace Carter. You will be missed. Your family is in my prayers. You were a gentle soul and a great person to be around. The world will be different without your light in it. Rest in peace brother.

  7. I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Carter. He was one of the sweetest people I have ever met. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Carter ♥️

  8. Prayers for you and your sweet family during this difficult time. I remember playing basketball with you and Corbin in front of Ken and Betty’s house one Thanksgiving many years ago. You were wise beyond your years and a beautiful soul. You always had a kind word to say and a smile on your face. Always ready for a laugh or lend a hand. Rest well, Carter. Much love and light.

  9. I enjoyed visiting with him when he was in line to vote. Kept looking at him, finally ask his name! We had talked about his Yellowstone sweatshirt and his Aunt Sandy that my family loves. He was so sweet and a true MCNutt with that big smile and sparkling eyes. I am so so sorry to read of his passing . May God wrap his arms around his family and friends.
    Sincerely,
    Ethel Lady

  10. Prayers and love going out today for your beautiful family! We love and treasure you and are heartbroken about Carter! He is the luckiest to have had you for an Aunt, and the entire McNutt family beside him growing into an amazing young man! May you continue to be blessed by his Spirit! Much love from The Bridgers- David, Hannah, Stacy, and Terry

  11. I’m so saddened to hear of the family’s loss of Shawn, but so grateful to know he was a believer and now resides in his heavenly home with our Lord, Jesus Christ and all his beloved family members who preceded him in their journey home!! I pray that those facts give you all peace over time. Praying that my son, Joe was part of the celebratory welcome to heaven for Shawn!!

  12. Praying for you all. May The Lord give you peace only He can give. You will see him again. So very sorry.

  13. We so enjoyed meeting Carter, such a wonderful man, from a wonderful loving family. We are so sorry for your loss. Love, Brenda and Cheryl

  14. Carter was one of the best friends anyone could have. I will always cherish the memories I have with him. He will be greatly missed.


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