Carlton Stevens Jr., FSL-2428
Operations Manager / Mortician
Following his graduation from ET Beddingfield High School in June 1993, Carlton Jr. joined the United States Army. Following his 4 year enlistment Carlton returned to Wilson and later pursued his Funeral Service Education Degree at Fayetteville Technical Community College.
In 2001 Carlton Jr. graduated from Mortuary School and became a licensed embalmer and funeral director. Over the past 17 years Carlton has served in many capacities in the funeral industry including General Manager of McIntyre Funeral Home and as a trade-embalmer for several firms within Eastern North Carolina.
In 2006 Carlton Jr. joined the Wayne County School System as a Math and Business Teacher at Dillard Middle School located in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Following the completion of his Masters in School Administration he was promoted to the position of Asst. Principal of Eastern Wayne High School. The following school year he had the honor to return to the school in which he began and served as one of the School Administrators of Dillard Middle School.
Carlton’s educational background include an
Associate’s Degree Funeral Service Education
Bachelors Degree in Business Management and Organizational Development
Masters of Business Administration
Masters of School Administration
He has completed his course work at Fayetteville State University in the Doctorate in Educational Leadership Program.
Carlton is a member of Contending For The Faith Church Ministries. He is also member of the illustrious Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Carlton's hobbies include lifting weights, boxing and playing tennis.
Carlton is the father of eight children; Keyshawn, Brittany, Jayden, Christian, Carlton Jr., Mia, Will and Jade and the adopted dad to many. He loves children and has a true desire to show them that they can be whatever they desire with God and Hard Work.
“If you love people, people will love you back; If you treat people kind, people will treat you kind; If you are genuine towards people, people will see your heart and accept you for who you are where you are.”