National Day of Prayer

The Midland Ministerial Alliance is hosting National Day of Prayer at Centennial Park. This event is free for the public to attend. The event's purpose is for the gathering of believers in Jesus Christ from churches all over Midland to pray together.

"The topics that will be prayed over: Prayer of Thanksgiving, President Biden, National Leaders, Congress, Supreme Court, Texas Governmental Leaders, City of Midland Lori Blong, Midland Elected Officials, United States Military, Local Law Enforcement, Local Fire Department, Midland County and City Judges, Hospitals & Health Care Workers, Immigrant Community, Schools and Administrators, The Local Church/Unity in the Church, Local Pastors/Spiritual Leaders, Prayer over Marriages, Prayer over Families, and Spiritual Awakening." -Jon Wymore

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Obituary of Elsie Margarette Carter Lindquist

Elsie Margarette Carter Lindquist was born January 2, 1928 in Groveton, Texas. She passed away March 2, 2023, at age 95, at Scott and White Hospital in Lakeway, Texas. Elsie was a loving wife, devoted mother and Nanny who always reminded her family how much she loved them.
She came to Midland, Texas at an early age. She married M.H. (Herschel) Carter on January 4, 1947. It was here she cared for her family and raised her two daughters and two sons.
After retiring, Elsie and Herschel moved to Lake Brownwood to enjoy fishing and tending her vegetable garden. Later they moved to Lake LBJ where she enjoyed gardening, learning line dances and golfing with her husband.
In 1997, they moved to Harlingen, Texas to enjoy the warm weather. After Herschel passed away Elsie married Bill Lindquist on October 5, 2002 and moved to Kingsland, Texas. They enjoyed their life together visiting friends, family and volunteering.
Elsie was preceded in death by her parents Arch and Laura Baker; first husband M.H. (Herschel) Carter; son Mike Carter; sister Ollie Mae Parker; and brothers Dolph and Earl Baker.
She is survived by her husband Bill Lindquist; daughters Cindy Cuny (husband Matt) and Carolyn Wilson (husband Danny); son Rick Carter (wife Sherree); and stepson Chuck Lindquist. She also leaves behind grandchildren Jeanna Cuny, Janice Leal (husband Carlos), Laura Wilman (husband David), Daniel Wilson (wife Emily), Allison Hensley (husband Kevin), Cory Carter, Mitzi Crabtree, Austin Carter, Michael Carter, and seven great-grandchildren.
The family will receive visitors from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, March 10, 2023 at Ellis Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel at 4616 N. Big Spring Street in Midland. The graveside service will follow at 11 a.m. at Resthaven Memorial Park at 4616 N. Big Spring Street in Midland. Pastor Lonnie Phillips of Fellowship Community Church will officiate.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Alzheimer’s Texas online at or Alzheimer's Texas, 7000 No, MoPac Expy #200, Austin, TX 78731.