|Carter is going stronger
then ever in his retirement. He has stayed active in international affair,
written books, and is a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
Carter's future gravesite is undecided. According to the book Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb by Brian Lamb and the C-Span Staff, he told the interviewer "I've let my wife be the ultimate judge on what should be done [for my funeral.]"
Its a great answer, because why even think about it?
A possible site is the Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia or his property in Plains.
|James Earl (Jimmy) Carter, Jr., 1980
By: Robert Templeton
National Portrait Gallery
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