STUART WALLER CARTY
February 6, 1944 - June 2, 2013
Waller Carty, 69, of Boise, Idaho, passed away on June 2, 2013, at St.
Luke's Hospital in Boise, Idaho, after a courageous battle with cancer.
on February 6, 1944, in Cleveland, Ohio, to Colonel Douglas Felix and
Miriam Rose Carty, Stuart was the first of five brothers and was greatly
loved by them all. Stuart was preceded in death by his brother, Tate
Lamar Carty, and he is survived by his wife, Martha Davis Carty; by his
parents, Colonel Douglas F. and Miriam Carty; by brothers Douglas F.
Carty Jr. (Becky), Matthew King Carty (Karen), and Warren Austin Carty
(Mausty); sisters-in-law Susan Parker (Bill), Karen Decosimo (Nick), and
Lisa Brown (Scott); brothers-in-law Mike Davis (Patsy), Matt Davis
(Julie); and many nieces and nephews.
Stuart graduated from General
H. H. Arnold High School in Wiesbaden, Germany, and he received his B.A.
Degree from the University of Tennessee in 1967. While at the
University of Tennessee, Stuart was in the ROTC and graduated as a 2nd
Lieutenant. He served four years as an Air Force Officer at Travis Air
Force Base during the Vietnam War. After his tour of duty, Stuart
returned to the University of Tennessee where he completed his law
degree in 1974.
In 1968, Stuart married the love of his life, Martha
Davis of Signal Mountain, Tennessee. After completing his law degree,
Martha and Stuart moved to Boise, Idaho. He was employed by the State
Attorney General's Office and later went into private practice with Chip
Houst and Rick Dredge. He was currently practicing at Carty Law.
practiced before state and federal courts and was a member of Idaho
Trial Lawyers, American Association of Justice, National Rifle
Association, Safari Club of America, Full Gospel Business Men Fellowship
and Discovery Church (formerly known as Boise Valley Christian
Stuart and Martha were avid hunters. They loved
hunting big game in and around Riggins, Idaho. They traveled the world
in pursuit of wild game while making lifelong friends wherever they
went. Stuart never met a stranger and his life was full of love and
The great loves of his life were his wife, Martha, his
family, the many spiritual children he mentored, and his Lord and
Savior, Jesus Christ.
Funeral Services will be held at Discovery
Church 1177 N. Roosevelt Boise, Idaho on Friday, June 7th at 10:00am. A
reception will follow in the fellowship hall. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to your favorite charity