Dr. Carlos Skeete
Rev. Dr.Skeete, is currently an ordain Local Deacon at Flat Rock AME Church and also served as an Associate Minister and Prison Ministry at Fayette County Prison system. He was born in the Republic of Panama and attended Colegio Abel Bravo High School and graduate in the city of Colon in Panama.
Rev. Skeete migrated to New Orleans to live with his Uncle and attend Tulane University as a medical student. He changed his mind in October 1960 and entered the U.S. Army in New Orleans and was assigned to a military unit in Germany after basic training as an Office machine repairer. He retired from the US Army in 1980 after twenty (20) years of Active duty service , which included overseas service in Germany and combat tour in Vietnam with the U.S.Army 1st Cavalry Division Combat Team.
He served as a Helicopter mechanic in 1964 with the 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam. He also served as a Helicopter Maintenance instructor at Ft. Eustis, Virginia. Rev. Skeete, earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education and Social Studies/History as a High School Teacher at Athens State College in Alabama while station with the US Army at Redstone Arsenal Missile/Electronic School. He earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science Missile and Munitions Technology in Decatur, Alabama from Calhoun State University, a Master Degree in Special Education Interrelated at Columbus State College in Columbus, Georgia, a Master Degree in Education Leadership at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, a Specialist Degree in Education Leadership at Troy State University in Troy Alabama, a Juris Doctor in Law, Master in Litigation from Atlanta Law School,and a Doctor of Philosophy from Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rev. Skeete is the author of the book "Leadership Mean Going out on a Limb." and is currently working on a religious book for publication. Rev Skeete enrolled in the ITC Certificate Program in Religion and complete the Course after 12 months of study and is currently a student at the AME Board of Examiner in Atlanta, Georgia. Reverend Skeete also retired from Muscogee County School District in Columbus Georgia after serving 20 years as a Special Education Behavior Specialist at Woodall Psychoeducational Program, High School Asst. Principal and Middle school Principal. He also retired from the Federal Government as a GS-12 Immigration Program Analysts. I know that Grace is God's Gift to us.How sweet is God grace to my soul. I pray that I can always count on your love to lift us up on wings of eagles when the weight of the world drags us down. I know that I am always cared for and watched over by the one who love me the most. Your sweet grace is the gift of your love. A love that knows no boundaries or limitations. Thank you, God, for your marvelous, glorious gift of grace.