Client Wealth Manager & Partner
H. Lee Carter III (Lee) is a Client Wealth Manager and a partner of the Armstrong Wealth Management Group, a comprehensive fee-based wealth management firm in Florence, South Carolina. He has served in roles such as Director of Sales and Marketing, in which he helped the firm triple its brokerage and advisory assets under management through LPL Financial. As Client Wealth Manager, Lee conducts client reviews, evaluates their financial portfolios, and meets with prospective clients.
Lee is an Accredited Asset Management Specialist℠ (AAMS®) designee, and an Accredited Wealth Management Advisor℠ (AWMA®) designee. He also holds the Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC) designation, and his Series 7, 24, and 63 securities registrations through LPL Financial. Lee attended Francis Marion University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Lee has been with the firm since it was founded in 2002 and became a partner in 2010.
Lee grew up in Kingstree, South Carolina and attended Francis Marion University where he played centerfield and pitched for the Patriot Baseball Team. In addition to being a member of the baseball team, Lee was also a member of Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity, and Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society.
Lee lives in Florence with his wife and son. Lee is a member of the FMU Alumni Association, Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the FMU Swamp Fox Club.
Lee enjoys volunteering in the community, with two causes standing out in front of the others. He is a Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Florence. From the time Lee joined the Kiwanis Club of Florence, Lee became active in the Terrific Kids Program. Every month he represents the Kiwanis Club at a local elementary school to recognize kids that are excelling in being all-around students.
He is President of All 4 Autism in Florence County, working to help make the Pacing for Pieces/Piece Jam event a successful fundraiser for the Autism Resource Center of the Pee Dee. Lee has a personal connection and is passionate in volunteering for this organization. Both of these causes touch kids at an early age when a large impact can be made.