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Janette Louise (Suttle) Suttle Ebron

March 2, 1952 ~ February 18, 2024 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Janette Suttle Ebron Obituary

Dr. Janette Louise Suttle Ebron, born March 2, 1952, in Ft. Wayne, IN, to the late James Freeman and Louise Suttle, was a retired Lance Corporal of the United States Marine Corps., and for nearly four decades she served faithfully in the fields of Social Work and Education. Committed to excellence, Dr. Janette raised the bar for humanity in their civility, compassion, courage, choices, conduct, and character; all while challenging and encouraging individuals to fully embrace their God-given destiny. Educated in the Allen County Public Schools System, she attended Hanna Elementary School(K-6), Smart Elementary (2nd Grade), Weiser Park Jr. High School (7th - 9th), and South Side High School (10th - 12th). Dr. Janette began her undergraduate degree at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN majoring in Special Needs Education, and she completed her degree at National University, Vista, CA, earning her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. Dr. Janette continued her love for learning by earning her Master of Arts in Christian Business and her Doctorate of Humanities from Cornerstone Christian Bible College International. She was a woman who possessed strong faith. Throughout her lifetime, she attended and served at Pilgrim Baptist Church, Destiny Dome Embassy Cathedral of Praise International (Apostle Dr. Oscar J. Nelson Dowdell Underwood), and Kainos International Church (Chief Apostle Dr. Carol E. Dixon). Dr. Janette’s crown jewel in this life and what she bragged about most was being a Mother and a Nana. Her smile would shine so bright whenever she was telling one of her famous stories to a family member, friend, or stranger. She was intentional about developing a special relationship with each one of her grandchildren, and she was completely vested in anything in which they expressed an interest. Her family was her pride and joy. Dr. Janette committed her life to be an advocate for those most in need, and she never stood silent in the face of injustice. Whether it was through her work with the Marines at Naval Alcohol Substance Abuse Program (NASAP), her service to the students with exceptionalities at State Mental Hospital, her work with various non-profits within Metro-Ft. Wayne, or her commitment to her clients at Wayne Township; Dr. Janette was never daunted at the idea nor the reality of disrupting any system that did not serve the best interest of her clients. She was indeed, the people’s champion. Dr. Janette’s legacy is a valiant story of love and downright determination. A few of her philosophies in life were: “Love you, and strive to be your best self; Think for yourself; There is a time and place for everything; To reach your goals, maintain your faith in God, so in the moments that you feel alone, you can rest assured that you are not.” Dr. Janette is preceded in death by her father and mother, James Freeman and Louise Suttle; sisters, Brenda Suttle and Patricia Suttle; nephews, Jonathan Bryant and Shawn Suttle, and a lineage of powerful servant leaders. She leaves to carry on her mission of service to God: son, Andre M. Ebron (Shalessa Ebron), and daughter, Alexis S. Carter-Ebron; grandchildren, Christian Ebron, Andre Ebron II, Aleya Porter; nephews: James Suttle, Keith Suttle (Rolunda Suttle), Terrance Suttle, Christopher Suttle; nieces, Shantell Suttle, Katrina Suttle, and a host of family and friends. Dr. Janette Louise Suttle Ebron - Mother. Marine. Advocate

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Visitation
Saturday
February 24, 2024

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
The Destiny Dome at Cathedral of Praise
3501 Harris
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808

Funeral Service
Saturday
February 24, 2024

11:00 AM
The Destiny Dome at Cathedral of Praise
3501 Harris
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46808

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