MOTHER JACQUELINE DELORES BARTLETT

Died: Sun., Sep. 27, 2020


Visitation

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Mon., Oct. 05, 2020
Location: Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center


Celebration of Life

12:00 PM Mon., Oct. 05, 2020
Location: Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center


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Mother Jacqueline Deloris Hutchinson-Bartlett was born August 14, 1944, in Indianapolis, Indiana on Smith Street. She was the sixth daughter of the late Deacon Cary and Lula Louis Wimbley-Hutchinson.

Jacqueline completed her primary and secondary education in the Indianapolis Public School System. She attended Wallace Foster #32 where she was a cheerleader. She also attended Shortridge High School and  went on to graduate from Crispus Attucks High School.

Jacqueline  was saved at 28th Street Church of God in Christ, under the leadership of the late  Superintendent Charles W. and Mother Susie Thomas-Webb where she was the first one to conduct testimony service in the new edifice at the age of thirteen. She was baptized and filled with the holy ghost at a revival 12th Street Church of God In Christ. “Jacki” as she was affectionately called, was the church psalmist. She was served in various capacities within the church that included, the choir, usher board, and purity class. She not only served in her local church, she was also active in the District #4, Lewis Jetney Hall Memorial District, where she served at the YPWW Chairlady.

Jacqueline she was united in  Holy Matrimony  with  the late Fred R. Richardson, II and out of this union LaSonda, Fred, and Tijuana were born. With her husband being in the military, she traveled with her husband and raised her children. 

Jacqueline went on to pursue a career in the field of Healthcare.  She worked at the Veteran’s Hospital for over fifteen years.  Jacqueline later changed her career path and worked for the Indianapolis Public School System as a Teacher’s Assistant with special needs children.

Jacqueline found love again and was married to Ernest Lee Bartlett, Jr. out of their blissful marriage Tarina was born. She, her husband and  children moved their membership and served under the leadership of the late Elder Gillette Barlow at Central Avenue COGIC, now known as the Emmanuel Christian Fellowship Center COGIC where she continued to proudly serve under the leadership of Superintendent Tom L. Glenn. She served on the Trustee Board, organized and started the Annual Queen’s Day for her sister, Lady Janet B. Glenn, worked in the Agape Outreach Food and Clothing Pantry, cooked for Annual Sunday Sweetheart Prayer Breakfast and was the Church Mother. She was also  the number one fan of the Emmanuel “Fellowship” Choir.

Jacqueline was also known as a neighborhood mother to many. She founded and started the “Unique Prep Social Club” and from there a sea of social clubs were started throughout IPS. She was a foster mother and  everybody's momma or auntie.  She was also known for her good fashion, and  her many delicious recipes, especially her finger lickin’ potato salad.

Mother Jacqueline Deloris Hutchinson-Bartlett’s assignment was complete early Sunday morning September 27, 2020 before the crack of day the God she served spoke to her heart and said, “It’s time to come home thou good and faithful servant job well done.” She was preceded in death by her parents, five brothers, Robert Hutchinson, Superintendent Louis Caldwell, William Caldwell, the twins Larry and Harry Caldwell; five sisters, Mother Bessie Julius, Mother Laura Franklin, Dorothy Louise Caldwell, Rev. Thelma Still, Rosemary Ramsey; and grandson, LaDontae Fox .

She leaves to cherish her memories her fiancé, Elder Ernest Lee Bartlett, Jr.; her children, LaSonda White, Fred R. Richardson, III, Tijuana Sebree, and Tarina Bartlett; three granddaughters; four grandsons; four great-granddaughters; four-great-grandsons; two   great-great-grandchildren; one brother, Deacon Joseph Wayne Hutchinson; one sister, Evangelist Barbara J. Hutchinson-Lockhart, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, her church family and many friends.

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Pentecostal Temple COGIC
   Posted Mon October 05, 2020
On behalf of congregation and leadership of Pentecostal Temple COGIC, we offer our prayers and deepest sympathy during your time of bereavement. During this difficult time, we commend you to the capable hands of God the Father, and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Remember the words of wisdom along with the smiles, hugs, and laughter. Know that Mother Jacqueline Bartlett’s love and spiritual legacy will live on forever in the many hearts and souls she touched.
Elder Wilson Ricks, Leadership, and Congregation
3009 Forest Manor Ave, Indianapolis IN 46218

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