Honoring Janelle Ealey Carter
Janelle Carter was born on July 13, 1970 in Rangley, CO, the daughter of James Paul Ealey and Sharon Posey Ealey. In December 2010, Janelle was diagnosed with breast cancer. She never gave up fighting, and over the years she would battle and defeat cancer multiple times.
On Monday, June 5, 2017, Janelle passed away at her home in Frisco, TX surrounded by her family.
A 1989 graduate of North Mesquite High School, Janelle went on to earn two college degrees. A Bachelor of Science, Human Development & Family Studies, from Texas Tech University in 1993 and a Master of Science, Childhood Development & Family Studies, from The University of North Texas in 1996.
While attending UNT, she met her future husband, Mark D. Carter in Dallas and they were married on May 4, 1996. After working for a couple of years, Janelle became a homemaker with the birth of their two children. She loved animals - dogs, cats, dolphins, turtles, frogs and even butterflies, but her true passion was working with children, especially her own.
Janelle is survived by her husband; their children, Katherine Elizabeth Carter and Paul Eric Carter; as well as numerous other relatives and a host of friends. Janelle will be deeply missed by her family and everyone that knew her. We will continue to celebrate the life of Janelle Ealey Carter.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Janelle Ealey Carter was one of those people. Now we are celebrating her courageous fight against breast cancer. To honor Janelle Ealey Carter and to celebrate her life, I support Susan G. Komen in their fight against breast cancer.
Please help me honor Janelle Ealey Carter by raising funds to support Susan G. Komen so they can provide education, screening and treatment programs for women and men in our community, and support cutting-edge research so that one day we can live in a world without breast cancer.
You can make a donation online with your credit card by clicking the button above my fundraising thermometer.
Thank you for your generous support and for helping me honor Janelle Ealey Carter.
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