Ethan P. Fletcher
11 March, 1992 – 17 November, 2021
Ethan Paul Fletcher, 29, passed away November 17, 2021 in Indianapolis, IN. Beloved son of Douglas and Leisa Fletcher, he was born on March 11, 1992 in Fort Wayne, IN. Ethan was a 2010 graduate of Manchester High School. His junior year of high school was spent as an exchange student in Sweden and he attended an International Baccalareate High School while there. He enjoyed all music, especially guitar. Ethan loved to sing, fish, travel, and could always be counted on for entertaining others with his humor and quick wit.Ethan was a kind, loving, strong-willed and determined soul, who picked himself up from life’s struggles, always determined to move forward, holding on to his hopes and dreams with the help of those he loved and who loved him. The loving memory of Ethan will be forever treasured in the hearts of his parents, Douglas and Leisa Fletcher; brothers, Adam Fletcher and Justin (Emily Stafford) Fletcher; sister, Sarah Fletcher; niece, Nilah Fletcher; grandmother, Beverly Linderman; many aunts, uncles, cousins, treasured friends and international exchange student brothers and sisters. A Celebration of Ethan’s Life will be held Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 3 PM with Deaconess Sabine Thomas officiating at D.O. McComb and Son’s Funeral Homes – Covington Knolls Chapel, 8325 Covington Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46804. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. The family requests that mask be worn. A livestream of Ethan’s Celebration of Life starting at 3 PM on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 may be found on the funeral homes Facebook Page. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Community Foundation of Wabash County, attention: Hope House/Waypoint Ministry. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.McCombandSons.com.
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Celebration of Life
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Ethan P. Fletcher
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