Obituary of Jermaine Wells
Jermaine Lee Wells was born on July 14, 1982, in Monroe, Michigan. He was born to Carson (Mandy) Cadle II and the dearly departed Luvina (Abron) (Wells) Monroe.
Jermaine married Amanda Ward on August 29, 2021, in Reno, Nevada and together they had a family of four children that knew only love from their marriage.
Those that had the privilege to know Jermaine understood that he was a spiritual man, believing in his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He loved sports and tried not to miss the Michigan Wolverines, or the Detroit Lions take the gridiron, or the Detroit Red Wings take the ice.
Jermaine enjoyed hanging out with his family, due to the loving environment that was created whenever they got together. Playing games was a family pastime with dominoes and dice being on the top of the list. When Jermaine was able to make time, he could be found playing disc golf, fishing, tailgating at a Wolverine’s game, or just hanging with friends. Jermaine also found great joy in dominating Madden and Call of Duty.
Jermaine strove to set an example and be a role model and mentor not only to his daughter: Juanita who was his pride and joy, but to all the children in the family, especially his nephews that needed a positive male figure in their lives. For the past fifteen years, Jermaine had worked in the automotive industry.
Jermaine Lee Wells, age 41, of Monroe, passed away at 3:39pm on Wednesday; November 1, 2023, at the Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York. Jermaine’s passing was preceded by his mother and stepfather, grandparents: Juanita and John Wells and Josephine and Carson P. Cadle and great grandparents: Viola: “LaLa” and Charles “Papa” Wells, an aunt: Sylvia Cole; and a niece Tiatesha Holliday
Left to carry on the legacy of Jermaine are his wife: Amanda; daughters: Juanita McMullen-Wells, Rebekah Koehl (Cain Bryant), and Alyssa Weybrecht; a son: Andy Koehl; brothers: Aron (Ashley) Brinkley, Harold Scott, Aaron Knight, Darrell (Aimee) Haynes, Dexter Harris, Anthony McIntosh, BobbyJoe (Amber) Cadle, Carson P. (Ashley) Cadle III, Gabriel Cadle William Cole and Malcolm Cole; sisters: Ashley (Patrick) Cheatham, Nathania Wells, Katrina Hood, Emalie Cadle, and Jennifer (Cliff) Harris-Rocker; father and mother-in-law: Robert and Regina Ward; many aunts and uncles as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, God children and close friends.
Friends may gather from 2:00pm until 8:00pm on Friday; November 17, 2023, and from 10:00am until 11:00am on Saturday; November 18, 2023, at Merkle Funeral Service, South Monroe; 14567 South Dixie Highway, Monroe, Michigan 48161 (734) 241-7070. A Funeral Service Celebrating His Life will take place at 11:00am on Saturday at Merkle’s. Procession will follow to Marble Park Cemetery in Milan for burial.
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