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Adult education educator

David Clyde Suttles was American adult education educator. Recipient Aciever award Governor Tennessee, 1976; certified of appreciation Mayor of Cleveland, 1980.


Suttles, David Clyde was born on June 14, 1948 in Harriman, Tennessee, United States. Son of Clyde and Virginia (Stewart) Suttles.


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, University Tennessee, 1972. Master of Science, University Tennessee, 1975. Master of Education, University Tennessee, 1998.


Associate professor Cleveland State College, Tennessee, 1975—2008. News director WTNB-television, 1998—1999. Counselor Pine Ridge Treatment Center, 2001—2003.

Adjunct faculty Tennessee Wesleyan College, since 1987. Crisis intervention specialist Volunteer Behavioral, 2000—2001. Counselor Pine Ridge Treatment Center, 2001.


Active Community Development Citizens Advisory Committee, Cleveland, 1981. Active Governor's Committee Employment of Handicapped, 1984. Member Tennessee Committee on Persons with Disabilities, since 1991.

Lay director Diocese East Tennessee Episcopalian Cursillo Secretariat. Eucharistic minister St. Luke's Episcopalian Church. Board directors Friends of Library., Cleveland, 1984, Habitat for Humanity, Arthritis Foundation.

Member College Media Advisors, Mensa, Phi Theta Kappa.


Married Barbara Chambers, June 3, 1968. Children: Julia Kay, Robert David.

Clyde Suttles

Virginia (Stewart) Suttles

Barbara Chambers

Julia Kay Suttles

Robert David Suttles