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SFC Robert James Jarman, Jr. US Army (ret)

March 3, 1958January 3, 2020

SFC Robert James Jarman, was born on March 3, 1958 and passed away on January 3, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 11, 2020


SFC Robert James Jarman, Jr. US Army (ret)

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SFC Jerry Smith, SF ret.

January 15, 2020

Bob, you were one of the Best this Country has to offer, serving our great Nation for nearly 40 years with selflessness and asking for nothing in return, only the privilege to carry-on! Bob, you were my friend, my Brother and fellow professional. Job well done here on earth and now you may rest in Heaven. I know you will still will be looking out for us left behind, see ya at the final RP.

Mark Goode

January 11, 2020


You were a dear friend and fellow SF Brother and Poker Geek. I don't know what to say. I am saddened that I have lost one of my true friends of which you are one of so few.


Bryan Altieri

January 10, 2020

Insert one of the 3 P’s (poop, poker, or Panama) and what you get is an instant classic Bobo story. Thanks for all the laughs brother.

Bryan Altieri

January 10, 2020

I’m gonna miss you brother. You mean so much to me. Your accomplishments in life are amazing and inspiring. You taught me so much and you were always there for me. Thanks for being such a great friend. We’ll meet again soon.

Bart Wiggins

January 9, 2020

Bob, you will be missed. You are a great friend to everyone who knows you, and a joy to be around. Thanks for your service and friendship. Be at peace with The Lord until we meet again.

Noel Camacho

January 9, 2020

RIP hermano, until we meet again in Valhalla!

Richard “Q”

January 9, 2020

RIP Brother and God Bless your Family ... till we meet again - DOL

Michael Welter

January 9, 2020

RIP Bob. We served for a short time in 7th Group. It seems like yesterday the last time I saw you though many years have past. See you again.


January 9, 2020

A couple of wonderful memories I have of Bobby was when he invited me to the Men's Conference at Calvary Chapel Las Vegas where he introduced me to one of his SF buddies from out of town. We also got to hear General Boykin of Blackhawk Down that day as the special speaker. He also got me involved in his church's Veterans Ministry where I continue to attend to this day. Thank you brother Bob, Godspeed, and prayers for your family.

Terry Dagnon

January 9, 2020

DLI Spanish was where I met you first in 1983 and then 7th Group - the stories will live on and there are many! Godspeed and may you Rest In Peace Brother