OBITUARY

Jennifer A Jarrell

January 3, 1975November 4, 2012

Jennifer Alexandra Jarrell; January 3, 1975 – November 4, 2012. A Memorial and Celebration of Life will be held at Young Meadows Presbyterian Church, 2:00 PM Thursday, November 8, 2012. Jennifer was born and reared in Montgomery as the only child of Bill and Peggy Jarrell. She attended Auburn Montgomery, and was a free-lance artist whose paintings hang in several locations throughout Montgomery. She loved all animals, especially her two cats, Tony and Oreo, and her dog, Fenris. She joined Young Meadows Presbyterian Church in May, 2009, on Profession of Faith. She is survived by her parents, Bill and Margaret (Peggy) Jarrell of Montgomery; two uncles and aunts: Jimmy and Pat Jarrell of Hoover, and Conrad and Marydell Jarrell of Las Vegas, Nevada; five cousins: Mark, David, Rhonda, Gail, and Lynn Jarrell who was like a sister to Jennifer; and a special family friend, Julia Beth Dubose.

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William Traywick Jr.

January 13, 2013

Jennifer Alexandra

My "Immortal Beloved"! How does Beethoven's 9th Symphony sound with angels now playing the instruments? Though you have been gone a little over two months, at sundry times in my apartment I cry for you. In a short while, me and a host of others who love you so much will join you in heaven. Here in Durham, I will continue to do well for myself because I know you would want it that way. So gifted you were with your hands as delineated in your art work and a well educated young lady as well. My younger sibling is in heaven with you. I lost him in February 1987 when he was only twenty-seven years old. He had a Master of Divinity degree and was riding his bicycle and killed by a drunk driver. I have your voice from a telephone call recorded onto a CD and thus, will always have you with me in audio form. When I am sleeping at night please visit me well and often in my dreams. Always remember Jennifer Alexandra until we meet again in God's eternity that you are my "Immortal Beloved".

Lynn

November 25, 2012

jennifer i missed you so much a Thanksgiving. Everyone does we all love you Lynn

Charles Huffstutler

November 10, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Lynn Jarrell

November 10, 2012

Jennifer,My sweet dear cousin who was truly like my sister. I always loved your beautiful cards and the way you always signed them love Jen your sister. You always brought joy to my life and put a smile on my face with your excentric style & flair in everything you did. My heart is breaking and heavy with the sadness of loosing my sister. I loved you so much and I will truly miss you but I know you are in heaven at peace and that you are looking down on us while singing with the angles.I will see you again dear cousin when the good Lord calls me home. I love you!

Elizabeth Perry

November 7, 2012

Jennifer Jarrell. Artist. Friend. Beloved southern beauty. She was just here in my home on the 1st of November 2012 for All Souls Day. A truly beautiful lady with the most brilliant mind and lovely memorable auburn hair. Her skin I had just commented looked like white marble. She was a true friend and icon in my community of artists, just appearing at her art show at Barra Hookah, Downtown. I'm wearing the bracelet that we had just traded. Her watch fob that she gave me was something I was willing to defend to any person, a chain that you attached a watch to. She had a literary mind and her imagination spun a web I could have marveled for hours on. For example her candy, we had mused, came from the imagined boxer I giggled would have to have a moustache and who she said was French. She was as bright at Zelda Fitzgerald and reminded me of her spirit. I will miss her humor and spirit. Please remember Jennifer Jarrell as I do a famed beauty and kind hearted luminary. Your friend always, Elizabeth Perry