Jordan Paige Jarrett

November 30, 1987September 5, 2020

Jordan Paige Jarrett, age 32, of Tampa, Florida passed away on Saturday, September 5, 2020. Jordan was born November 30, 1987 in Tampa.

She is survived by her parents, David and Marsha (Corbett) Jarrett, two brothers, Joshua and Tanner Jarrett, her grandmother, Margaret Yvonne Jarrett, three aunts, Trina Thomas (Donnie) of Valdosta, GA., Lisa Green (Brian) of Fort Myers, Florida, Cheryl Linville (Terry) of Riverview, a uncle, Michael Jarrett (Pam) of Costa Rica, and several cousins. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Richard Jarrett, and Don & Jerry Corbett.

Celebration of Life service for Jordan will be held Saturday, September 12, 2020 2:00 PM at Mission Hill Church, 10002 N. 56th Street, Temple Terrace, Florida .


  • David Jarrett, Father
  • Marsha Jarrett, Mother
  • Joshua Jarrett, Brother
  • Tanner Jarrett, Brother
  • Margaret Yvonne Jarrett, Grandmother

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  • Celebration of Life Service

    Saturday, September 12, 2020


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Rachel Webster

September 12, 2020

My condolences to Jordan’s family and friends.
Jordyn was a very sweet person. We didn’t keep touch after high school but I’ll never forget how she’d make you feel even after one conversation or interaction with her.
Many prayers for comfort 💙

Michele Merrell

September 12, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Jordan as one of her Cheer Coaches at Temple Terrace Youth Football for 4 years, as well as a King High friend of My son Dustin. From Jaguars thru their Senior year at King. I have to tell you that Jordan was VERY Special, Sweet & Caring. She always struck me as wise beyond her years, and old soul so to speak. We were instantly drawn to each other as friends. She NEVER had a negative word for anyone. She helped me deal with her cheer mate's and was always there to help me with any frustration, with patience (She had a ton of that), a big smile and her gentle level headed way. I counted her as a Friend, not just a kid in Cheer class. During high school at King, she always supported the Baseball team of which Dustin played on for 4yrs. She would sit with me in the stands or the fabled "First Baseline Club", as I kept score. Even after High School, ANYTIME we would meet she would ALWAYS give me such a hugh smile and a tight hug, wanting to know how I had been & what Dustin was doing. I can say I ALWAYS thought Jordan was an Angel here on Earth, and I'm so glad that I was fortunate enough to be graced with knowing her. She is in Heaven, didn't even have to go to Angle School, as she already was one & hit the ground running already on her way to helping others as she did so well here on Earth.

Tiana Cardona

September 11, 2020

A couple of years ago on a Tuesday in October, around 12:30am, I walked into Pete’s Place for a celebratory drink. I had dressed up for work because at midnight it would officially be my birthday. I had recently moved into the neighborhood and drove by Pete’s many times. I decided that I would have a drink or two before heading home. I remember it was pretty quiet, and noticed there were a couple of ladies in the bar, and a female bartender. I thought that was pretty cool, talk about Girl power. Jordyn introduces herself right away with a big smile. and complimented my dress. I thanked her and mentioned it was my birthday. She gave me my first drink on the house. You’d think that’s how the story would end. A birthday memory in the books, but it was more than that. I knew that night that I had made a friend. Jordyn’s smile and spirit could instantly light up the room. She had this way of making you feel so welcomed and loved. She was always so supportive. We talked about anything and everything, and girl talk always ended in laughter. Even on the busiest of nights, she’d find the time to catch up with me. Jordyn, I’m so sorry to hear your gone. I pray for your family and loved ones, and everyone who knew you. You made a difference in so many of our lives. Love you Jordyn. Rest In Peace beautiful ❤️

James Dublin

September 11, 2020

I met Jordan via Rick Solomon, a coworker. She was always pleasant and friendly. She introduced me to Josh, her brother, who instantly had me in stitches, laughing. My immediate conclusion, meeting these siblings, was, they’re close and very wholesome pair. “Jordan, it was always so refreshing to talk with you. I miss you well dear heart.”

James Waldron

September 10, 2020

We are sorry for your loss. We will keep y’all in our thoughts and prayers
In the days ahead.
Jeffrey & Cheryl Waldron

Amber Starr

September 9, 2020

Jordan was always so kind to me. I always knew her as Josh and Tanner’s cool older sister. I used to get so excited to get off work at the Pressbox to go and see her at Pete’s place. While I didn’t hangout with her until I was older (21) we became pretty close. Any time I needed advice she was there for me. She was a straight shooter and I loved that about her. I have always looked up to her and still do. Jordan you will be missed by so many. Xoxo

John Audia

September 9, 2020

Mr & Mrs Jarrett I'm so sorry for your loss. I met Jordan at few functions at the club and then at Pete's Place, she was always smiling and always was kind and polite. As a parent I can't imagine your pain. Know you have a beautiful angel looking down on you all. If there is anything I can do please let me know

Annette Renny

September 9, 2020

I helped her find her first home she was a beautiful soul and knew what she wanted, Independant and loved dogs. I knew I would enjoy working with her. She was so much like her mom. She has gained her wings and will be watching over from above.

Aischlin Vincent

September 9, 2020

Jordan, you will always be my best friend. The most incredible person I have ever known, it was a privilege that you chose me as a friend. You somehow always made everything better, no matter what shitty thing we were doing or talking about. We grew up as adults together, with you leading the way. I admired you so much, and we pushed each other to exceed in life. There were countless overnight study sessions in college, aligning our class schedules and then skipping class together, multiple trips we ventured, living together, binge watching The Office and Tosh.0, shopping in each others closets, spending nights in dive bars playing cards (I still keep our deck of cards in my car), people watching together, crafting and making jewelry together, watching you clean pools, my nickname smaischlin, teaching me to drive stick, introducing me to charcuterie boards years before that was even a thing, always having me french braid your gorgeous hair, graduating and settling into our post college lives without losing touch, then never having enough time to catch up when we did see each other. You were with me through both of my brunette phases, you were the first person I told about my pregnancies both times, you knew me better than I knew myself sometimes. Being the cool auntie to my kids even though you hated kids🤣, but "not your kids" as you'd always tell me. Anytime I was with you, it felt like home. You had such an impact on everyone you met, making friends everywhere (its like you'd never met a stranger). I find comfort in having spoken to you the night before, that you were able to come see my new house a few months ago, that despite being in different places in life we still talked almost daily, that you had told me numerous times how proud you were of me and vice versa. We shared a very special connection, one that others close to you know exactly how speical that felt. We didn't deserve your amazing-ness, but you shared it anyways. I LOVE YOU.


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