Huntt Funeral Home

3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD


Warren Craig JARRETT

November 13, 1941July 22, 2020

Warren Craig JARRETT was born on November 13, 1941 and passed away on July 22, 2020 and is under the care of Huntt Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on August 4, 2020 at 5:00 pm at Huntt Funeral Home, 3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD. Private Burial will be held on August 5, 2020 at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, 11301 Crain Hwy., Cheltenham, Maryland.

Donations in Warren Craig JARRETT's memory can be made to American Cancer Society.

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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020

  • Private Burial

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020


Warren Craig JARRETT

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Alan Hunter

August 5, 2020

To Linda and family, Marianne and I are very saddened to learn of Warren's passing. Warren and I shared lots of good times at work. car pooling, and as a personal friend. Had to grip the seat on race days! Enjoyed riding up and down the road and stopping in for a splash of gas. I always got a kick out of delivering Chinese dinners to him after I got off of the 4-12 shift and he would meet me at the curb in shorts. Many good memories and he will be missed by all.
Linda take care and stay in touch, Alan and Marianne

Francesca Avelleyra

August 2, 2020

You will be missed.

With much love,
Francesca and Saul

Mary Ann Gubisch

July 28, 2020

I was very sorry to hear from Pat Kraus that your husband had passed away. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. May the special and beautiful memories of Warren bring you comfort, strength and peace.
With heartfelt sympathy,
Mary Ann (Sr. Christine)

Brenda DeFelice

July 24, 2020

So sorry for your loss. I will always remember Warren's warm heart and his special bond for the dog he befriended beneath his car!! My heart aches for you Linda and your family.

Genny (Cranston) Callegari

July 24, 2020

Dear Linda: I'm Genny from St. Pat's and I also worked at IBEW as the summer help twice during 1966 and 1967 close to you and Mrs. Froman's office. I read from Pat Stanczak Kraus that your husband died in July. I am also a widow and relate to your tremendous loss. I will pray for your husband and you and your family. God Bless You. P.S. My husband always thought he might know one of your brothers but his name I can't recall. My husband went to Bishop John Carroll.

Patricia Stanczak-Kraus

July 23, 2020

Dear Linda, I am so sorry to hear that Warren has passed. You, Jean Monte and I shared many fun times in West Virginia as young women and later Noah and I got to share several days with you and Warren at our home in Romney. We are so happy to have had the opportunity to really see what a funny and wonderful man that you had the pleasure to share a long life with. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this very sad time. Love, Pat Stanczak-Kraus

Patricia Ryan

July 23, 2020


I'm so sorry to hear of Warren's death. I hope all the good memories will get you through this sad time.

You and your family are in my prayers.

Love, Pat Starke Ryan

Mary Hope Darnielle Burkett

July 23, 2020

Sympathy to you, Linda and your family. Prayers for all! God Bless you and help you through this time.

Diane Avelleyra

July 23, 2020

Hi Uncle Warren, I sure miss you lots, I have known you for 33 wonderful years, you were like a second papa to me. I loved your bear hugs greeting me and saying good bye until next get together. You always loved your cups of ice that I would get from wawa for your diet pepsi. You loved our Pat's Pizza when you would visit, we still joke that is Uncle Warren's favorite pizza. I remember you loved your dog and wanted to get home early to be there for the dog. You loved the slots when you and Linda would go together and then with your winnings would treat us to Pat's pizza. Michael and the boys enjoyed playing cards with you, I WISH that I would have learned and played with you Uncle Warren I am sorry that I missed out. I Thank you Uncle Warren for being the Best Brother-In-Law and Uncle to me and my family. I will always treasure the memories. I LOVE YOU Uncle Warren Always & Forever, Diane Marie Avelleyra Please met up with my mom and papa in Heaven and give them a Bear Hug from me. I will always be here for Linda and the girls.

Mary Margaret Avelleyra

July 23, 2020

Warren came into our lives shortly after the loss of our brother John in Vietnam. As I reflect on this, I see God's hand in bringing Warren into our family at that time as he became a big brother to many of us, he became a cherished son to our mom and dad, and he also became a grandfather figure to my children who did not have the opportunity to meet their Pops Avelleyra.

Warren was the epitome of kindness, patience, good humor and fun. As a kid, I will forever remember seeing him driving in his blue VW bug coming over the 30th Street hill and being excited because he was so fun. I loved it when he would take me, Chrissy, Tina and Anna to the WigWam in LaPlata for treats or the many Friday nights playing Clue and watching Creature Feature. How he would make home movies on his Super8 camera and how it was a special night to gather round and watch the films eating the shrimp he would steam. And who can forget the '30th Street' bonfires where he would break out his accordion entertaining the family for hours or bottle rockets he would shoot off on July 4. Warren loved his music and he introduced us to the 50s genre, many vocalists and even great composers. He was so incredibly talented too playing the organ.

As we kids grew, he was always there with sound advice or just listen to us when we were going through a hard time truly concerned about our well-being. All of us were blessed by his benevolence.

Although Warren has left this earthly life and the void is painful, he is forever a part of who we are. The emptiness we will ease with loving memories and stories, finding joy in our recollections.

Until we meet again Warren, I will miss you. Love, MM


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