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Trudy Jarrett

Trudy E. Jarrett

Sunday, March 30th, 1941 - Saturday, August 15th, 2020
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Obituary

Trudy E. Jarrett age 79 of Kettering, Ohio passed away August 15, 2020 at Hospice of Dayton ending a lengthy courageous battle with multiple health conditions.

Trudy was born on March 30, 1941 in Dayton, Ohio and proceeded her in death by her Mother Lillian (Koput) Tincher and Step-father James Tincher, her Father Gerald Watt, sister Shirley Wurts and brother-in-law John Wurts, Trudy is survived by her sister Lynne Mullins.

She is also survived by her children D. Scott Taylor of Kettering, Ohio, Deborah Trimble of Kettering, Ohio, Dawn Heuss (David) of Mansfield, Ohio, D. Randy Taylor (Becky) of Kettering, Ohio.

She was a loving Nana and advocate to 5 granddaughters (Amber, Elizabeth, Amanda, Lillian, Avrianna), 11 grandsons (Jesse, Jeremy S, Jeremy H, Shannon, Nathan, Brandon, Jason, Christopher, Bryon, Junior, Wesley), greatgrandchildren (Cody, Lindsay, Abigail, Dara, Samantha, Jay, Carson, Riley, Sebastian, Cameron, Serenity) and special niece Tammy Thomas; and sisters Vickie Watt Woods, Beverly Watt Gussman.

Trudy was unofficially “Mom”, “Nana” to many others throughout her life, and family was everything to her.

From 2 to 5 pm, a Celebration of Her Life will be Sunday, August 30, 2020 and a Prayer Service at 3pm:
VFW post 9927
3316 Wilmington Pike
Kettering, OH 45429
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Service Details

  • Service

    Sunday, August 30th, 2020 | 3:00pm
    When
    Sunday, August 30th, 2020 3:00pm
    Location
    VFW Post 9927
    Address
    3316 Wilmington Pike
    Kettering, OH 45429
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Reception

    Location
    VFW Post 9927
    Address
    3316 Wilmington Pike
    Kettering, OH 45429
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Notes
    Reception from 2-5pm Sunday August 30, 2020

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Posted at 08:24pm
Where do I begin...Trudy was a Free Spirit, as was her CB handle. I've known Trudy since 1974. We worked at the "stop-n-go" (rob). We were like Laverne & Shirley. We did karaoke before it was popular, with "Don't Go Break in My Heart" at Fudruckers hamburger joint. We cruised the night streets during the blizzard of 78' in Trudys' jeep getting doctors & nurses to the hospital. She also plowed parking lots. Trudy and I were college buddies. We got into harmless mischief all the time. We had planned to retire to Vegas on our lottery winnings. (Still waiting) Trudy and I were going to start a "chicken ranch" in Alaska for the pipeline workers. She always could be found at Dunkin Donuts late at night for our CB coffee breaks with Doy, Earnie and the gang. Trudy was a foster Mom to lots of kids ad well as her own. She had an Associates Degree and worked for a doctor for awhile. Trudy was full of live and up for an adventure. Even when she got sick, she faced it on her terms. Trudy loved animals especially dogs. More than anything, Trudy loved her family! She was maid of honor at my wedding. (All of us in dresses). She was Santa's helper, we would wrap gifts until the wee hours if the morning. Trudy loved to go to the "country" clubs to hear Donnie Bowser and the StoneHearts sing "Statue of a Fool". She was a Great baby sitter and loved it very much. Trudy saved my life once when we worked the convenience store. I was working 3rd shift and we were talking in the phone. We had a pre set code word for robbery. In came a masked man with a gun. He said get off the phone. I used the code word and hung up. Trudy knew to call the police. They arrived. We were always getting robbed because of the location. I quit after facing a gun the 4th time. But Trudy and I remained BFFs. Life happened, we drifted apart, But whenever we would get together or phone, it was like time stood still and we never missed a beat. The last time I saw Trudy she was getting ready for a doctor visit. When I left we hugged. I will cherish that moment forever. I offer my sincerest sympathy to the family, Scott, Dawn, Randy, Debbie, Amber, and all the rest. Keep Trudys' memory alive in your hearts and remember the good times. I will miss her terribly. Free Spirit is 10-7. Chris
 
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Deborah Trimble Posted at 03:41pm

Thank you Chris, you were a GOOD friend to mom! And yes, she had stories to tell about the escapades that the two of you would get involved in! LOL! 🤐 Debbie
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