David William Jarrell Jr, 54, – SETH WV- The man. The myth. The legend. Men wanted to be him and women wanted to be with him. He loved Reese’s, Star Wars, Crown Royal bags, watching his kids play sports, talking about his kids playing sports, beautiful women, S-10's, the Dallas Cowboys, throwing a good party, oiling up a glove, getting in some trouble, Honey Buns, a beautiful Corvette, God Made Chevrolet’s (GMC’s), Kid Rock, Daytona Beach, his Pimp Palace, Cherry Bombs, and jamming out to his homemade playlists. Not necessarily in that order. He was a master in personalizing anything and everything (DMFJ). Davy was the man you went to when you needed a good laugh or a friend to listen. He had one of those personalities where the humor came so naturally it seeped into every conversation he had, leaving you crying or with a tummy ache from laughing so hard with him. He opened his home and heart to anyone who needed a place to stay or a shoulder to lean on. He was a proud son and would tell anyone who would listen about his what his father had accomplished in his lifetime (and the work David Sr made him do along the way). Partner in Crime and sister, Dolly, was one of his favorite people to hangout with and pick a fight. If you didn’t find him at home, you’d find him with her. More than anything in this world, he loved his three kids, niece, and nephews (Demi, Hali, Davy, Baylee, Trace, and Sloan), and the proof is all over his home and in the memories and words he left with them. Davy was one of the most loving and most loved men we have ever known. He will forever live on through the memories he gave us. David passed away September 19, 2021 at his home. He was preceded in death by his mother, Midgee Dolan Jarrell Sigman, grandparents, Joe and Jesse Dolan, and Ira Basil and Ines Ossie Jarrell. Left to cherish his memory are his father and step-mother, David W. Jarrell Sr and Pam Jarrell; three children: Demi Jarrell, Hali Jarrell, and Davy Jarrell; one sister, Dolly Jarrell Estep and Larry Estep, one niece, Baylee Harless and two nephews, Trace Harless and Sloan, his uncles, aunts, cousins, many friends, and of course his dog Chico. Graveside services will be held Friday afternoon September 24, 2021 at two o’clock in the Pineview Cemetery, Orgas, WV.
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