Carolyn Jarrett

Carolyn Jarrett, 88 formerly of formerly of 172 Hedgehog Lane, and Nelson Avenue Apartments, passed away, Monday May 30, 2022 at the Bradford Manor.

Born on February 19, 1934, in Bradford she was a daughter of the late Jesse E. and Anna E. (Neiger) Sprague.

On May 14, 1955, in the West Branch United Methodist Church, she married Orvis C. Jarrett, who died on June 24, 1999. 

She worked at Airco Speer in the cafeteria for Servomation for many years.

She was a member of West Branch United Methodist Church, and she volunteered at Bradford Regional Medical Center. In 2018 she was awarded the Star Volunteer Award from BRMC. She was known for her baking skills, especially her pies. She made pies for many charitable bake sales throughout the years and it gave her great pleasure to provide desserts for any occasion.

Surviving are two daughters, Debbie (Anil) Pradhan, Brenda (Rodney) Osborne, both of Bradford, one son, Jeff (Fay) Jarrett, of Seville, Ohio. two sisters, Mary Jean Sprague, of Bradford, Geraldine Aszbach, of Ruckerville, VA, one sister-in-law, Claudia Sprague, of Bradford, 10 grandchildren, Gary (Amy) Yeager, Mindy (Zack) Bouquin, Gretchen Bines, Bradley Osborne, Jeffrey Jarrett, Chris (Jordan) Jarrett, Maneesha (Steven) Walker, Sameer Pradhan, Rajeev (Jess) Pradhan, Andrew Jarrett, many great grandchildren and several nieces & nephews. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers, Walter, Chuck, James, and Howard Sprague and a brother in law, Bob Aszbach.

Family will be receiving friends on Thursday June 2, 2022, in the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes, Inc., 33 South Avenue from Noon to 1:00 pm. At 1:00  pm funeral and committal services will be held with Rev. Max Miller, officiating.

For those not able to attend in person, this service will be live streamed. Click on Live Stream Funerals tab at the top of this page. It will be live after 12:55 pm.

Burial will be in Willow Dale Cemetery. 

Memorials, if desired, may be made to the West Branch United Methodist Church.

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc.

Online condolences may be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com

 

HOLLENBECK-CAHILL Funeral Home

33 South Avenue • Bradford, PA 16701

All Condolences -

Dear Brenda, Deb and families, We are very sorry for your loss. Carolyn was a special woman. She was kind and so thoughtful of others. More than a couple of times she would show up with a banana cream pie. We are thinking of you and hoping your hearts begin to heal soon.
— Heather & Jeff Ward

Deb, Brenda & Jeff: Always enjoyed talking to your mom at the hospital she was such a dear. And her pies were so great!! My deepest sympathy to you all
— Ginny Crouse

I will always remember how good your mother and dad were to me growing up. I have such fond memories with Brenda, Jeff and Debbie. My heart goes out to all of you. May God bless you all. She was a wonderful person!
— GAYLYNN WENTWORTH

I am so sorry for your loss! Carolyn was a person I looked up to. I loved staying with you in the summers and seeing you at the Sprague reunions. It is so difficult watching the struggle of the body doing OK but the mind slipping. Love to all of you in this difficult time!
— Hope Sprague

My sincere condolences to the family. I remember visiting the family back when we were young. My father worked at Speers with your parents.
— Vicki Benninger Rembold and Chuck Benninger

Brenda, I am so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
— Marcia Avey

Remember all the happy times. Continue to honor your Mom with the cooking skills that she taught you.
— Jill and Dave Schwab

So sorry for the loss of your Mom. She has gone to be with God, and will be watching over you all. Dealing with the loss is never easy on this side, but knowing she is at peace should be a comfort. God bless you all.
— Al & Sheryl Pence

I am so sorry to learn of your moms passing. God bless you all during this difficult time. I remember her back in the 60s going to WB Church when I was in the Frantz family.
— JUDY KEENAN

Sympathy and prayers. Carolyn was a wonderful woman. May she now rest in peace.
— Gail Moyer

Many hugs and condolences to Carolyns family. She was a great neighbor and made wonderful pies.
— Debby Anthony

Condolences

  • Dear Brenda, Deb and families, We are very sorry for your loss. Carolyn was a special woman. She was kind and so thoughtful of others. More than a couple of times she would show up with a banana cream pie. We are thinking of you and hoping your hearts begin to heal soon.

    — Heather & Jeff Ward
  • Deb, Brenda & Jeff: Always enjoyed talking to your mom at the hospital she was such a dear. And her pies were so great!! My deepest sympathy to you all

    — Ginny Crouse
  • I will always remember how good your mother and dad were to me growing up. I have such fond memories with Brenda, Jeff and Debbie. My heart goes out to all of you. May God bless you all. She was a wonderful person!

    — GAYLYNN WENTWORTH
  • I am so sorry for your loss! Carolyn was a person I looked up to. I loved staying with you in the summers and seeing you at the Sprague reunions. It is so difficult watching the struggle of the body doing OK but the mind slipping. Love to all of you in this difficult time!

    — Hope Sprague
  • My sincere condolences to the family. I remember visiting the family back when we were young. My father worked at Speers with your parents.

    — Vicki Benninger Rembold and Chuck Benninger