Richard Jarrold

Richard Jarrold -Kingsville Celebration Centre

May 1, 1956 - May 27, 2020
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It is heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of Rick at his home surrounded by his family Wednesday May 27, 2020 after a short courageous battle with cancer at the age of 64 years. Beloved husband of June (Julien). Dear father to Justin Jarrold, Jason Jarrold (Caitlyn Will), and his precious grandson Maverick, the light of his life. Son of the late Sally Ecker and the late William R. Jarrold “Bill”. Cherished brother of Deborah McDonald (Dan); beloved son in law of Norma Julien and brother in law to Jean Bailey (Ron), and the late Joe Julien (JoAnn). Rick will be missed by many nieces and nephews and friends. Rick was a long-time employee of Brewer’s Retail. He had a love for camping, family, his cherished dogs and his Florida family. If you so wish, memorial donations may be made in Rick’s name to Don Cherry’s Pet Rescue.
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Posted at 03:11pm
Dear June and family. I was so sad to see about Rick's passing. Take care.

Waiva Cowell

Alma Price

Posted at 06:21pm
Dear June and family,
Never saw him without a smile and a joke. We just want you all to know what a pleasure it was to have known Rick and wish that we could have had the pleasure to have known him longer. We would always look forward to you guys arrival and knew that when we saw him and those dogs that the party had began. We're grateful he is no longer in pain and especially that he left all of you with so many good memories and also many good memories for the rest of us.
Ron and Alma Price

Terry Terry

Posted at 12:07pm
Rick looked after my Mom and Dads (Lorraine and Geza Nemeth) lawn since they moved into town in 2004. Always had a good gab with him when he came buy. My heart goes out to June and family, I am so sorry for your loss.
Terry Terry

Cindy Cherry

Posted at 09:10pm
From Don and Cindy Cherry plus the all the animals that benefit from the Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation.
We want to thank the Jarrold Family for thinking of us in their time of sorrow. Donations that have come in reflect how much he was loved and admired by so many people. Though we did not know him, sounds like he loved dogs and hockey, so he must have been one heck of a guy.

Melissa Griffin

Posted at 09:19pm
To June, Sons and Family.
My deepest condolences to you on the loss of your husband and father.
Although I did not know him very very well, he seemed like such a nice guy!
I’m glad he got to know his grandson Maverick and watch Leaf’s hockey together ❤️
Please take good care of yourselves during this most difficult of times.
Sincerely, Carolyn Dillabough and Family

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