Jarrett loved WWE Wrestling and his all-time favorite country singer, Luke Bryan. He never met anyone that he did not immediately fall in total admiration for, he loved everyone. He also was a very found lover of animals, especially kittens and puppies.
Though he faced a myriad of challenges that set him apart from peers in many ways, Jarrett made friends everywhere he went. He was a carefree loving spirit and soul that never met anyone he did not immediately grow found of.
Jarrett was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Richard L. Hunter and paternal grandfather, Aubrey “Tiny” Clemmons. He is survived by his parents, Beverly Hunter and Richard Moss, sister, Monica Moss (Jon), nephew (Trenton), brother, Richie Moss (Chia) and nephews (Chace and Danny). Uncle Richard Hunter and cousin’s Brooke Hunter, Shania Crews and Charlie Reas, maternal grandmother, Barbara (Jeanette) Bailey, paternal grandmother Audrey Clemmons. Jarrett had an extensive number of relatives he did not see often, but he loved dearly and always held them close in his thoughts.
Oak Ridge Funeral Home in Haines City has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements. Visitation will be on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. for the family. Additional viewing will continue at 10:00 a.m. for friends. The service will start after the viewing at 11:00 a.m. follow by interment at Forest Hill Cemetery in Haines City, FL. The family encourages all who knew Jarrett to attend and share memories and celebrate his life.