Jarrett Sibley

October 23, 1980 - August 9, 2023
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Jarrett Lee Sibley

October 23, 1980 – August 9, 2023

Jarrett was born to Rick and Vicki Sibley in Mesa Arizona. Jarrett lived his entire 42 years in Southern Arizona. His home was in Tucson.

Jarrett was a loving and devoted son, grandson, and father to two beautiful girls that he deeply cherished.

Jarrett graduated with the class of 1999 from Mountain View High School. He learned many of the skills he used in life in the industrial arts program there. He was part of the team that entered a contest and won a car for the auto mechanics class.

He was an employee of Southwest Gas Co. in Tucson as a maintenance mechanic for 17 years. Prior to that he worked for a short period of time for Holmes Tuttle Ford and Road Machinery Co.

Jarrett’s passions were his family, his work, designing and building trucks and cars and riding dirt bikes. He was a master fabricator, back-yard engineer and expert welder. Jarrett got many the task of solving challenging mechanical problems because he could be depended on for finding a resolution to the issue.

It has been said by many others that it doesn’t matter what he does he’s good at it. Whether it was bowling, throwing an ax, shooting pool, shooting guns, racing just about anything, or creating something. He could do it well because he was truly gifted.

Jarrett’s personality was one that if you talked to him for more than five minutes you would like him. If you knew him well, you would love him. He never met a stranger. He was versed in just about any subject and could get his point across logically and forcefully.

Jarrett is preceded in death by his fraternal grandfather, William Sibley, his maternal grandparents Barney and Joann Kennedy. Others whose lives he touched and left behind are his parents, Rick and Vicki Sibley, and his beautiful sister Stacy Nelson. He is also survived by two daughters Ember, and Kamryn. His surviving nieces are Hollie Faith Nelson, and McKenzie Joy Nelson. Joshua Thomas Nelson is his surviving nephew. Additionally, his large extended family, cousins, aunts, and uncles, are grieving deeply for this sudden and devastating loss as well as his many friends.

Services will be held August 18th, 2023, at 1:00p m at Marana Mortuary. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to Jarrett’s GoFundMe Me page that will help to support his two little girls during the estate settlement.

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Timeline for Jarrett Sibley

Born: October 23, 1980
Died: August 9, 2023

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Kris Evans posted on 8/17/23

My heart is heavy knowing Jarrett is no longer with you. He was incredibly loved by all of us that were lucky enough to have known him and the entire Sibley family. Memories never leave our hearts. May you find solace in his beautiful daughters. I know that he will never be far as long as they are near you.


George juarez posted on 8/16/23

Hour condolences to the wife , And parents of. Jarrett, You sure to be miss by your friends in family. George and Nancy Juarez


LeRoy and Gerry Policky posted on 8/16/23

Our deepest sympathy to the Sibley family


Lisa Verdugo posted on 8/16/23

He was introduced to me as “Happy” back in high school. He always had the biggest most beautiful smile on his face. I recently ran into him at a mutual friend’s funeral, and I am so thankful I got to see him that one last time. Prayers and strength to all his family and friends! It is never easy to lose a loved one! Rest easy Happy ♥️


Bruce and Ronny Hunker posted on 8/16/23

We were so sorry to hear about Jarrett. . He was such a nice and kind man. We will continue to keep him and his family in our healing prayers. Bruce and Ronny Hunker


Joe Koughn posted on 8/16/23

My sincere condolences and prayers for the family of Jarrett Sibley?


Marc Zimmerman posted on 8/16/23

I met Jarrett aka “Happy” when I was 13 he lived down the street and was always happy and had the most genuine laugh. A lot of memories will be cherished of Jarrett. The best memory I have was he built a 3 wheeler out of a bicycle frame and a lawnmower motor. The throttle was a simple wire with no off switch, we took it to the local school field and both thought we were going to either hurt ourselves or possibly die try riding this contraption he built. He ended up mastering it right away as basically everything he touched. I had a few hiccups but finally figured it out. But as soon as you fell off it the thing would do big circles and wouldn’t stop or turn off. We ended up probably running a few miles every time one of us fall off. He had a huge heart and was a master at everything he touched. I lost touch after high school but ended up running into each other at the lake where we talked though out the years after. My heart hurts knowing someone so happy and full of life has been taken from this earth but may his laugh and all the great memories live forever. My condolences to his two beautiful daughters and the Sibley family.


Kimberly (Suor) Western posted on 8/16/23

I’m so sorry for your loss! Sending my condolences to the family!


Lisa and Gilbert Ramirez posted on 8/15/23

In memory of Jarrett Sibley, Lisa and Gilbert Ramirez lit a candle


Irma Waskom posted on 8/15/23

My Condolences to the Sibley Family and his immediate family, children and his beautiful Grandmother Jean Sibley. God comfort you in your time of grief.


Hollie Nelson posted on 8/15/23

We love you Jarr ❤️ forever


Shawn Stoner posted on 8/15/23

Jarrett is going to be missed, he always greeted me when he saw me in the Autoshop with a hearty 'Stone'! Rest Easy Jarrett.


Jennifer Penrod posted on 8/15/23

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. There is just no words for this loss. Take comfort knowing he is at peace. Cherish every single memory you have and hold onto to those memories to get you through this horrific grief.


Ray and Joann Kotera posted on 8/15/23

So very sorry for your loss.