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.