McLennan County, Texas
MART DAILY HERALD
MARCH 07, 1960
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR E.E. JARRARD HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Ennis Everett Jarrard, 58, died Saturday morning at his home, 307 N. Carpenter, following a several months' illness.
Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the First Methodist Church with the pastor, Rev. Wilson Canafax, officiating. Burial in Mart Cemetery with the Mart Masonic Lodge conducting the graveside rites. Littlepage in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers were: E.K. Folley, L.K. Hardeman, Roy Nail, D.O Bryson, Frank Martin, H.E. Williams, Jack Fife, and Conley Heflin.
Mr. Jarrard was born Feb. 28, 1902, in White Co., Ga. He moved to Mart in 1928 where he worked as a mechanic and as a garage owner. During World War II he worked for Bluebonnet Ordinance Plant at McGregor. In 1945 he began work as a fireman for the Missouri Pacific Lines. He made his last trip in July, 1959 when he became ill.
When he died, he was a Mart city Commissioner, a member of the Volunteer Fire Department, of which he was fire chief for 10 years, a member of B. of L. F. and E. Karem Temple, Woodman of the World and First Methodist Church.
He was a 32nd degree Mason.
Survivors are his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Dan Jameson of Red Oak; one son R. Lee Jarrard of Mart; four brothers, R.J. Jarrard of Sandusky, Ohio, F.M. Jarrard of Winston-Salem, N.C., Rogers Jarrard of San Diego, Calif., and Hayne Jarrard of Bulford, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. W.J. Hutchins of Buford, Ga., Mrs. Freeman Burbank of San Francisco, Calif., and Miss Salina Jarrard of San Clements, Calif.; one grandson, R.L. Jarrard Jr. of Mart.