Dave Jarman

3/26/1964 ~ 5/7/2023

Dave Jarman, 59, passed away Sunday, May 7, 2023 at his home in Mount Pleasant, Utah after a long courageous battle with brain cancer.
Dave was born on Sunday, March 26, 1964 in Salt Lake City, Utah to David Sr. And Linda Jarman.
Dave will always be remembered as a loving son, brother, father, grandfather (Papa), friend and loving, devoted husband.
He enjoyed the great outdoors, hunting, camping and spending time with his family and friends and his beloved bogs Blaze and Bruizer.
Dave was a Superintendent with Cop Construction. He was a hard-working and dedicated professional who always took great pride in his work.
He is survived by his wife Kara; mother, Linda; son, Skylar; brother, Darren (Debbie); step-children, Acey Walters, Christopher Ross and Nicholas (Megan) Ross; step-brothers John, Joe and James Jarman; grandchildren, Wyatt, Haley, Hunter, Caleb and Lucas.
Dave is preceded in death by his father David Sr., stepfather Richard and son Jace.
Dave had a huge heart and would step up to help anyone he could. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Services will be held Monday, May 15, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. with a viewing from 11:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary (96 N 100 W, Mount Pleasant, UT). Interment to follow in the Mount Pleasant City Cemetery.

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9 Responses to “Dave Jarman”

  1. Loretta Bullock Mendoza says:

    I’m so deeply sorry for the loss of Dave. He was a wonderful man and I considered him family. He will be missed by those who were fortunate enough to have been in his life. Sending hugs, loves and prayers.

  2. Jenny Sheedy says:

    You were loved so very much and will be deeply missed. I am glad you are no longer in pain and may you be at peace.

  3. Jolynn Crosby says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Dave! He was an amazing guy.

  4. Skyler Jarman says:

    My Father was a great man, with an even greater heart. He put up one hell of a fight, defying odds with his prognosis over and over and over again. Until the very end.

    My dad was the literal definition of a hard worker with even stronger morals and ethics. The BEST operator COP Construction ever had 😉 He was a one-a-kind type of man that left an impression on many. To say he will be missed is simply an understatement.

    Having a passion for taking us kids to the Jeep Safari / Moab and going riding, fishing, hunting and camping. The High Uintas was always a special place for our family that will continue for generations to come as I know it’s what he would want.

    An avid hunter with a respect for all animals and life. He often said “The day I lose “the feeling” is the day I stop hunting.”

    My heart aches for you Dad, A giant piece of me feels eternally incomplete. Until I see you again, save a spot up there for me. I know you and Jace have some catching up to do. I promise I’ll be okay down here and I know you’ll be watching over me. My heart beats your blood, I won’t forget.

  5. Rhonda Merriman says:

    So sorry Linda for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time

  6. Glen Perry says:

    Dave will be sorely missed by all at COP Construction. Dave was an example to us all of truly living our Core Values of Safety, Positive Attitude, Excellence, Dedication, Integrity and Teamwork everyday. Dave was one of the most loyal people I have ever met and his impact on us all will not be forgotten. The entire COP Construction family’s thoughts and prayers are with Dave’s family, friends, co-workers and all who knew Dave.

  7. David was my younger brother and I will miss him so much. When we were young we would go horse back riding down in Moab UT. I will see him again on our eternal journey. I know Dave is out of pain and seeing his son Jace and our father. Till I see you again. Love your oldest brother John.

  8. Terry Despain says:

    Dave it was a pleasure working with ya. You were a great superintendent. Cop will miss ya. I would have loved being at your service, but do to the water issues I will not be able to attend. Thanks for being a great friend. Best wishes to your family. Thanks again Despain

  9. Deepest condolences Sylar, Acey, Linda and Family. We will deeply miss Uncle David. Love and hugs to you all.