Darian Rey Jarrott
Deming - Senior Patrolman Darian Rey Jarrott, 28, died in the line of duty February 4, 2021. Private services open to immediate family will begin with a visitation Friday morning, February 12, 2021 from 10 to 12 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Lordsburg. Funeral Mass will be that afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lordsburg High School Football Field with Fr. Jude Okonkwo, Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church officiating. This will be a private event open to immediate family and New Mexico State Police. Covid 19 restrictions will be in place with masks required and social distancing enforced. Interment will be at Shakespeare Cemetery with honors presented by the New Mexico State Police Honor Guard. Services will be live streamed with the link to be announced by New Mexico State Police.
Darian was born April 10, 1992 in Silver City to John R. and Gloria (Tarango) Jarrott. He graduated from Lordsburg High School in 2010 where he was a talented athlete and salutatorian of his class. He always had an interest in law enforcement and began his career as a Detention Officer and later was an Inspector with the Department of Motor Transportation. Darian continued to further his education at Western New Mexico University and received a Bachelor's Degree in Administration of Justice. He worked with the Department of Public Safety and became a Certified Law Enforcement Officer in 2014 with class 189. Darian was very dedicated to his career and in July 2015 furthered his career with the New Mexico State Police. He loved his family and friends and is remembered as always having a smile. He also enjoyed hunting and video games.
He is survived by his wife Gabriella D. Jarrott; his parents, John and Gloria Jarrott; children Darian Jarrott Jr., Noah Rey Jarrott, Ariella Rey Jarrott, and 1 child on the way; brother John Rosalio Jarrott Jr., sisters Demetria Jarrott and Alicia Jarrott; and numerous extended family members and colleagues. He was preceded in death by grandparents John C. Jarrott Jr. and Maria Jarrott, Santiago Tarango and uncle John C. "Tungie" Jarrott III.