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Cary Lee Jarvis

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Apr 13, 1922 – Apr 28, 2016 (Age 94)


April 13, 1922
April 28, 2016
Virginia Beach, Virginia


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National Cremation Obituary

Cary Lee Jarvis, 94, of Virginia Beach, died April 28, 2016. Born in Norfolk, Virginia on April 13, 1922 the son of the late Cecil and Emily Jarvis. He is predeceased by his son, Cecil Franklin Jarvis; former wife, Nellie Elizabeth Jarvis; and brother, Douglas Franklin Jarvis. Mr. Jarvis...

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Into sure if you'll see this, Mary Ella, but I just found this. Know that you're in my heart and I think of you. Wish I knew where you are.Much love, Kathryn (Anderson) now Miko.

Omaha Beach towards Vierville Sur Mer

My son (Ike, 9) and I did not know Mr. Jarvis or his family. We are sending our condolences and thanks for his sacrifice and service. We are in Normandy France as we write this. We walked Omaha beach this afternoon and then visited the US Cemetery and Memorial. The beach and water was calm. The sun was shinning. Tears and words cannot convey our gratitude. To Mr. Jarvis, to the countless others who made it back and for all those that did not - you have a place in our hearts and will...

Thank God that we had such brave and honorable men willing to serve our nation. We still have many, but I fear that their reasons are not as noble and selfless. I pray that we will continue to be a beacon to the world. God bless your family, may you rest in peace Mr. Jarvis

Cary Lee was a very kind man and is a distant cousin. He sat down with the Douglas cousins a couple of years ago and talked about our family. He was a great source of information and had wonderful stories. For those Douglas cousins, who knew very little about their family lineage and history, he filled in the spaces. He had photos he gave us and was very gracious in the time he spent. From all the Douglas cousins, our sincere, deepest sympathy at the passing of one of the Greatest...

Thanks for your service to global security your one of many that taken part in the biggest operation ever mounted by man I know you would not admit it your a real life super hero that had to endure the worst that man can throw at you and you all taken it like men may your souls be at piece in heven where you can meet up with your old buddies and may your family,s pain be short lived and rest in the fact you contributed to 70 years of global piece and that you've moved on to be with god and...

So many of our WWII / 29th ID veterans have gone on to their great reward. May he "Rest In Peace".

Thank you sir for what you gave! My dad was in the 29th, Omaha Beach, D-Day. He passed 2 years ago May 1.

Thank you for your outstanding service to this Country, we all are save because of great men like you.

We won't forget! Although our time was short you remain in my heart. Mary Ella's hero a true American hero! Rest in Peace!