Twila (Wentz) Jarvis

Born: Sun., Nov. 30, 1930
Died: Tue., Mar. 24, 2020

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Location: Private

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Jarvis, Twila, 89, formerly of Central City, died March 24, 2020.  Born November 30, 1930, the daughter of Irvin and Elenora Wentz.  Preceded in death by parents; husband, Thomas E. Sr.; son, Lloyd; and 5 sisters and 1 brother.  Survived by 6 children, 15 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 1 brother.  She was a member of the Central City United Methodist Church and worked as a beloved cafeteria lady for the Shade Central City School District.  She will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.  The family wishes to thank the staff at Windber Woods and Windber Hospice for their dedication and care of our mother and grandmother.  Private visitation at the Mulcahy Funeral Home, Central City.  Private   Graveside Service, Berkey Cemetery, Rev. Crissman.

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Debra Thrash
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
I was saddened to hear of Aunt Twila passing, i always thought of her as a special person.
We cannot be there , but you are in our thoughts and prayers.
i think our parents would like the idea of us all getting together to remember
them. If any one wants to help plan this you can reach me at 814-442-9204.

Brenda Hummel
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
sorry to hear of Aunt Twila, passing. I always enjoyed when Liz and Aunt Twila would stop and catch me up on the family,while working at Walmart in Johnstown . You are all in my prayers, hope we can all get together sometime...

Jerry and Judy Yock
   Posted Sun March 29, 2020
Dear Jarvis Family, Sending our sincere sympathy at your loss of Twila.

Barbara Kuzupas
   Posted Sun March 29, 2020
We are very sorry to hear of Twila's passing. I will always remember her as a dear co-
worker who helped me through my first years as a lunch lady at Shade. She was a very
kind and caring person. Our sympathies to you all.

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