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Jarrod Stephen 



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    Family will be receiving friends

    on Wednesday, February 24th

    from 4:00-6:00 PM

    at Hilton Funeral Home


On Thursday February the 11th 2021, Jarrod Stephen Sharp, 43, loving father of three daughters, passed away. Jarrod was born August 23, 1977 in York, PA and was a veteran who served in the US Air Force. He was a Computer Science graduate from the University of Maryland, an MBA graduate from Penn State University, and held a Juris Doctor Degree from the Baltimore School of Law, University of Maryland. He was exceptionally bright and an overachiever in all his academic and professional pursuits.  


He was employed as a Privacy Attorney with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland.  His career spanned both Law, Information Technology and Cyber Security fields and he held various prestigious positions in both areas over the last two decades.


Jarrod was constantly learning new things and was relentless in his pursuit to improve his education and professional accomplishments. He loved all types of sports and was a loyal Terps fan. Jarrod was most passionate about being a father to his three beautiful daughters. He was always trying to foster new interests and expose them to new things. Jarrod was a fun and caring father who wanted the absolute best for his daughters. The girls have many memories of fun times spent with him at the beach, the lake, the mountains and at home. He loved them dearly and no one could make them laugh as much as him. 


Jarrod was a charismatic, passionate and loyal friend to many. His sense of humor was perhaps his most endearing quality, one which his friends and family relished. Jarrod never missed an opportunity to make people laugh. His personality and charm lit up every room he walked into, and made every get together with friends a time to always remember. 


He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Virginia Margolis. He is survived by his three daughters, Avery (7), Ellison (5), Isla (3), his paternal grandmother, Dorothy, mother Lorri Rhiner, father, Stephen, stepmother, Janet, sister, Courtney, brother-in-law, Ahmad, nephew, Isaak, brother, Chad, and the mother of his three daughters, Laura.


In lieu of gifts or cards please donate to the charity of your choice to make this world a better place for his three daughters and all of us. Jarrod was well loved and respected by his friends, family and colleagues and will be very dearly missed. 



From: Jeremy Alward

Jarrod was one of my closest friends starting in high school and through our thirties. He was with me during some of my most important life events. Jarrod had the unique ability to transcendence any event that he attended. He was someone that people gravitated towards and when they did they would often become long term friends. I feel very fortunate to have had Jarrod in my life. I know that I would be a very different person today without his friendship. My heart goes out to Laura, Avery , Ellison , Isla, Mia, Chad, Steve, Lorri, Janet, and all of Jarrod's family and close friends who are I know have lost someone so special.

From: Daniel Shortt

I first met Jarrod around 11 years ago as a teenager at the Ravens’ games with my father. Jarrod sat next to us for many years and was always the life of the stands. He had an energy about him that radiated to everyone around. As a kid, I often picked on him for always lathering up with sunscreen during the hot games! Your family is in my thoughts and prayers, I am thankful to say that I had a great friend in Jarrod.

From: Joy Cunningham

Our thoughts and prayers are with Mia & family, Janet & Steve and Laura and their girls. This is indeed a loss for our entire family. Buddy you will be missed and remembered fondly. I would like to think that you are at peace and smiling and singing. One of my favorites~ "Puff the magic dragon" during one of our many family gatherings.

From: Mia Abdelrahman

My brother Bud was anything less than an amazing, funny, and loving brother. I have always been proud to be your sister, always sharing his funny humor with everyone around me. Bud called me Mia, meaning mine, from the start of our life journey together you were my protector, my guide, my laughter and my friend always watching over me. Throughout life I have followed the sound of your laughter watching you grow to the great man you were. Till the end we laughed and cried together and I will never stop loving you as much as you loved my family and most of all your three beautiful angels, Avery, Ellison, and Isla. We will live in a world that will always tell stories of you. We will relive memories and laugh about all the good times we shared, Bud will live on in spirit if not in body.

From: Sheila and Eric Smith

We are sad for the loss of Jarrod and share the pain this brings. Our memory of Jarrod at family events and outings over the years is one that recalls his intelligence, fun and caring nature. Peace and love to all ..Laura and beautiful daughters, father Steve and devoted sister Mia. Prayers.

From: Melissa Woods

I'm so very sorry to hear of Jarrod's passing. We worked together at Liberty Mutual. He was always a joy to work with over these last few years. We will miss him very much. Thoughts and prayers to all of you in this difficult time.

From: MR.&MRS. James Leese

He was my nephew. He will be missed. Condolences to his family. I am sure he is laughing with grandma in heaven

From: Rosa Ortiz

I have worked with Jarrod closely and he was a dedicated professional, kind and respectful. My deepest sympathies to his family and friends. We all will miss him.

From: Ana Molina

I am deeply sorry for your loss. Jarrod was an excellent colleague, always willing to listen, to learn and open to find solutions. He will be greatly missed.

From: Keith and Sharon Forsythe

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Jarrod. Please know that we are thinking of you and your entire family. We know this is a difficult time and our prayers are with you.

From: Jori and Leena

Rakkaus ei koskaan häviä." ... "Love never fades." Our deepest sympathy to you whole family.

From: Jennifer Liu

There is not one memory I have of Jarrod where I don’t smile when I think about it. I hope he knew the joy that he brought to so many. To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. He will be missed so much.

From: Cary Hansel

Jarrod was a dedicated and principled lawyer as well as a consummate professional. He improved the lives of his clients while contributing to the quantum of justice in the world. This service to others will always be part of his legacy. I wish all touched by Jarrod true peace.

From: Kelly Fleming Wrightson

Mike and I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Sharp family, Laura and the girls. You are in our prayers.

From: Whitney Mitchell Christoe

You are so missed by so many. May your light shine on through your beautiful girls. Deepest condolences to the family. Our thoughts are with you.

From: Christine Way Skinner

Michael and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to Laura, Avery, Ellison and Isla. You are in our prayers during this incredibly difficult time.

From: Rick and Carol Albright Rohrbaugh

We are so sadden to hear of the loss of your son, brother, nephew, father and friend. His magnetic and witty personality is what I will remember most about him. My wish for the family is that they find some peace in time. Our deepest condolences. Rick and Carol Rohrbaugh

From:  Jasmine & Phallon

I'm so grateful that we got to meet you. When you became our neighbor, you & the girls became like family. I can't explain how much I've admired watching you be a magnificent father (which is an understatement), an incredibly hard-working professional and still manage to find time for family and friends. I'm still trying to figure out your secret formula to success. I'll miss hearing your energetic voice screaming, "Jazzy!!!" or "Terps!" on game day. I'll miss hearing you sing aloud to your three girls (usually chanting each of their names) and watching their faces smile, giggle and glow. They adored every bit of your silliness and the magnitude of your love for them is still felt immensely by with many of us! Nevertheless, Thank you for being so kind to me and my daughter. You don't just come across genuine and caring people like yourself. We are gonna miss you terribly!!!

From:  Anuj Patel

What a loss! Jarrod was a wonderfully smart and loving man. I will miss him dearly but carry the fond memories of the great time we had in college. The world has truly lost a good human.

From:  Haley

Buddy you will dearly be missed I love and miss you you’ll forever be in my heart I’m so sorry for your loss

From:  Diane & Chuck Christoe

We remember Jarrod as a loyal friend to our sons. We always enjoyed being in his company. 0ur thoughts & prayers to his family.

From:  Maureen Premo

 I am so deeply saddened by Jarrod's passing. He added light and laughter to all who knew him. I will miss him terribly and I wish you all peace and love.

From:  Anna Sharp

Jarrod will be missed by all of us. We enjoyed spending time with him and the girls at our home. He was an amazing father to his daughters. My prayers are with you all

From:  Keith

I'm so deeply sorry to hear of the family's loss. Wish you all strength and peace.

From:  Amit Subramani

I am so sorry to hear this news. I remember Jarrod being one of the funniest and smartest people I knew growing up. It is remarkable how much he accomplished. Sharing in your sadness as we remember Jarrod.

From:  Brian Christoe

 I am deeply sorry for your loss. If there is ever anything you need please let me know. He will truly be missed. Terps.

From:  Terry and Sherry

Our deepest condolences.

From:  The Hilton Family

We would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family.

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