Jarret Leigh Lord, age 41, of Bradenton, Florida, formerly of Philadelphia, passed away unexpectedly on September 4, 2021. \nJarret grew up in Philadelphia and was raised by his mother Helen Lord-Zysk and her husband Matt Zysk. He attended W.B. Saul High School and was a proud graduate of Penn State University Class of 2001. A true Patriot, he loved his Country and enlisted as an officer to serve in the U.S. Air Force from 2001 - 2004. After honorably serving his Country, he moved to the Chalfont neighborhood of Philadelphia where he continued growing a family with, Patti, his High School sweetheart. \nJarret was a true family man and gave all of his time to them. He was a tireless coach and assisted with his local boy scout troop. For 13 years, Jarret coached T-ball, Basketball and Lacrosse at Calvary Athletic Association. He also coached Basketball and Track for Our Lady of Calvary CYO and the first 3 Archdiocesan Championships for Track and Field they won was during the time Jarret was coaching. A member of the Board of Directors, Jarret was a soccer coach for the Academy Sabers. He was also a huge part of Boy Scout Troop 460 which is based out of Our Lady of Calvary. \nJarret was adventurous and loved the outdoors which made him well suited for the numerous activities he was involved with for his neighborhood. He liked to play Xbox with his friends online. During Christmas time, he loved the annual decorating battle with his neighbors. He was a true friend to everyone he knew and touched many lives along the way. \nBeloved husband of Patti (nee Hanson), Devoted Dad of Jarret, Evan, Ayden and Kherington. Cherished son of Helen Lord-Zysk (nee Zikul), Matt Zysk and the late Herb Lord. Loving brother of Austin Lord (Suzette), Kasmir Zysk, Leonah Lord, and son-in-law of Pat Hanson. He is also survived by many step siblings, nephews, nieces, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. \nRelatives, friends, members of Calvary AA, OLC CYO, Boy Scout Troop 460 and Academy Sabers are invited to offer condolences to his family on Saturday June 4, 2022 from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM at T.J. Fluehr Funeral Home, 11010 Knights Rd. Words of Remembrance 11:00 AM.\nTo share a memory of Jarret, please visit www.tjfluehr.com\nFlorists, all deliveries must arrive at the funeral home on Friday, June 3, 2022 before 3:00 PM.\n\nTo send flowers to Jarret's family, please visit our floral store.