Michelle Christine (Hensley) Jarboe

Michelle Christine (Hensley) Jarboe

BIRTH: 10/15/1969

DEATH: 03/30/2019

Michelle Christine (Hensley) Jarboe, 49, of Chippewa, passed away Saturday, March 30, 2019 peacefully in her home after her difficult battle with breast cancer.

Born October 15th, 1969, In West Covina, CA, she was the daughter of Denise (Sorel) Vasquez and partner Dennis Smith of Cleveland, TX.  She was employed by Victorian Finance and an attendee at Beaver Assembly of God.

Surviving, in addition to her mother, are her husband, John Jarboe Jr; her step-mother, Charlene Hensley; 3 daughters, Zandy (Brandon), Caitlin and Jeannea (Nate); her son, Austin (Melissa); 5 grandchildren, Zaiden, Ryland, Brycen, Aubrie, and Elijah; and 4 siblings, MaryAnne, Sarah, Joshua, and Debbie.

She was proceeded in death by her father, Corbin Hensley.

Friends and family will be received Tuesday from 5 – 8 p.m., and Wednesday from 10am until the time of services at 11 a.m. in the Gabauer-Lutton Funeral Home- 117 Blackhawk Rd. Beaver Falls PA 15010. Pastor Tim Michaux will officiate.

Private interment will follow in Beaver Falls Cemetery.




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Pastor Tim and Lisa Michaux from Beaver Falls wrote on April 2, 2019 at 5:54 pm:
Our deepest condolences and prayers and love to this wonderful family. My husband and I and our sons had the wonderful privilege of knowing Michelle and John's 3 younger children: Austin, Caitlin and Jeannea, who all attended our Youth Group several years back at Beaver Assembly of God! Such joyous memories we can all hold onto. During the past couple of years, we then had the privilege of knowing Michelle and John and it was evident immediately why their children were so special and wonderful! We so regret not having the opportunity to have gotten to know Michelle better, but her upbeat personality, even in the most painful times always came shining through. Our continued prayers and support will always be here for you all. May God's greatest mercies and presence rest upon you all during this most difficult time. Much Love.
Beaver Assembly of God from Beaver wrote on April 2, 2019 at 5:00 pm:
Michelle and her family were a tremendous blessing to us at Beaver Assembly of God. We love you all very much and are praying for comfort and peace for the family during this very difficult time. All our love and prayers, Your Church Family at Beaver Assembly of God.
Mary Frankenberry from Pittsburgh wrote on April 2, 2019 at 11:40 am:
Michelle was a beautiful person. I was glad to be a part of her life, especially this past year. Her life was too short and she will be missed.
Kim Rowland from Urbana wrote on April 2, 2019 at 11:04 am:
Sorry we cant be there during this rough time for you guys..You will and have been in my prayers for months...we love you...
Mary Beth Frank from Pittsburgh wrote on April 2, 2019 at 12:31 am:
Such a lovely person. Michelle could light up a room when she entered with her bright & shining smile. She made the most difficult problems, not only solvable, but a joy - as I always learned so much from her wealth of knowledge. (we shared many a nerdy joke about technology and Excel spreadsheets) 🙂
Never daunted by a challenge, she jumped in and offered her help whenever anyone needed her. She was always available to chat and share a burden or a laugh; (either via skype or in person)... and her light-hearted perspective would bring an air of levity and humor to any situation. She took the time and care to make sure you were not only successful in solving the problem - but that you understood how she had helped you.
She and I would often share stories of our children and her beautiful grandkids and the joy they brought to her. She would light up when she spoke of them, and enjoyed their visits and vacationing with her family.
She was a positive force of energy that I was happy to see every time she popped by. I will never forget her miniature Zen garden she had on her desk and how she used to slowly & steadily play with the sand while addressing a stressful issue for a client or salesman; smiling the whole time. She was a joy to know, and I am a better person for having known her.
My thoughts and prayers go out to her beautiful family and I pray for them and the difficult days ahead, while knowing that she touched everyone she came into contact with, in a wonderful, enlightened and positive way. ♥