Celebrating the Life of Jarion M. Tudman
Jarion M. Tudman was born November 29, 1993, in Amarillo, Texas to Marlene Coble and Joel Tudman. Jarion, full of life and energy, was known to light up any room he entered. His mission was to transform and impact everyone he encountered. It was a priority for Jarion to be a heart-felt listener and open his arms to anyone who needed it. Jarion confessed his love for Christ at a young age and preached his first sermon. Being a Godly man meant the world to him and it was demonstrated every day.
Jarion was a very talented man and an accomplished athlete. He was selected to the first team All-Edmond and led the team to the state quarterfinals his senior year. During Jarion’s tenure he rushed for 1,299 yards in 2010,1,085 yards in 2011 and 23 touchdowns. He went to state in Track and Field for the 100, 200, 4x1, 4x4, and still remains the school record holder in the triple jump.
Jarion graduated from Northwestern University in Alva, Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health and Sports Science. His freshman year, he led the football team in all-purpose yards and set the single-game school record in kick return yards.
After graduation, Jarion owned and operated his own personal fitness facility in Fort Worth, Texas. He was known and had a reputation for his ability to help his clients feel better about themselves and see notable changes in their body. One of his many contributions was coaching the Little Longhorns Football team in Amarillo.
Jarion took his final flight to rest in the arms of Jesus on Thursday, October 7, 2021. He will be deeply missed and will continue to bring joy and happiness to everyone he’s encountered.
Jarion was a husband, son, brother, friend, coach, and so much more. He was survived by his wife: Amanda Tudman, mother: Marlene Coble, father: Joel (LaTasha) Tudman, grandparents, Warren Coble, Gail Hall, Brenda (B.F.) Roberts and James (Nell) Tudman, sisters: Hayven Tudman, Ty’yehn Edwards, Jhordyn Patton, Dasha Warfield, Jadisyn Ann Tudman, Christian Tudman and Joel Tudman II, and brothers: Larry Brooks, Demetrius Hood, Kobe Tudman, and Cayden Tudman, his best friend: Hercules, and a host of family and friends.
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