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He was the city's 'game changer,' Arlington leaders say of late figure Michael Jarrett

Dec. 4—ARLINGTON — Michael Jarrett loved solving problems. One solution he never had to find was having enough time for the friends, families and communities he loved. Sometimes, that meant driving across the state when one of his daughters, Melanie Jarrett, played softball at UT Austin. Other times, he looked for excuses to go into work as president of Worthington National Bank's Arlington branch, or livening up a finance committee briefing during myriad nonprofit board meetings. At all times, his family said, he made time for everyone and everything in his 72 years of life.
ARLINGTON, TX
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Inno Under 25: Michael Jarrett of Horizon Two Labs

Michael Jarrett wears a lot of hats at his job with Horizon Two Labs, a startup studio near Grandview. And that suits the 23-year-old Ohio State University graduate just fine. Jarrett has been trying new challenges ever since high school, when he took advantage of the College Credit Plus dual enrollment program to attend Columbus State Community College during his senior year, earning free college credits.
OHIO STATE
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