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Obituary for Jarad Lang Hamilton

Jarad Lang Hamilton, 43, passed away on Saturday, July 2nd, 2022. He was born December 14th, 1978 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, son of William “Bill” and Deni (Lane) Hamilton. Jarad had a deep passion for his family. He loved growing up with his two brothers and little sister. He was the kind one, the patient one and the one who always had your back no matter how wrong you were! He loved ALL things sports. He loved Kentucky Football, the Reds, the Bengals and EKU Basketball the most. He loved competing! He often hosted and ran poker tournaments, loved ping pong, golf, baseball, soccer and loved betting on games and horse racing. He spent the last 15 years of his life loving his fiancé Nikki. When their children were born they became his whole world. He was proud of how smart, kind and cute they were! You could find him playing Xbox with Braxton, teaching Bella how to shoot a basketball, throwing baseball out back with Jayden or watching Avery show off her back walk over in the living room. He loved coaching the kids soccer, baseball and basketball teams. He had a true passion for teaching and coaching and just being around children. His dream was to be a school teacher and a coach but life led him to the Contracting business where he was very talented and Umpiring Baseball where he was named Umpire of the Year multiple times. He admired his mother and could talk to her about anything and his dad was his best friend, they did everything together. Jarad was a good man and now he is free.

In addition to his parents, Jarad is survived by his fiance’, Natalie Nicole Wiglesworth and his four children who he loved and adored, Braxton Hamilton, Isabella Hamilton, Jayden Hamilton and Avery Hamilton; his three siblings, Kyle (Stacy) Hamilton, A.W. (Chelsea) Hamilton and Carrie Hamilton (Steve) Lepore; his grandmother, Elizabeth Lane; seven nieces and nephews, Jersey Hamilton, Treylen Hamilton, Charleigh Hamilton, Andi Hamilton, Archie Hamilton, Giuliana Lepore and Naomi Lepore. Jarad was preceded in death by four grandparents, Arch and Anne Hamilton and Rudy Lane and T.J. Lane.

Visitation will be Wednesday, July 6th from 5 to 8pm at Johnson’s Funeral Home. Jarad’s Celebration Of Life Service will be held at 11am on Thursday, July 7th at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church with The Reverend Karen Workman Booth officiating. Immediately following the service the burial will be in Mt Sterling at The Machpelah Cemetery. The Hamilton’s will have their home open from 5-8pm on Thursday if anyone would like to stop by. In lieu of flowers, the Family has asked for donations to Friends of the Parks, 140 Pavilion Drive, Georgetown, Kentucky 40324, where children receive scholarships to participate in youth sports.