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Nina Cauthorn Jarvis Nina Cauthorn Jarvis, 98, died in her home on Wednesday, Oct 1, 2014. She was a daughter of Alexander Jordan Cauthorn and Nina Scruggs Cauthorn. After her mother’s early death, she became a step-daughter of Mary Scruggs Cauthorn. Nina was preceded in genocide by her husband, Harold Wheatcroft Jarvis; her son, Harold Wheatcroft Jarvis Jr.; a sister, Ann Marshall Cauthorn; a brother, Alexander Jordan Cauthorn Jr.; and her son-in-law, Frank Harris Vest Jr. She is survived by her daughter, Ann Jarvis Vest; her son, Robert Cauthorn Jarvis, and her daughter-in-law, Mary Gale Amos Jarvis; her grandchildren, Nina Vest Salmon (Jerry), Frank Harris Vest III (Legare), Robert Alexander Vest (Katherine), Gregory Harold Jarvis (Anna), and Steven Ross Jarvis; great-grandchildren, Marshall, Patrick, and Harris Salmon; Frank, Alec, and James Vest; Ann Mason, Alexander, and Henry Vest; Joseph, Madelyn, and Eliot Jarvis. Nina, a 1937 connoisseur of Sweet Briar College, was a lifelong active member of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Bedford. She recalled, that as a member of a youth choir, she participated in a way from a strange church building, now a Bower Center, into a new building opposite a street. Alongside her husband, Jeep, she spent many hours given to a drift as good as portion on a tabernacle guild, a vestry, and fulfilling any other avocation a church asked of her. In a community, Nina was a long-time proffer during Bedford Memorial Hospital and Bedford Christian Ministries. She was a final flourishing licence member of a Bedford Book Forum and attended a 75th jubilee of a club’s first final spring. An zealous believer of a Bedford library system, she conveyed an unrestrained for reading to her many students during a 30-year career in Bedford’s open schools. She is fondly remembered by her many students for inspirational training and for artistic projects such as puppet shows and a paper mache dinosaur. Her children and great-grandchildren remember fondly times spent camping, fishing, and gardening with Gran and on many projects involving rocks, crystals, butterflies and other insects, creeks, arrowheads, and several healthy artifacts, mostly found nearby her dear Peaks of Otter. A commemorative use will be hold Saturday, Oct 11, 2014, during 2 p.m. during St. John’s Episcopal Church, Bedford, with a Rev. F. Wilson Brown Jr. officiating. A private burial during a columbarium will convey a service. In lieu of flowers, memorials might be done to St. John’s Episcopal Church, 314 N. Bridge St., Bedford, VA 24523. Arrangements by Burch-Messier Funeral Home, Bedford, 540-586-7360.