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This is probably just a coincidence, but Valerie Jarrett’s ex-husband and his second wife both died just as Breitbart around age 40 from a sudden heart failure. PS does anyone know, who is this person by name Shabazz writing about the death of Dr. Jarrett?

This is probably just a coincidence, but Valerie Jarrett’s ex-husband and his second wife both died just as Breitbart around age 40 from a sudden heart failure. PS does anyone know, who is this person by name Shabazz writing about the death of Dr. Jarrett?

November 20, 1993 Dr. William Robert Jarrett, newly appointed director of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Jackson Park Hospital and son of Sun-Times columnist, Vernon Jarrett, died suddenly Friday afternoon of cardiac arrest.
Dr. Jarrett was 40 years old. Birth: 1953 Death: 1993
He was the son of Chicago Sun-Times columnist Vernon Jarrett and Fernetta Jarrett.
Recently diagnosed with Behcet’s syndrome, a rare rheumatological condition only known in this country in the last 20 years, Dr. Jarrett, who is also a surgeon, was stricken as he returned from giving a lecture at Pontiac General Hospital in Michigan. He was pronounced dead at Michael Reese Hospital after efforts made enroute to the hospital failed to revive him.
Wife: Dr. Sherry Luck Jarrett
Other survivors of Dr. Jarrett include a son, Vernon C. Jarrett; a daughter by a previous marriage, Laura Allison Jarrett; a step-daughter, Khadija Holman, and a brother, Thomas S. Jarrett.
Burial:
Oak Woods Cemetery
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
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Chicago Sun-Times
June 03, 1999
Dr. Sherry L. Luck-Jarrett, 44, who lived in the Lake Meadows community on the South Side, was found Sunday morning in her bed. She had died of an enlarged heart.
She is survived by her mother, Equillia ; a daughter, Khadija Holman; a son, Vernon Jarrett; two brothers, Rodney Luck and Dana Luck; and a granddaughter.
Shabazz said Dr. Luck was to have spoken to a group last Friday about the need for more African-American physicians to provide primary care for patients with HIV/AIDS but did not feel well enough to attend.
The night before her death, Dr. Luck-Jarrett, 44, felt too ill to attend a ceremony where she was to receive the Daniel Hale Williams Award for Health, given by Afrique magazine in honor of the doctor who first performed open-heart surgery.
She was discovered dead in her Lake Meadows condominium Sunday morning. She died of complications from an enlarged heart. Dr. Luck-Jarrett was the widow of William Robert Jarrett, the son of former Chicago Sun-Times columnist Vernon …