On the playground Jarred would help friends, let them go first, in general be non aggressive. Not so on the football field. There the gentle giant became “The Fridge” for Kingsway Midget Football. A host of players tried to bring him down but he always scored. He starred at both the offense and defense, so he was on the field the full 60 minutes. Football consumed him, yet it was not his only season. Jarred put time in on the baseball diamond and basketball court, always excelling with the Logan Twp. Teams. He was a tennis champ on the Wii system and cut a rug on Let’s Dance. rn He had a natural talent for sports but was no slouch with academics. He was a straight A student at Swedesboro-Woolwich School District and later at Logan Twp. Elementary School.rn He is survived by his mother Melissa Miller and step father Jonathan Wallace, father Andre Pratt, brothers: Jeffrey Miller, Ray Pratt, Kyle Wintjen, Damion, Devon Primas , Jarel Williams, Jonathan Wallace , Dylan Mosley and a large extended family.rn Come celebrate The Fridge’s 10 years Friday 6 to 8 PM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro. Service Private with burial at Lake Park Cemetery.rnDonations to the Jarred Pratt-Miller Memorial Fund c/o The Bank, 22 Village Center Dr., Logan Twp. 08085 will be appreciated.