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I, too, like you all, are heart-broken to read such devastating news about Jordan. As I sit here at school this morning on a foggy, misty day, I am reminded of the many memories I made with Jordan years ago when he was in my 5th grade classroom at Jane Vernon. He was a student that all teachers desired to have in their classrooms because of his well-mannered behavior, wit, and desire to learn. We would often like to roast each other, ending up laughing and setting the tone for a fun day. He was a great kid to teach and I am thankful that I had the opportunity to both meet and teach him. God gives us people in our lives to learn from and to find a way to make a positive impression. Sometimes, unfortunately, it is for just a short time like when I was given Jordan for a year. I share your grief and send my sympathy to you celebrating a wonderful son, brother, and husband who has left a big hole in our hearts, but also a lifetime of memories to help carry out that sadness. Sending hugs and prayers.
no matter the tears that dim the sight,
no matter how gray the thoughts,
the light of the Lord shines through.
May God's light and presence give you peace and comfort, knowing Jordan is in the light and shining through.
My deepest sympathy for your painful lose. I remember Jordan as a smiling, friendly little boy. I lost my brother also at the young age of 25. There is sorrow in my heart for you all.
I am honored to have known him and very happy that my three sons had the opportunity to meet him. He is a profile in courage and an inspiration to us all. He will not be forgotten.
shine upon him and give him peace.
It was a pleasure meeting Jordon a few months back.