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Jordan, Jason L.

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December 7, 1961 - September 19, 2016

Jordan, Jason L.

Jason Lee Jordan, 54, of Irving, Texas passed away on Monday, September 19, 2016 in Irving, Texas. He was born on December 7, 1961 in Norfolk, Virginia to Pat & Bill Cole.

Jason graduated from Texas State Technical College and worked at Mountain View College for 31 years. He loved all types of music, gardening, cooking, avid Texas Rangers fan, and was a Star Trek fan since day 1, especially the original. He also enjoyed attending Irish Fest at Fair Park, Bluesfest in Euless, Scarborough Faire in Waxahachie every years and taking care of his grandkids in the summer. Jason was a trustee at the VFW #2494 for 2 years.

Jason is survived by wife, Lourdes White, son, Justin Jordan; daughter, Taylor Jordan; stepchildren, Zack Williams, Jaynie Williams, and Heather Williams; grandchildren, Marley Lockett and Ace Lee; stepgrandchildren, Braiden Cannady, Ellie Valdez, Darricus McLemore, Jr., and Zaiylan McLemore; parents, Pat & Bill Cole; brother, Jerry Jordan (Starla); nieces, Whitney Fisher, and McKenzie Gil; his colleagues from Mountain View College; brothers & sisters from VFW #2494; and 2 pets, Guerta and Poncho. Others pets, Sherlock and Duke precede him death.

A memorial service honoring Jason will be held on Friday, October 7, 2016 at 11:00 am at Mountain View College at the Performance Hall, 4849 West Illinois Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75211. For more information please contact Cathy Edwards at (214) 860 – 8710.

A memorial fund has been established and for more information please visit gofundme.com/2r893k4 and memorial donations are requested in lieu of flowers.

“That’s the way baseball goes.” – Ron Washington
“Thanks for all the love you passed our way.” – Stevie Ray Vaughn

Jason was loving, caring and giving. He will be missed.

 


In the morning of my life I shall look to the sunrise.
At a moment in my life when the world is new.
And the blessing I shall ask is that He will grant me,
To be brave and strong and true,
And to fill the world with love my whole life through.

In the noontime of my life I shall look to the sunshine,
At a moment in my life when the sky is blue.
And the blessing I shall ask shall remain unchanging.
To be brave and strong and true,
And to fill the world with love my whole life through.

In the evening of my life I shall look to the sunset,
And a moment in my life when the night is due.
And the question I shall ask only You can answer.
Was I brave and strong and true?
Did I fill the world with love my whole life through?


 

 

 

 

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Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
1820 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, Texas 75061
972-607-4400

 

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