In his natural element, Jordan was a bubbly, smart, caring person and extremely straightforward. There was no questioning where he stood with each individual he encountered. He either cared for you or he didn’t, and if he did, he loved you with his whole heart. He would literally give anyone he loved whatever he had. Jordan loved his family and absolutely adored his sister Jeanette. They shared a special bond that only a brother and sister could share. Jordan was a car, shoe and music fanatic! His collections were a sight to see. At the young age of 24, Jordan was extremely passionate about entrepreneurship and adamant about working only for himself. He had recently planned to further his education to reach his ultimate goal of starting several businesses. Just days prior to his passing, he obtained his dealer’s license and was excited to begin selling cars. Jordan was looking forward to his future, with dreams of traveling the world and experiencing the better parts of life.
Jordan’s life was tragically cut short on November 11, 2018. The devastation of losing Jordan to gun violence is felt every day by his parents, sister and loved ones. He is missed tremendously.