Jordan was the joy in life. He made people feel hope and happiness, he always tried to take their pain away and show them what life really meant. I will never forget his smile or how he could make everyone laugh. He was a warrior spirit and now it is our turn to fight his war. Forever Together.
Jordan struggled with addiction for over 20 years. He faced it head on and never gave up, even in his darkest of days. He made every attempt to get well and fought harder than I ever could have. He was a wonderful brother to me and my four siblings and a joyful son my parents were so proud of. I will never know a light quite as bright as he. He was a golfer, writer, brother, son, fiancé, uncle, cousin, comedian, artist, engineer, child at heart...so many things. I hope I can live life with as much vivacity as he did. Jordan may have suffered from addiction but it did not define who he was. We will forever miss and love him, we will forever celebrate the wonderful person he was.