Mrs.Betty and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Harry's death. I thought a lot of him. He will
truly be missed. I will never forget his smile and the independence he always shone concerning his health situation. He never wanted you to assist him with his walking. He was a
very kind and dear person. I will truly
miss him. I know that he is in Heaven
running down the streets of gold with no more pain or suffering. God bless you and your family. Debra Miller, J.& J. Pools.
Our deepest sympathies to Al, Paula and the entire Jordan family.
What a special man he was. My first horse was named King and he was my best friend.He was black and white spotted. We rode many farm trails and showed in many horse shows together.He grew old and developed something like emphysema.He was truly suffering and could hardly breath. Dr Jordan came to see him. I was young.I remember that he and my Daddy talked to me about helping King go to heaven so he could breath good again and that he would give him some medicine and he would just go to sleep. I cried but told them I did not want him to keep suffering. When I got off the bus the next day,King was in heaven and he already had a grave. I really did cry then! It was not long before Dr Jordan turned in. He sure did not need to see King.He came to see me to see if I was ok!!What a wonderful childhood memory. I'm sure there are many special other stories like mine! I believe heaven is that perfect place and it was his perfect time to go! ANN SIMS BOSSERT
To Paula ,Al and Mrs Betty Joe, My thoughts and prayers are with you .May God keep you close to his heart. I was by there the other day and saw Mr Harry's truck and I really wanted to stop and see him, now I really regret not getting the chance to see him. Love to all of you!!!