My deepest condolences to the family of "OJ" as we would call him. Nancy and Mickey I send my hugs to you my Chatham sisters. I had OJ for classes all through my time at Chatham. I especially remember a field trip to Washington DC during our freshman year. We had some good memories! I will always remember "Que pass calabasa Nada nada limonada" My Heart and prayers are with you
Deepest sympathy to the Jardini family. He was an excellent professor.
Heartfelt condolences to the Jardini family. As a Chatham student, I met Professor Jardini in the late 60's while cross-registered at Carnegie Tech. His excellent teaching and commitment to higher education inspired me to continue my language and literature studies at the graduate level. I was very sorry to read about his passing.
Thank you Mr Jardini for giving me some of the best memories of my life. I loved Colima and the experiences I had there. Without you those experiences and those memories would never have happened. Thank you.
Our deepest heartfelt condolences to Linda and the Jardini family. What a great man. We as well as many others will truly miss him. As a fellow Board Member, I truly respected Orlando. He taught me much about being an effective School Board member as well as School Board politics. I will always remember him as a truly dedicated Board Member and a sincere person. Family came first but right after that, he dedicated his efforts to the Brentwood Community and in particular, all the students at Brentwood High School. He always strived to do and demand the best for the Brentwood School Community. He took great pleasure in their accomplishments as if they were his own children. I personally will remember him as a truly kind and caring person. I will not forget Orlando taking a personal interest in my daughter and helping her gain admitance into Chatham Graduate School. Their was never a time that he did not ask about her as well as my son. Orlando, you will truly be missed but not forgotten. You have left a legacy for all to remember.
While I don't remember meeting Ollie and you, Linda, my folks, Jan and Bill Cramer spoke of you all often and with great affection. I suspect they are waiting for Ollie and there will be a big party in the sky! My deepest sympathies, Cahlene Cramer (daughter of Jan and Bill Cramer
I have such fond memories of Dr. Jardini (“OJ”) and affectionately remember the many rhymes and songs that he shared with his students. OJ had a wonderful sense of humor and always put a smile on my face. My heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Jardini, Nancy, Mikey and family.
Our hearts go out to the Jardini family. Linda you are you in our thoughts and prayers. Such a nice gentleman. Best smile ever. All our love - Ruth, George Dewalt and Elyse Sakuta
Linda and family
It has been a pleasure to have had Orlando as a friend since our high school years. He touched the lives of many in the Brentwood community and in his many other interests and endeavors. The BHS class of 1946 will miss him and his leadership in the June luncheons and reunions. I also will miss his informative and interesting emails, keeping me up with his many life travels and adventures–always ending his emails with “Keep smiling”.
With caring thoughts—–Joyce Wendell Sternagel—class of 1946
Linda and all your extended family,
We had such fortune to know Orlando. Every time, we saw him, his spirit and infectious smile have so much effect on us. I can't help but laugh and smile. What a wonderful person he was! He will be missed dearly. Rest in peace, uncle Orlando!
I will be happy to make a monetary donation to the Brentwood Library in Orlando's name.
Dr. Jardini was a wonderful presence on the Chatham campus. He was a kind and welcoming figure to students, to parents, and to alums.
Condolences to Mrs. Jardini and to his children and grandchildren. Thank you for sharing him with Chatham for so long.
Linda & Family, I am so sorry to hear of Orlando's passing. He was so special to everyone he came in contact with. I remember him well when you both visited at Friendship Village. He not only spent time visiting his mother in law but several other Residents. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My deepest sympathy to Orlando's family. We were classmates and after graduation sixty some years ago, Orlando held the alumnae together. Those of the '46 class who are left, will miss him incredibly. We all loved him. Virginia Walsh Reper
I always have warm memories of OJ! He was the greatest Spanish professor at Chatham College -- always stopped and brought us soft pretzels from the pretzel shop! May all your memories of him bring you warm thoughts and smiles too! Prayers to all of you.
So sorry to hear the news. Thoughts and prayers to Nancy & Mikey. I remember your father fondly from my time at Chatham. He was such a dynamic professor.
Dear Mrs. Jardini and Family, please accept my sincerest condolences on the loss of Dr. Jardini. I will always very fondly remember "OJ," as we sometimes called him, from my student days at Chatham College in the late 1980s. He was my academic advisor, and a very sound one at that. He edited my tutorial project superbly. But the things I'll remember most were singing "De Colores" at the top of our lungs, "a-e-i-o-u, el burro sabe mas que tu!," and "Que pasa, Calabasa? Nada, nada, Limonada!" I always enjoyed his stories about Colima and his sly sense of humor. He approached every day with gusto. I loved to hear his booming laugh echoing down the hall and see him striding along looking as dashing as Omar Sharif! I'm glad you had so many precious years with him, and I wish you all comfort and joy in your memories of him.
We will love you forever. You left the most beautiful mark on our hearts. We are so proud that we were part of your life.
Ken & Rinnie
Heartfelt condolences to Nancy and family. I have many happy memories of Prof. Jardini. Cheryl Fox
Although we only knew you for a short time, you made us feel like family and we will miss you dearly. Perk and Linda