Henry A. Jordan

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Henry A. Jordan
WAGENER, SC - Henry A. Jordan, 71, passed away on Saturday, January 14, 2017 in Wagener, South Carolina. He was born in Prince Edward County, Virginia on May 30, 1945 to the late Charles and Mary Arline Jordan. He attended Mary E. Branch Elementary School and Robert R. Moton Public School in Farmville, Virginia. He lived in Washington, D.C. for over 20 years and retired from the D.C. Public School System and Marymount University. He moved to Wagener in 2000 and remained until his death. He attended Greater Faith Fellowship Worship Center, where he served as a Deacon.
Henry is preceded in death by his parents and brother, Cleveland Jordan. He is survived by his wife of 38 years, Mattie M. Jordan of Wagener, South Carolina; sons Maurice Jordan of Fredrick, Maryland; Ledelle Jordan (Olympia) of Wagener, South Carolina; and William Mosley of Landover, Maryland; and daughter Barbara Russell of Wagener, South Carolina. He also is survived by three sisters: Louise (Issac) Welton of Prospect, Virginia; Queen (James) Lyttle of Prospect, Virginia; Mae (Lloyd) Jackson of Richmond, Virginia; three brothers: Chester (Sarah) Jordan of Prospect, Virginia; James Jordan of Prospect, Virginia; and Charles (Felicia) Jordan of Richmond, Virginia; nine grandchildren and a host of devoted aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
Funeral services will take place at the Greater Faith Fellowship Worship Center in Aiken, South Carolina on Saturday, January 21 at 1 pm. Arrangements are being handled by J. H. Robinson Funeral Home in Wagener, South Carolina. Flowers or donations can be sent to the family at 190 Railroad Avenue W., Wagener, South Carolina 29164.
Condolences may be registered at www.jhrobinsonfunerals.com
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J.H. Robinson Funeral Home
190 Railroad Avenue
Wagener, SC 29164
803-564-5521
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Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Jan. 19, 2017