Marjorie E. Jordan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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This is from Margie's cousin, Bill Jordan, and his wife Betty. We met Brian in the summer of 1987 on our way to Iowa. I was very fond of Margie when we growing up, even though we only sas each other about every third year. Our condolences to Brian and his two children.

My sympathy to Maggie's family. She always treated the RayBobLeon or as some referred to us as 'the VA guys" with a lot of respect. We worked many years together at St. Paul. I also remember the fun gag gifts at Maggie's Christmas parties. Say hello to Leon for us.

Our sympathy to you Brian. We are your former next door neighbors on 12th Ave.
Bob and Bev Peschiutta

Not only was Maggie an amazing woman she was a great boss. We always new we had a friend in her. May she have found the peace she deserved.

My heart goes out to her loved ones, what a loss! I worked with Maggie and loved her sense of humor!

I am one of the pharmacists who had the wonderful experience of having Maggie as my manager at the former Group Health in St Paul. She was, however, not only my boss, but also someone I considered a dear friend. She was one of the kindest women I have ever met, and was a true inspiration for me. Even though I moved from the Twin Cities many years ago, I still thought of Maggie often and somehow always hoped I would see her again. My prayers are with all of you, especially Brian, who was a...

I will always remember Maggie's famous Crhistmas work parties and the incredible fun we all had opening our under $10 gifts. I also remember that every afternoon little Brian would call his mom at work to let her know he was home safe and sound. The love and compassion in her voice was so dear.
May the angels keep watch over you, dear Maggie.


Marjorie's Obituary

Marjorie Jordan passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Marjorie are being provided by Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on February 12, 2013.