Brian Jordon
1950 - 2020
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Jordon, Brian
10/20/1950 - 7/2/2020

The voice of Denver traffic is silenced, but will never be forgotten. Brian Merrill Jordon passed on July 2nd, 2020 in Littleton, CO surrounded by love. He was born October 20th, 1950, the son of late Mabel Jane Merrill Jordon and Col. Harold Kenneth Jordon. He graduated Michigan State University in 1972. On July 10th, 1998 he married Heather Jordon in Denver, Colorado, who survives. He is survived by his daughters Jenny and Drea (Phil), his three grandchildren, two brothers (David, late Carolyn and Steven, Helen) along with an extended loving family, plus kitty Butters. A memorial and celebration of his life will be held on his birthday October 20th 2020. For information on the memorial please email his daughter

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Published in Denver Post from Jul. 8 to Jul. 11, 2020.
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July 20, 2020
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Wayne White
July 15, 2020
A farewell that came too soon. Being classmates and living just a few houses away from each other on March Air Force Base, there were so many things that we experienced and shared together. I'll always remember your acerbic, and often cynical, wit, but it could never really completely conceal the kind and caring heart that lay beneath.
Dave Brier
July 13, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about Brians passing. I played basketball with Brian MVHS. I remember Brians deep voice and due to that he was admonished a few times in class trying to whisper to a classmate in the back of the room.
John Baldaray
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