Dorise Jordan

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  • "Freddie, I first met and worked with your dad in the early..."
    - Wayne Hinson
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    - Howard " Rusty " Walker
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    - Rodney Hancock
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    - Melvin Williamson
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JORDAN, Dorise Entered into eternal rest on the evening of February 4, 2005, Dorise "Runt" Jordan, widower of Alberta Louise Englert Jordan. Residence, North Charleston, SC. The relatives and friends of Dorise "Runt" Jordan are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial in St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church Monday morning, February 7, 2005 at ten o'clock. The Prayers of Final Commendation and Farewell will be held at Carolina Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at J. HENRY STUHR, INC., 2119 Dorchester Road, this (Sunday) between five and eight o'clock where The Vigil Service will be at five o'clock. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to The Citadel Brigadier Foundation, 171 Moultrie Street, Charleston, SC 29409. Mr. "Runt" Jordan was born on June 24, 1924, a son of the late John Minor Jordan and Beulah Cato Jordan. He served his country in the United States Navy during World War II. Mr. Jordan was a member of Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. Mr. Jordan worked at the former Charleston Naval Shipyard in shop 17 as a sheetmetal mechanic and was a member of the local Sheetmetal workers Union and was a member of The Charleston B.P.O. Elks Lodge #242. Surviving are his son, Louis "Freddie" Jordan and his wife Debbie M. Jordan both of Goose Creek, SC; a brother, Peter Jordan of San Diego, CA; three sisters, Stella Doriety of Lancaster, PA, Iva Lee Collins of Shelby, NC; two grandchildren, Kristen L. Jordan and Kyle M. Jordan, both of Goose Creek, SC. In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a brother and sister, Fred Jordan and Hazel J. McManus. Visit our guestbook at
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