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Jordon Fremont Biener

1933 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Jordon Fremont Biener Obituary
August 11, 1933 - November 26, 2017 Jordon Biener passed away at his home in Encino, California, after a relatively recent diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis. Jordon is survived by his beloved wife, Katie, his sister Lois, her husband Steve Navarroli, his niece, Amanda King, her husband Rob, and their child, Noah. When he married Kathleen (Katie) Malone, in 2003, he inherited her loving family of 3 children Molly, Clint and Wendy, their spouses, and 12 grandchildren, all of whom will miss his generous heart and jovial personality. Jordon was born to Beatrice and Irving Biener in Philadelphia, PA. He attended Overbrook High School, and then served in the U.S. Navy for four years. After being stationed in San Diego, he decided to make Southern California his home. He studied design at Woodbury College in Los Angeles. Jordon was President and CEO of Jordon Fremont Enterprise, a commercial interior design company located in Encino, CA. His specialty and pride lay in designing the interior and exterior of automobile agencies, coupled with the great honor and privilege he cherished in working for the Keyes Corporation. Up until the end, his mind and hands were drawing the beauty he envisioned for his next project. In addition to his design work, the thought of planning his next sailing trip brought a beautiful glimmer to his eyes. He was never happier than when he was navigating the oceans of the world as captain with family and friends as crew. Adventure was his main vision on land or sea, and his home proudly displayed the treasures he found on the wreckage of the Santo Andre while scuba diving off the coast of Brazil. His experiences formed the stories and jokes he shared with family and lifelong friends. Looking back on his full and productive life prior to a rapid decline, he probably thought, "It could have been worse." In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in memory of Jordon Biener be directed to Pulmonary Fibrosis Research at the Cedars-Sinai Women's Guild Lung Institute. Gifts may be made online at: www.csmc.edu/giving. Please note that the gift is in memory of Jordon Biener.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, 2017
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