Bobbi Jordan

Sherman Oaks, California

Jul 30, 1947 – Jul 31, 2018 (Age 71)

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Bobbi Jordan, born on July 30, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois, to the late Mary Curran, Aka Marie Jordan and the late James Curran, passed away at age 71 on July 31, 2018 in Sherman Oaks, California. She was a Jazz singer in the Entertainment industry and had the privilege to work with some of the greatest musicians in town. Bobbi is survived by her children, Gina Gian Frazier, Nicole Giangrosso and Joseph Giangrosso; sister, Joanne Curran; and grandchildren, Iain James Frazier, Clare Frazier, and Quinn Frazier. She also leaves behind her cat, Lucky. She had a passion for roller coasters, a great meal, and playing games with her grandaughters. She will be incredibly missed by her family and friends. Sing out mom, reunited with your mom... the heavens have a new voice in town!!

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RIP Bobbi, and thank you for taking us on the grand journey of song like few could! What a voice. What a smile.

Bobbi and I spent so many good times as two singers with the same name and interests. She was such a talent and a great friend. I missed her being in my life and will miss her still. What a laugh...what a smile!!

You are now in peace, serenity, and unconditional love with your Father - riding the best coasters in the world, drinking the greatest vino, singing with all of the rest of greats. It is your are missed by all. Thanks for the great memoires and the mattress with you?

All those years ago in the clubs, early in both of our careers. You , such a shining star, always bringing joy with your fabulous talent and brilliant smile. Always an inspiration. You will be missed.

Going to miss you Bobbi many fun gigs over many years in Chicago.

Condolences to Bobbi's family whom she loved. She is with Marie now and will definitely be missed.

Bobbi Jorden on the R

A great friend and a better buddy. Always happy . She wanted to do a number together so we did "A Couple of Swells" at a benefit for John Doremus a radio personality who had Alzheimers and passed, so we did this at a Fund raiser for the Alzheimers Association of Chicago chart written by Gene Esposito. so much fun we had . Gonna miss you Friend

Dearest Bobbi - your wonderful smile, great sense of humor, and fun loving spirit will be greatly missed I always had fun when we would get together and you were always good for a few old time stories. Your legacy lives on through your daughter Gina. Sing with the angels my dear cousin. Until we meet again. Love, Roseanne

Bobbi was a dear lady. We'll all miss her.

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