Charles W. Jordan

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina

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daddy i still cant let go i know you are still with me i can fill you here but cant see or hear you but i fill your hand on my showder i love you daddy miss you so much i still cry at times thinking about you and all the time we have spent togethere i miss that a lot i know in time we will see each other again someday till then i love and miss you always love your big girl angie

We had no idea and are so sorry for your loss. Charles was knowledgeable at many different things in his life we are thankful to have met him he will be missed. Our prayers go out to Glenda Angie, Johnny, BooBoo,Ashley,Jacob

I can't say anything bad about Charles, I had the pleasure to have had worked with him and my good friend Loyd Hurst, rest his soul putting up fencing in the early 80s when I was just 16. R.I.P. Charles.

daddy i love you and missing you too much. i am haveing it hard icant find my way anymore i am so lost i know you would not want me to fill that ways but i cant help it.i miss you so much.every day i look in the back yard hopeing to see you.but all i have is memorys that will not be forgothing i love you daddy now and for ever and always. daddys big girl angie

daddy i miss you more than you will ever know i wish you were here with me i fill lost with out you.i dont know how i will keeping going with out you.i will all ways remeber what you have all ways told me.i will never forget all the fun i had fishing and working on mowers with have taught me so much in life.i was all ways by your all i have is the great memory we shared togethere.i will all ways hold you in my heart for ever.thanks for being my father my friend i love you...

I will always love you uncle Charles. I miss you so much already.

Larry and I are so sorry for your loss. Charles was a nice neighbor and we will miss him in the back yard tinkering with his little chickens and other fowl. He always threw up his hand and spoke when we were outside.

Sorry to hear this news, it instills regret that there was such a gap between the times he and I were cousins playing kick the can on Bethpage Road, and now, all the missed years.
I liked Charles, he was a good cousin.

I Love You Daddy so so much I will miss u so much you where the greatest daddy ever


Charles's Obituaries

Charles W. JordanKANNAPOLIS - Charles W. Jordan, 67, of Kannapolis, beloved husband, father and grandfather passed on to his heavenly home on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at CMC- Northeast Medical Center, Concord. He was born April 3, 1946 in Chesterfield Co., S.C. a son of the late Elbert and Estelle...

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