Leland-Jordan-Obituary

Leland Edgar Jordan

Obituary

LELAND EDGAR JORDAN
1932-2007

Leland Edgar Jordan was born January 7th 1932 in Visalia, Ca, and died Dec 17th 2007 in Santa Maria, Ca. His Father was Claud and his mother was Susie. His brothers were Claud and James. He was a graduate of Visalia High School in Visalia, Ca. Leland was employed at Quintron Systems in Santa Maria, Ca as an assembly supervisor.
He is survived by his wife Vivan, son David Clute in Yemassee South Carolina, brother Claud Jordan in French Camp, and brother James Jordan in Visalia.
Arrangements are under the care of Dudley Hoffman Mortuary and Crematory.
Dudley-Hoffman
Mortuary & Crematory
(805) 922-8463

This obituary was originally published in the Santa Maria Times.

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As often happens with cousins, Leland and I went in different directions a long time ago. I had not seen him in years, and it is my loss that he died before we could reconnect. It is nice to know that he had many loving friends and family, and my sympathy goes out to all of them.

Ronald, Donna and Madeline Loving

We shall always remember the wonderful visits to your home. You and Vi were so proud of it (as you should be). We will miss your visits to our home in Tucson. The always ready smile and good humor, you were one in a million. You created memories wherever you went.
We love you.

LELAND YOU ARE IN OUR HEARTS. YOU WERE SO KIND TO ME AND MY FAMILY. YOU WILL BE MISSED DAILY.

Leland, we are missing you today, this first Christmas after your leaving us. Many memories linger--buck camp, bowling, boating and water skiing, family reunions through all the years at Cutler Park, Mooney Grove, Exeter Park and Vet Building. We remember all the good laughs we had. You will really be missed, brother.
With love. Claudie & Judy

Leland was a very kind person.when
his niece was going on her first
date.Leland showed her how to act,he took her to McDonalds,opened
and closed her door.then took her too wrestle match.She still likes them.He was very much loved by his
family. Darlene Jim Jordan

Our memories of Uncle Leland are his joys of life. He always had a smile and a good word of advice. He will be missed in so many ways, and he will always be in our hearts forever. We will always remember the fun and good times we had together.

Uncle Leland was a wonderful man. He would most always be wearing a smile. I have such great memories as a child as well as an adult of Uncle Leland. He will be missed very much.