In Memory

Stephen Jordan

Stephen Jordan

Stephen Edward Jordan

Vietnam Veteran

Stephen Edward Jordan, 41,of 5000 Prentice Place, formerly of Rock Hill, SC died Friday July 21, 1989 at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte.

Graveside services will be at 11:00 a.m. Monday at Sharon Memorial Park with Father James F. Lyon IV Officiating.

Mr. Jodan was a service representative for 15 years with Mechanical Contractors of Charlotte. He was a Army Veteran of the Vietnam War. He was a York Technical College graduate.

Surviving are his wife Mary Lu Jordan of the home; his daughter Shannon Jordan of the home; his parents H. David and Geraldine Jordan of Rock Hill; two brothers Paul Jordan and John Jordan both of Rock Hill; and four sister Theresa Zimmerman of Savannah, GA.;Bobbie Hardy of Houston, Texas; Kathy Jordan and Claire McNinch both of Rock Hill

The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 p.m. at Harry and Bryant Chapel.

Memorials may be made to Holy Angel Nursery, 418 North Main Street, Belmont, NC 28012


Found the following on the RHHS Class of 1966

Steve was in our junior yearbook, but not our senior yearbook. He was not included in our graduation program.  He was associated with the Class of '1966 and we appreciate having this information. Information here was provided by Mike Lamb.

Steve was in the Army. He died at age 40 of lung cancer believed to have been caused by Agent Orange while serving in Vietnam.  He lived in Charlotte NC at the time of his death.


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06/05/10 11:56 PM #1    

Annie Williams

Stephen and I went to St. Anne's together.  He was very nice.  I enjoyed our friendship.

07/04/11 09:02 AM #2    

Keith Rhodes

Steve was a good friend long after high school. We kepy in touch over the years. I saw him a year before he died. Agent orange from Vietnam got him. RIP JB

03/26/17 03:17 AM #3    

Elaine Pontus (Hamby)

Steve Jordan was a good friend to both me and my husband Ben Stutts.  I went to church with him all my years in Rock Hill.  He., Ben and Keith were all very close.  Steve was the Godfather to all 3 of our children and it is really a shame he could not watch them grow into the wonderful people they are now.

Ben;missed you and talked about you often, now he has joined you..  Be at peace..

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