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Calvin E. Jordan
Passed: Thursday March 1, 2018

Calvin E. (Ed) Jordan, 73 of Mt. Braddock, PA passed away on Thursday March 1, 2018 at Uniontown Hospital. Ed was born in Mount Independence on January 24, 1945, the son of the late Robert and Laura (DeBerry) Jordan. Ed was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, Leland, Robert and Jack, Brothers in Law, Mark Yauger, Ross Raymond and Robert Matthews and his wife Susan. Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 52 years, Marlene (Matthews) Jordan; daughter, Beth Means and her significant other Rod White of Lemont Furnace and son, Eric and wife Debbie (Hertznell) of Eagle Point, Oregon. He will also be sadly missed by the joys of his life, his three grandsons, Donnie Means of Palm Desert, CA, Travis Jordan of Portland, OR and Troy Jordan of Eagle Point, OR. Ed also has one surviving brother, William (wife Jean) Jordan, Mt. Braddock. Surviving are the following Sisters and Brothers in Law. Malynda Raymond of Mt. Braddock, Raymond and Judy Matthews of Mt. Braddock, Roy and Sandy Matthews of Mount Independence, James and Martha Burke of Mt. Braddock and Bessie Yauger and significant other Cory Watson of Mount Independence. There are also two very special nephews, Leland (Robert) Jordan, whom he thought of as another son and his wife Jan, and Randy Raymond and his wife Sharon. There are also many other nieces and nephews whom he loved and adored. In additional to the above mentioned family, Ed will be missed by many close buddies, in which he hunted with for many years. Sunday evenings at “the garage” discussing everything from hunting to politics will never be the same! Ed served honorably as a member of the U.S. Army. Ed started working at J.V. Nara Company as an Appliance Technician in 1966 and later opened and operated Ed’s Appliance Service for the next 30 years. Later in his life Ed also worked at Central Tractor and Home Depot until retirement in 2009. There was really nothing that Ed couldn’t repair, whether it be plumbing, electrical, appliances, automobiles, power equipment and everything in between. He was truly the family and community “Mr. Fix It All”. Ed was a lifetime hunter and outdoorsman. He spent many days in the woods hunting deer and many nights in the woods chasing raccoons. He had a great passion for bow hunting as well as Flintlock Muzzleloader hunting. Arrangements have been entrusted to the ANDREW D. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORIES, INC., 80 Morgantown St., Uniontown, PA. At Ed’s request, there will be no viewing, and interment will be private. The family is planning a Celebration of Life for a later date. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at adferguson.com and on the funeral home Facebook page.

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