Virginia Jordan

July 4, 1922 - May 30, 2012
Virginia Jordan

Virginia F. Jordon passed away Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at her daughter’s home in Leland, North Carolina.

She was born in Durham, North Carolina to the late William Fletcher and Emma Bell Perry Fletcher.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Bobby Jordan and her granddaughter, Reene McGhee.

She is survived by her children Faye Parrish, Wanda McGhee, Bobby Jordan and wife Joyce, Leann Davis and husband Charlie, and step-daughter, Barbara Ware; grandchildren, Amy Fuller, Robert Hill, Denise Keeter, Charlie Parrish and Lester Parrish; sisters, Grace Chancey of Lake Waccamaw and Julia Currie of Durham; great-grandson, Blake Grainger, and many, many more.

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  • June 04, 2012
    Tina Byrd-Davis says:
    I send my condolences to the everyone Aunt Jinny has touched. I remember her from when she lived next door the my grandmother Callie in Durham. I was way younger then. She was such a sweet down to Earth woman. It is comforting to know that she has moved on to a Divine place that we can only dream about here on Earth.

  • June 01, 2012
    Barbara Ware says:
    To all my family,we have lost a very important person that meant a great deal to all of us. Each one of us will remember her in our own way, some for her smile, her loving ways, and there were times when her actions spoke louder than words. (I remember a few so I know the rest of you can.) She was a loving daughter,sister,Mother,Grandmother, Aunt, cousin, and Friend. There will be a big void that only she could fill. With saying that, she has gone home to be with the rest of the family that has gone before her. Granny no longer suffers and to know that she loved the Lord and was ready to go to her Heavenly Home,we can't deny that she is at rest.(Happy as a pig in mud.) Will it be easy for those left behind? No,her love and compassion for family and friends will be with us until we meet her again. Take what she has taught us and share with others, that would make her proud. Remember the good times we all shared with her, regardless of when, where or how, or how often it occurred. She loved us all, big and small. Love each other unconditionally as she loved us,regardless of differences, that is what she would want and expect of each of us. May God keep all of us in his tender loving care. Take care of yourself and each other. Lots of love, hugs and kisses. Sis

  • May 31, 2012
    Brian Fletcher says:
    Aunt Virginia was a kind soul who loved the Lord and her family. She was my grandfather, JD's, sister, and she adored him. She will be greatly missed by us all.

  • August 25, 2012
    Cindy Evans says:
    I'm so sorry to hear about your loss Wanda but we all know she is in a better place where there is no suffering or pain. Even though you will miss her here on this earth, she will always remain in your heart a treasure to be loved! You yourself didn't know me very well and only met me a few times with Crissy and Patty but I know from meeting you that you and your mom have to be great loving people!

  • August 23, 2012
    Crissy Pitts says:
    Granny we love and miss you so much. With love Always, Crissy, Tyler, Alyssa aka your little Jumping jack, and John