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Holly Springs Funeral Home Inc

1160 Highway 311
Holly Springs, MS 38635
(662) 252-1161
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J F Brittenum and Son

125 North Memphis Street
Holly Springs, MS 38635
(662) 252-2341
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McGhee and Sons Funeral Home

160 North Alderson Street
Holly Springs, MS 38635
(662) 252-7166
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Thomas C W Chuck Medical Examiner

1160 Highway 311
Holly Springs, MS 38635
(662) 252-1161
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Richard Jordan, Sr. - Sentinel Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Memphis in 1966 and started his own businesses, Jordan, Marlar, Hale Inc., Control Panels, and Thermal Equipment Sales Company. After many years as a successful businessman, he purchased a farm in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1985 and began what he called his “second career” as a rancher. There they joined the First United Methodist Church, where he taught Sunday School and served on the church council. He was also the president of the Cattlemen’s Association and was awarded Soil Conservationist of the year in 2007.He was a man of God and a lifelong learner, who was an elder and a charter member of Balmoral Presbyterian Church. There, he taught Sunday school and Bible study for adults, the junior high, kindergarten and preschool, touching so many young lives that he became known as the “father of our church”. He will be remembered for his enthusiasm for life, his sense of humor, and the love he had for his family.He is survived by his wife, Clara Jordan, and their seven children, Clara Simmons, Pattie Money and husband Pete, Rebekah Bruce and husband Tommy, Richard Jordan Jr. and wife Elise, Jeff Jordan and wife Debbie, Matt Jordan and wife Kate, and Rachel Jordan and husband Greg, as well as twenty grandchildren, Hal, Casey and husband Jeff, Patrick and wife Lisa, Chris, Wesley, Tricia and her husband Bill, Jordan, Samantha, Hannah, Jack, Owen, Jeffrey, Josh, Claire, Jonathan, Catherine, Caroline, Gregory, Samuel, and Andrew, and five great-grandchildren, Levi, Eliza, Hal, Kyle Hunter, and Alexandria. He was preceded in death by his parents Edward Leland Jordan IV and Eliza Evelyn Jordan, brothers Edward “Buddy” Jr. and his wife Jane. Jordan of Murfreesboro, John “Hop” Jordan of Richmond, Virginia, and sister Evelyn “Sissy” Williams of Franklin, Tenn. He is survived by sister, Nancy Muir and husband Duane of Franklin, Tenn., and sister in law Bonnie Jordan of Richmond, Va.Visitation was at the Holly Springs Funeral Home from 2 – 4:30 pm on Sunday, July 24, 2016. There will be two services celebrating his life. The first was held at the Holly Springs 1st United Methodist Church at noon Monday, July 25th. Internment immediately following at Hillcrest Cemetery. The 2nd will be held in Memphis, Tenn., at Balmoral Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, July 27th at 2:00 pm.Memorial donations can be made in his honor to Madonna Learning Center, First United Methodi...

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Richard Jordan, Sr. - Sentinel Times

Monday, August 15, 2016

Memphis in 1966 and started his own businesses, Jordan, Marlar, Hale Inc., Control Panels, and Thermal Equipment Sales Company. After many years as a successful businessman, he purchased a farm in Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1985 and began what he called his “second career” as a rancher. There they joined the First United Methodist Church, where he taught Sunday School and served on the church council. He was also the president of the Cattlemen’s Association and was awarded Soil Conservationist of the year in 2007.He was a man of God and a lifelong learner, who was an elder and a charter member of Balmoral Presbyterian Church. There, he taught Sunday school and Bible study for adults, the junior high, kindergarten and preschool, touching so many young lives that he became known as the “father of our church”. He will be remembered for his enthusiasm for life, his sense of humor, and the love he had for his family.He is survived by his wife, Clara Jordan, and their seven children, Clara Simmons, Pattie Money and husband Pete, Rebekah Bruce and husband Tommy, Richard Jordan Jr. and wife Elise, Jeff Jordan and wife Debbie, Matt Jordan and wife Kate, and Rachel Jordan and husband Greg, as well as twenty grandchildren, Hal, Casey and husband Jeff, Patrick and wife Lisa, Chris, Wesley, Tricia and her husband Bill, Jordan, Samantha, Hannah, Jack, Owen, Jeffrey, Josh, Claire, Jonathan, Catherine, Caroline, Gregory, Samuel, and Andrew, and five great-grandchildren, Levi, Eliza, Hal, Kyle Hunter, and Alexandria. He was preceded in death by his parents Edward Leland Jordan IV and Eliza Evelyn Jordan, brothers Edward “Buddy” Jr. and his wife Jane. Jordan of Murfreesboro, John “Hop” Jordan of Richmond, Virginia, and sister Evelyn “Sissy” Williams of Franklin, Tenn. He is survived by sister, Nancy Muir and husband Duane of Franklin, Tenn., and sister in law Bonnie Jordan of Richmond, Va.Visitation was at the Holly Springs Funeral Home from 2 – 4:30 pm on Sunday, July 24, 2016. There will be two services celebrating his life. The first was held at the Holly Springs 1st United Methodist Church at noon Monday, July 25th. Internment immediately following at Hillcrest Cemetery. The 2nd will be held in Memphis, Tenn., at Balmoral Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, July 27th at 2:00 pm.Memorial donations can be made in his honor to Madonna Learning Center, First United Methodi...