- In difficult times- SEEK GOD
- In quiet times- WORSHIP GOD
- In painful times-TRUST GOD
- IN ALL TIMES- THANK GOD
Exodus 3:14, “And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.”
From Lincoln, Nebraska.
Born on September 21, 1944.
Passed away on February 4, 2021.
No service at this time.
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Condolences for Anita Jordan
Oh so sad. I will miss you greatly Anita. We laughed long and hard at those lazy afternoon lunches. Such a good soul are you still. Godspeed on your journey home ❤️
I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother to all of you! She was so very special to me and to so many people! I can hardly believe she’s gone! But I do know she is in a better place. I know your mother to a small exercise class that we had together and sometimes we actually made crafts together. We had a lot of fun together in our little group and I know all of us will miss her a lot. God bless you all!
Biggest smile on earth! That’s my mom. 🙂
I want to lift up the whole family in prayer and for comfort for all. Anita was a beautiful person inside and out. Her love for her children and in her faith. Everytime I talked to her she was cheering me on or praying w me the last time I talked to her she prayed w me on my way to the hospital to be with my mom. I wish I could hear that again. Now I have 2 new Angel’s watching over me. I’m blessed to hv had time w her and w her family too.
I first met Anita while we both worked in the same office at Lincoln action program, and we have been friends ever since, close friends, The kind of friends that when we would get busy in life and not talk for a while we could pick up the phone and pick up right where we left off. The foundation of our friendship was always God, and how truly grateful we both were for his grace and his mercy in our lives. Anita was a light in a world of darkness.. no matter what was going on in her life. We always had so much fun together, whether we were having coffee and eggs with beans at El Chaparro or if we were just hanging out at my house listening to music and painting little glass jars or vases that we picked up earlier in the day at the thrift store. We always laughed a lot, and we’ve cried together and always, always prayed together. Anita‘s love for the Lord was so obvious to anyone that she came in to contact with, and the love she had for her children and grandchildren was evident when she would describe different things that were going on in their lives at that particular time. I am sad to not be able to call her, but when I close my eyes I still picture her and her wonderful smile, and I’m so very, very thankful to have had her in my life and to have so many wonderful memories with her. I am happy that she is now rejoicing with our Lord, that she is feeling no pain, no discomfort only peace, love and joy! I can’t wait to see her again, and hug her so tight. Te amo Anita, hasta que estemos juntos de nuevo en la gloriosa presunción de nuestro señor..🙏🏽
Anita , I will always remember the positive person you are, your laughter and never forget the fun times we had together. Now your at home to be with the Lord may you Rest In Peace and I will miss you greatly. My condolences to all the family stay well and may God Bless
Anita Jordan, one of my bestest friends. I miss her so much. We had an instant connection the very first time I met her and could/would talk about anything. She had lots of energy, and spunk and would tell me the truth in such a Godly manner when it didnt line up to the Word. It’s been almost a whole year since she slipped into eternity, what a glorious day for her. I lost the 2 most important women in 2021, my mom and my bestest friend, both women were Godly women who looked forward to the day God called them to their heavenly home. I’m so sorry for your loss, she talked about her kids and grandkids all the time and loved ya’ll so much. I miss you Ann.