Georgann Ona Jordan
Born on July 14, 1944.
Passed away on September 30, 2021.
No service at this time.
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Condolences for Georgann Ona Jordan
I am so sorry to learn of Georgann’s passing. We haven’t seen each other in many years but have been in touch through email. This was so very sudden as she had sent me a message on Sept. 29!
God bless her soul and may she rest in peace.
My husband and I met Georgeann when we volunteered to take her shopping. We continued that activity along with others from our church until she moved from Texas. She was unable to do much but watch all kinds of video media on her computer and TV, but she kept an active mind and was in constant communication with others through email. She is gone now, but not forgotten.
Georgann is a distant cousin of mine that I met through genealogy research many years ago. I enjoyed the frequent emails she would send to many friends and family, like the last one I received just a few days before she passed away. She would never miss sending me a personal birthday message by email. I could count on getting a Christmas card from her every year in the regular mail too.
I have enjoyed all of the genealogy and info she has shared with me over the years. I was able to connect a lot of dots in my research with the information she provided. She was always so willing to share and excited about the Mantor family line.
Bless her heart. She was a sweet lady. I will greatly miss her. Rest in peace, Georgann.
I am saddened to learn of Georgann’s passing. I have known Georgann since 1986 when we worked together in a Radiology Office in downtown San Francisco, where I was an X-ray tech and she was the Transcriptionist. Though we eventually went our separate ways, Georgann always kept in touch through emails. She loved her family research and even helped me with some of mine.
I will miss her emails and birthday cards and her friendship. Rest peacefully Georgann, you will be missed…
Georgann was a long-time friend of mine. We worked together for the University of Nebraska Love library which is where we met in 1963. We have kept in touch with each other through the years by emails. Georgann was a good friend and I will miss her very much. I believe that she will be united with God now and also her first husband Doug who she loved very much. Rest in peace, Georgann. Love, Jean
I am so sorry to learn of Georgann’s passing. We have been friends since the 90’s, working together at multiple places over the years. She was a sweet person with a good heart and she will be missed. She didn’t deserve the way she was treated by some of her own family but she is in a much better place now. May she rest in peace. Friends forever. Love, Tammy
I haven’t heard from Georgann in a bit and have emailed her a few times. I’m just finding out about her passing. I met her many years ago while doing genealogy research, something she was passionate about. We are “cousins” on her Marshall side. I’m so glad I stopped in and visited her a couple years ago on a road trip. We spent the day visiting Valparaiso and the sights of her beginnings. The church she attended, where her grandparents Marshall lived and the cemetery. Her life was complicated to say the least but she will be remembered by many. I’m so happy she was able to connect with her Mantor line and I’m sure there is a happy reunion going on right now. Rest in peace, Georgann.
I was so sad to hear about Georgann as she has been on my mind lately. I know that she had a number of health problems. I worked with her in Inverness, FL as a temporary Transcriptionist and we stayed in touch over the years. My condolences to friends and family.
Port Richey, FL