Lloyd David Jordan, 77, passed away Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at Candler Hospital. He was born December 12, 1943 in Savannah to the late Clifford Rudolph Jordan and Mae Hendry Jordan. He grew up at Bethesda Home for Boys, and was a United States Marine Corps Veteran. Mr. Jordan retired after 50 years of service from Union Camp Corporation and was a member of Coastal Community Christian Church in Richmond Hill.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by ten siblings.
His is survived by his wife, Marie McCullough Jordan of Savannah, son, Max Shuman (Charlotte) of Effingham County, daughter, Teresa Moir (J.T.) of Richmond Hill, five grandchildren, Megan Mousa (Adam), Della Dossey, Kelly Shuman, Jordan Moir, and Kayla Moir, three great-grandchildren, Carter, Paisley, and Everly Mousa.
He is also survived by two sisters, Freda Bazemore of Ellabell, GA, and Mary White of Savannah, GA, and one brother, Cecil Strickland of Ethridge, Tennessee.
Mr. Jordan was a devoted husband to Marie for 50 years. He loved spending time with family, particularly his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed his work and days off fishing. He was an expert trouble shooter and could fix anything.
David was truly a great man and loved by many.
A Graveside Service will be 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Old Anderson Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Collins, GA.
Remembrances may be made to the Coastal Community Christian Church, 1770 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324.
Marie, please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one.
- WILLIAM KERMIT K ROLISON, Stockbridge, GA
Our condolences to your family. I enjoyed working with David over many years and had the utmost respect for his knowledge and skills. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
- Pete and Karen Saturday, Rincon, GA
Aunt Marie I'm so sorry to hear about Uncle David. I remember learning to water ski from him. My Mom loved to visit her family. We had so much fun.
- Jeanne Kortis, Canton , Ohio
My most sincere condolences. David was highly respected as being as skilled as you could ever find in his field. Never heard a bad word about him, and would not have believed it if I had.
- Ricky Bodaford, Richmond Hill, Georgia
my deepest condolences to u and your family i will always cherish the memories with him your family has always been my family for 40 plus years love you guys
- Tara Fjalstad , stuart, florida
As I called him my Uncle David on the job when I started at Union Camp in 1993. He taught me a lot about life & insrumentation. I will miss him. Uncle David was a true soldier of life & for the Lord. My condolences to the Jordan Family from the Ross Family.
- Kevin & Cynthia Ross, Collins, Ga.
My sincerest condolences to the family. Although I haven’t seen David for many years I have fond memories when he and I were much, much younger.
- Ralph Leroy Strickland Jr. , Hinesville , Ga
I loved this man for many reasons. We worked together o n many projects. He was the most intelligent man I had the privilege to know in life. Heaven has him now and God has him on his team. David Jorden David Jorden will be remembered tome always. I will miss Him very much. My heart is still in shock and sorrow fills me. God Bless you, David.
- John Cela, Savannah, GA
Please accept my heartfelt passing of great man. I meet David in 1979 as a new employee. David was a great mentor and friend. He believed in doing things right the first time. Thanks David.
- William Brown(Willie), Savannah, GA