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Victor Earl Jordan

October 11, 1956 ~ February 2, 2022 (age 65)

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Mr. Victor Earl Jordan was called home from labor to rest on Wednesday February 2, 2022.

Victor Earl Jordan (Tootie as he was affectionately known), was born on October 11, 1956, to the late Shirley Jean Jordan and James Hood in Pollocksville, North Carolina. He attended grammar school in the Jones County Public Schools System. Victor lived with his aunt Edna and Bud Fred for many years and enjoyed driving the tractor and working in the tobacco field until he went to New Jersey to live with his mother. He attended High school in East Orange New Jersey at Clifford J. Scott where he graduated and enlisted in the US Marine Corp.  He wore his uniform proudly. In 1994 Victor moved to Greensboro NC, where he lived for several years. He joined Reid Memorial CME Church and was a faithful member of the male chorus and served on the kitchen committee.

Whether Victor was in Pollocksville, NJ, Greensboro, or Asheville he never met a stranger. Although he was not the oldest child, he always took the role of protecting and caring for his mother and his siblings. He would take odd jobs even at an early age to assure that his mom had gifts for birthdays Christmas and pretty much any holiday that came around. Wherever he found himself he would also design cards and send to his mom and other family members for birthdays and other celebrations. Victor was known as a master chef whether it was in the kitchen or on the grill. He was an Artist, A songwriter and a Singer. He had a catalogue of poetry and songs, so many that many of the songs he never got around to performing. Everyone especially enjoyed his spirit filled songs as he was worship leader in several churches that he was a member of. When Victor was a little boy he actually told his mom that he wanted to drive a truck when he would see them pass him by on Highway 58 in Pollocksville. After some adversities in Victor’s life. He felt as though doors was closing and Victor was begin to feel discouraged and felt that he was in the final chapter of his life. God opened a whole new chapter and gave him yet another testimony. It was at that time that God reminded him of his desire to driver a tractor trailer all those many years ago in Pollocksville. God not only opened up the door for him to become a tractor trailer driver God also blessed him to be a father again. Victor had great faith and “no matter what,” he always gave God the praise! Even in the midst of the storms of life, Victor Always gave God the Praise!

Victor is preceded in death by his mother Shirley Jean Jordan and his father James Hood.                                  

He is survived by his fiancé Camille Snead, 3 beautiful daughters Tikisha King (King) Raleigh, NC, Victoria Jordan and Angela Jordan both of Greensboro NC, Victory and Kalaila of the home, stepchildren also of the home, grandchildren Tracey, Jiyae, Aiden, brothers Frankie Jordan New Jersey, Antonio Jordan (Karen) NJ, sisters Margaret Jordan and Frederick Douglas both of Greensboro NC, uncle Clifford Jordan, aunt Rosa Herring and many other relatives and friends.

A Memorial Service to honor the life of Victor Earl Jordan will be held Wednesday February 9th at World Wide Tabernacle Baptist Church located on 85 Choctaw at 3pm. The service will be live streamed on Avery's Memorial Chapel's Face Book page.

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Memorial Service
February 9, 2022

3:00 PM
World Wide Baptist Tabernacle Church (Asheville, NC)

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