Susan Jordan

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A graveside service for Susan Jordan, 49, former Clinton resident was held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 15, 2014, in the Peace Lutheran Cemetery, Bessie, officiated by Dr. Jerry Jordan and Rev. Roland Youngberg. Burial was under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home. Susan Jordan was born July 13, 1964, in Clinton, Oklahoma, and passed away early Monday, May 12, 2014, in her Clinton home. Susan was raised in Clinton and attended Clinton Public Schools. She loved to play golf. When in high school she tried out for the Men’s Golf Team and won a position. In 1981, the Clinton Tornadoes went all the way to State and placed third. She also excelled in basketball. She continued her education at Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City and graduated with a foreign language degree, speaking three foreign languages. She moved to Florida, for a short time and then to New York, and attended Culinary School and became a Sous Chef. She served many famous people and movie stars, including Walter Cronkite, Kirk Douglas and Al Pacino while working at Planet Hollywood. She also cooked for Rudy Giuliani at the New York Governor’s Mansion. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, she loved playing golf and watching the Yankees and the Dallas Cowboys. She is preceded in death by her biological father, Gordon Stehr, an infant sister, Charlotte Stehr, grandparents, Alfred and Hulda Stehr, Opal Abercrombie and Marshall and Faye Jordan and Uncle Charlie Abercrombie. She is survived by her parents, John and Judy Jordan, of Clinton, a sister, Jamie Miller and husband, Louie, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and two brothers, Derek Jordan, of Yukon and Tony Jordan and wife, Stacey, of Midwest City, Oklahoma, and Kim Jordan, Oklahoma City. She is also survived by three nieces, Carley Miller, Ashtyn Jordan and Ryleigh Jordan; Aunt, Dr. Joella Utley, of Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Uncle Dr. Jerry Jordan and his wife, Gayle, Woodland Park, Colorado, special friends and caregivers, Sherilyn Faulk, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Cindy Box of Clinton. The family has suggested those wanting to give a memorial contribution may do so to the Shepherd Home Health and Hospice, 525 South 30th Street, Clinton, Oklahoma, or Clinton’s First United Methodist Church.