In Memory

Cynthia Jordan

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07/29/08 08:08 PM #1    

Marian Armstrong (Millo)

When I think of Cindy, she was always so full of life. After graduation, some of us TC girls went to work at ANICO and we car pooled together for a while along with Marilyn Denny and others. The last time I saw her was at the 30th class reunion at the San Luis. We visited briefly.. I will miss her always!

08/17/08 12:18 AM #2    

Wanda Barlow (Fife)

This is the first reunion without Cindy. I know she will be with us still. Cindy and I became the best of friends after graduation. I can't count the number of times I moved that girl!! I miss her everyday. Cynthia Vondayne was the bravest person I know. She went through so much and still had that smile and funny laugh. She will always be OLDER than me (exactly 30 days) and I never let her forget the age difference. We had planned to be old ladies together but it was not to be. We had shared so much and laughed until we cried everytime we were together. Cindy gave me a gift to always remind me of our friendship. She found two little old ladies sitting on a bench - one blonde - the other brown haired. These little lovely's (Cindy and Wanda look-a-likes)sit in my home office today. I will never forget how funny she thought they were and she was right! Cindy also gave me the best gift of all- having her as a best friend.
"Vondayne you will always be my bud. Until we meet again "

10/07/08 07:16 PM #3    

George Felkner

George Felkner gave me your Class of 68 website today and he told me that my baby sister, Cynthia Vondayne Jordan, was listed in your 'In Memory' Section. Cindy loved her friends and all of you were her friends. She had such good memories of growing up in TC and being a part of the class of 68 as she shared these with me on many occasions. She loved life and lived it to the fullest. I know many of you who were so close to her in her adult life miss the beautiful person she was, both inside and outside. Cindy was always the most precious little girl and she grew to be a beautiful woman and cherished friend to many. I am blessed to not only call her my sister, but my friend as well. I miss her physical presence in my life every day, but she is tucked in my heart always day and night. Blessings to all of you, her life-long friends...
Cheryl Jordan Simmons

06/20/10 07:23 PM #4    

Kelly Ann Blass (Weiner)

Cindy was full of life, one of the sweetest, happiest and most giving souls you'll ever meet.  I spoke with her a couple of years before she passed, when she was employed by College of the Mainland.  I was so very glad that we had a chance to catch up.  Our loss is most certainly Heaven's gain.  The Cindy Jordan Memorial Scholarship was established at College of the Mainland, with one of the requirements being that the applicant shall be a single parent with financial need.  Until we meet again, Cindy.  Kelly

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