November 30, -0001 - December 17, 2011
JORDAN, Paula (nee Ahrens), beloved wife of the late Kellis Jordan, dear mother of Lucas (Vanessa) Jordan and Danny (Amy) Latham, dear friend of Ashley Lamping. Passed away Saturday, December 17, 2011, age 53. Visitation to be held at Rest Haven Mausoleum Chapel, 10109 Plainfield Rd., Evendale, OH 45241, Wednesday from 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at 12 noon.
To the family of Paula Jordan,my deepest sympathy to you all. Paula will be sorely missed at the Drake Center not only as an employee but as so many loved her as a good friend too. She has left a permenant memory with all her stories, I will miss them. I know she loved her children and her pets because that’s all she talked about. I am certain that you are suffering a tremendous lost. My prayers are for you and for Paula as well.
Paula was such a kind and generous person. She would help anyone that needed it. I will miss our trips outside and her quirky ways. 3n will never be the same without you. Indeed, you will be missed. Emily
A donation to the American Diabetes Association has been made in memory of Paula.
I have fond memories of time spent with Aunt Paula when we would gather as family for holidays at the house on Imwalle in St. Bernard. She introduced me to some of my first rock albums and gave me hand-me-down bell bottoms! Luke, so sorry for your loss.
I will miss you so much…
Thank you for the fun times at work, bringing coffee, and sharing nursing ideas with me to get me prepared for my career. Funny how the winter comes around, and I know your footsteps in the snow…” Paula’s here at work” I would say. I knew coffee would be in hand, cause you always had a cup ready for me.
I know you are watching me, and that’s good to know. The 3N family will dearly miss you.
PAULA WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART AND NEVER FORGOTTEN.
CINDY AND PALMER
Paula will always have a place in my heart, and will be missed dearly. She had a big heart and thought of others in her loving ,caring way. I will never forget her
Paula will be deeply missed