OBITUARY

Jordan Mark Willingham

February 1, 1990January 30, 2021
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It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our son, Jordan Willingham. Jordan had a heart disease that we were unaware of and died suddenly with no warning. Jordan lived his life on his terms. He was loved by many and valued his friends deeply and they became extensions of the family. Even though he possessed a "push your button" skill he more than made up for it and, if given the chance, Jordan would do anything for anybody in need of help. He had struggled along the way, but in the last few years was really getting it done.

Jordan had multiple skillsets and enjoyed being a tree-climber the most. He loved his kids and it was always so cool to see how they lit up when he was around. His smile was infectious and his sense of humor was over-the-top (although needing some censorship). Jordan loved fishing, four-wheeling Jeeps and quads and fixing anything.

Although he is gone Jordan will never be forgotten. He took a little piece of us with him and we will keep him in our hearts forever. Jordan did happy so much better than sad and he would want us to concentrate on all the good times that were had with him while he was here.

Jordan is survived by his parents John and Julie Willingham; his siblings Angie Willingham, Justin Willingham and Alex Walton; his children Kendal Brock, Bently Cole, Jakob Mark, Brooklynn Navaeh Faith and Jaymee Leann. Jordan is also survived by his grandparents Harold and Jane Willingham and Linda Housley; his uncles Kevin Bauman, Jeff Willingham and Jeff Housley; his aunts; nieces and nephews and cousins. Jordan is preceded in death by his grandfather Arnold Housley.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.mcgilleygeorgebelton.com for the Willingham family.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Justin Willingham
  • Nick Srader
  • Jesse Foreman
  • Brad Parker
  • Charles Watts
  • Dustin Jones

Services

  • Public Walk-Thru Visitation

    Monday, February 8, 2021

  • Private Family Funeral Service

    Monday, February 8, 2021

  • Burial - Everyone Welcome

    Monday, February 8, 2021

Memories

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Wilma Behning

February 8, 2021

I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Another former student gone way too soon! Working in the nurses office at the elementary and then the high school I had Jordan that came in to see me. We had a bond and sometimes he just needed a break and needed to talk, he was always up for a hug from Ms Wilma who took him under her wings! I will be thinking and praying for you all and please know if there is anything I can do please just let me know. Special hugs to Justin and Julie. (If only it could be in person!)

Jeff Housley

February 4, 2021

Check out that new wind suit!!!!!

Jeff Housley

February 4, 2021

We remember Jordan getting in our dog’s kennel when we came to visit. He always kept us entertained. We will miss you Jordan!!! We love you!!! I know you will be playing Skip-Bo with Papa Arnold. Take it easy on him!!!

Scott Hebblethwaite

February 4, 2021

I remember the first time I met Jordan. He was 10. Debbie & I walked in their house & Jordy said. " is that your boyfriend Debbie " then we played pool. On the pool table. RIP Jorden

Debbie Reasoner

February 3, 2021

I will always miss you Jordan. I have known you since you were 3 year old I remember the first day I met you and your Mom at Southfork. You had the cutest southern draw I ever heard. One memory I will always remember is the time I came home from work and my back door was wide open and I thought what? But I looked around a minute and soon realized who had been there. There were all the toys Logan never let you play with all in living room and you had gotten in the candy drawer and ate what you want and watched TV then just went on home. I called your Mom and we laughed and laughed and I said teach him to at close the back door when he was done. I could go on and on.... but I will always have then tucked away in my memories. I loved you then and will love you forever. Love Aunt Debbie

Kara Quigg

February 3, 2021

We will miss the roaring tires of the 4 wheelers screeching up the streets. RIP Jordan. We are so sorry for your loss. He was a good man.

Vicki Willingham

February 3, 2021

Still hard to believe you are gone. Miss you like crazy
Love ya
Uncle Jeff and Aunt Vicki

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