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Fort Lincoln Funeral Home & Cemetery

3401 Bladensburg RD, Brentwood, MD

OBITUARY

Napoleon Jordan

April 14, 1936June 28, 2020

Napoleon “Pete” Jordan passed away at his home on June 28, 2020 and is under the care of Fort Lincoln Funeral Home, 3401 Bladensburg Road, Brentwood, MD 20722.

Where on Thursday, July 16, 2020 visitation will begin at 12:30pm. Followed by a service 1:30pm with interment at 2:30pm. He had in subsequent conversations, after the passing of his beloved wife in April of this year stated that for himself in lieu of flowers a donation be made in her name, Bertha P. Jordan, to: St. Luke Catholic Church (www.stlukechurchssj.org). Written condolences can be sent to the family home.

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James Dickerson

July 13, 2020

Hey Pete... I will miss our weekly conversations about how the Dallas Cowboys will do and your competitive nature in bowling. REST in PEACE soldier !!!

Joseph Flood

July 13, 2020

Pete J! I definitely enjoyed seeing your fight on the lanes while you bowled. The house will never be the same without you. So many wondered how you managed to strike with the unusual style you had LOL but you had a determination that was unique to you. and for that, made the bowling league experience worth while. Rest now soldier. You are home!

Diane Turner Edmonds

July 11, 2020

I will never forget “Pete and Bertha”. Both of you were apart of my life, for most of my life. I was the flower girl in your wedding and it’s hard to envision life without you. For nearly 50 years, we spent every Thanksgiving and Every Xmas together as a family. Loosing you is truly heartbreaking and life will never be the same without you.

Pete, thank you for the sweaters and the many favors you did for your little cousin when I was growing up and even while I was a college student. Bertha, thanks for the many things you did for me and my daughter, whom you nicknamed “Sweetness” when she was born. You were totally supportive, I loved both of you, and will always have a special place in my heart for you. Pete, even your mother still holds a special place in my heart. Yes, Laura Underwood, MaMaLaLa, still lives inside of me to this day. If there was a family that I learned to love, outside of my immediate family, it was your family. My condolences to Keith and Karen. Your parents were truly loved by others and it is with regret that they both passed, particularly, so close together and during this season in 2020. I guess God felt that reuniting them in “the spirit“ was best for both of them. They will live inside of my heart for as long as I live. With all my love.......
Diane Turner Edmonds

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY