Dollie Mildred "Mollie" Slaughter-Jordan

April 19, 1944March 21, 2018
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Dollie Mildred “Mollie” Slaughter-Jordan, age 73, of Culpeper, VA, passed away on Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at Novant Health UVA Health System in Culpeper, VA.

Mollie was born April 19, 1944, in Rappahannock, VA, to Thomas Jessie and Ollie Mildred Jackson. She went to high school at George Washington Carver; worked for Aileen’s Factory for several years;later, she became employed with Omni Services in Culpeper where she worked for twenty-seven years. In 2007, she joined the staff of Turner-Robertshaw Funeral Home in Front Royal, VA, where she was employed for seven years.

Mollie enjoyed many things throughout her life journey. She made great strides to live every day to the fullest. Even when her health began to fail her, she continually held the determination and the devotion to serve the Lord and do the Lord’s work to the fullest. One of the many motto’s in her life was that she would not accept half-stepping for the Lord and she most often stated, “If you can’t do it right, then don’t do it at all.”

Mollie was very well known throughout various communities for using her God-given gift, singing for the glory of God. There was never a person whom she encountered that she did not leave a personal impact on their life. Whether it was a word of encouragement or through a song that she sang, everybody knew Mollie Slaughter-Jordan and how she displayed the magnificence of the Lord through and through.

Mollie is survived by and leaves to cherish her loving memory three children, daughters, Darlene M. Fields, and Angelea C. Starks, and son Roderick L. Slaughter; along with an adopted son James Stanton, all of Culpeper, VA, one brother, Ray Jackson (Connie) of Northern Virginia, Minister Hattie Slaughter (Richard), Nannie Slaughter all of Culpeper and Lucy Osborne of Harrisburg, PA one Uncle “Thomas “Buddy” Jackson, five grandchildren, Michael L. Slaughter and Jasmine Fields of Culpeper, VA, Raelyn and Ryanna Slaughter of Spotsylvania and Bradley Starks (Shinea) of Orange, VA, eight great-grandchildren, Gennifer, Harmony, Gabe, Summira, KiShon, Kyrie, Kylie and Kinley, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews and cousins, one Godson, Darryle Toliver and one Goddaughter, Lashawnya Jackson.

In addition to her parents, Mollie was preceded in death by her late husband(s) Thomas Leroy Slaughter and Melvin Louis Jordan, her daughter Gennifer R. Slaughter, five grandchildren, Nicole Slaughter, Roderick Slaughter Jr, Ryan Slaughter, Lenny and Lynette Wright.

Funeral services are scheduled for 12:00 Wayland Blue Ridge Baptist Center, 15044 Ryland Chapel Road, Rixeyville, VA, Saturday, March 31, 2018. The family will receive friends at church one hour prior to service time.

Online condolences may be offered through The Slaughter family has entrusted Clore-English Funeral Home with these arrangements.



  • Visitation Saturday, March 31, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, March 31, 2018


  • Interment is Private

Dollie Mildred "Mollie" Slaughter-Jordan

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Mark Baldwin-Caliandro

March 30, 2018

Sending love and prayers to all of the family. I always enjoyed singing with and talking and sharing with Sis . Mollie.
I will always cherish the memories...
Sincerely..Bro. Mark Baldwin-Caliandro.

Deborah Burrow

March 28, 2018

Mrs. Mollie Jordan was a very special person to all that she met. She left you with that special feeling that would remind you of the times that you spent with her. I will always remember our special moments of conversations, our travelings to the Sunday School Union Services and most importantly the time we traveled to the play and had a follow-up dinner with her daughters. It was a glorious time because love was shared through stories, meal and comedy. She and her daughters made me feel a big part of the family and most importantly welcome. That is how Mollie was- always making sure that you were a part of the group. I thank the Lord for the times we spent together and the LOVE she shared. She taught me how to be a better person and for that I am grateful. Thank You, Dear Mollie, and see you in our Father's Home when I get there.

Gail Blaker

March 28, 2018

Mollie, My dear Cousin, I will always remember how you inspired me and always gave me excellent advice. Your words of wisdom helped me through difficult times. Every time I visited, you always told me "God is good all the time". This will forever be in my heart and on my mind. I will never forget spending nights with you eating and laughing. When I visited you we talked for hours. My Mom and I will never forget you for calling my Dad and singing to him before he passed away. Rest in peace my cousin, my friend until we meet again.

Stephanie Wilkins

March 27, 2018

Aunt Mollie was a woman of elegance and grace. I remember how she would get us together when we were young and make us sing. We never had a dull weekend or summer cause she always had something planned. We had the best holidays and family gatherings at her house. The memories and laughs with her will forever be cherished.



      If anyone ever cared, really cared for someone else it would have to be Dollie Mildred "Mollie" Slaughter-Jordan. She was a warm hearted and well liked individual, and these wonderful traits came easily to her because she was such a sociable and amiable person, someone who was always making certain that those around her had whatever they needed. Dollie was a talkative person who was tactful at all times but typically said what she meant.

       She was the daughter of Thomas Jessie and Ollie Mildred Jackson. During her childhood she learned to be reliable and respectful. Dollie was an obedient child who wanted to win the favor of others. She found it easy to show sympathy and to perform kind acts for others. These admirable qualities would become a part of Dollie's personality throughout her life.

      As someone who reveled in the sheer joy of her experiences, Dollie was always enthusiastic about new adventures. Although she had an exacting nature, Dollie was always tactful. One thing Dollie will certainly be remembered for is that, when she got up in the mornings, she was ready and raring to go. As a young girl, Dollie had a number of interests and was an active child.

      For Dollie, the school routines were never a problem although she generally preferred variety to structure. She seemed to be able to start a project and work right through to its completion. And she was able to do it quickly and efficiently. Dollie was also adept at details. Dollie was very observant and was generally quick at picking up new things. She enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers.

      Taking her work seriously came naturally to Dollie, and she expected the same from those around her. Dollie was a good team player, someone who was born to cooperate with others. She was what some would call a “people person” and it was demonstrated in her good communication skills. Dollie was a steady worker, one who was realistic about schedules. The kind of details that would give family members and work colleagues fits were situations that Dollie handled well. She could understand the details without getting lost in the broad “big picture.” Her primary occupation. She was employed for 7 years at Turner-Robertshaw Funeral Home, 27 years at Omni Services and Aileen's Factory for several years. She brought harmony to her work environment, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done, while always maintaining respect for her colleagues.

      A methodical woman, Dollie enjoyed spending time working on her various hobbies. She had no problem following all of the steps and instructions on a given project and was proud of the fact that she could have something to show for her efforts. Her favorite pursuits were singing for the glory of God.

      Dollie passed away on March 21, 2018 at Novant Health UVA Health System ( Culpeper Hospital). Dollie was laid to rest privately, as her wish was to be cremated.

      Dollie was a fantastic conversationalist who could engage just about anyone in a discussion. And whenever she said something, she meant it. Dollie was a down to earth person, outgoing and gregarious. She was without question the type of person who enjoyed experiencing things first hand. She was practical and sensible, but what friends and family will remember her for most is the fact that she was so understanding and kind. Everyone whose life she touched will miss Dollie Mildred "Mollie" Slaughter-Jordan.