Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI


Angelo John Giordano (Jordan)

November 4, 1966June 24, 2020

Angelo John Giordano (Nee Jordan) Born November 4, 1966 died suddenly June 24, 2020.

Angelo died suddenly in Brooksville, FL where he was working for Symbotic Corporation at the Walmart Distribution Center. Angelo was an electrical engineer and worked as an advanced PLC Integration Specialist. He was finishing a job in Florida and was transferring to work in Chicago for another Symbotic job on June 26. Angelo was born a Jordan in Dearborn, MI and changed his name back to the family's original name Giordano.

Angelo was preceded in death by his mother Patricia Anne. Beloved son of Angelo Jordan, brother of Mark (Renee Jordan). Dear nephew of Al and Mary Ehlert, Chiara Giordano in Italy, the late Arthur and Constance Dresden and the late Cathrine (Robert) Walker. Also survived by (nephew of) Aunt Jean Johnson, and Uncle Ray. Uncle of Christian, Isabella and Luke Jordan. 1st cousin to Robert, Michael, James Johnson, Patricia Allen, Michelle Walker, Debra Walker, Nicole Zelazny, Maria Belcher, Nora Gross, Arthur Dresden, the late Theresa Dresden, Michelle Stokes, Julie Ehlert and many more cousins and friends.

A visitation will be held on Tuesday, June 30th from 3-8pm at Harry J. Will Funeral Home 37000 Six Mile Rd., Livonia, MI 48152.

A funeral mass will take place on Wed. July 1st at 11am at St Priscilla Catholic Church, 19120 Purlingbrook Rd., Livonia, MI 48152. Family and friends may visit at the church beginning at 10:30am.


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, July 1, 2020


Angelo John Giordano (Jordan)

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Gus Ploss

June 29, 2020

Angelo... Kathy and I are so incredibly sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your entire family. Love Kathy and Gus Ploss

Joe Barack

June 29, 2020

My heart and sincere condolences go out to the Jordan family. We will all miss Angelo tremendously. From UM Dearborn to Lawrence Tech to all the parties where our guitars were too loud and inhibitions didn't exist, we had too many good times to count. With George on drums and Todd as master of ceremonies we were brothers that made way too much noise as well as cherished memories that will live on forever. Rest in peace, Angelo. You left stains on my couch and scars on my heart :)
"Take me back to school. I didn't learn the first time."
Love you buddy,
Joe and Dawn Barack


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