Ronnie Lee Jordan

April 30, 1950July 8, 2014
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"In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you."

John 14:2 KJV

A memorial for Ronnie Lee Jordan will be held July 11, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Centuries Memorial Chapel. Visitation will be directly before the service. Mr. Jordan entered into rest July 8, 2014. Officiating will be Bro. David Permenter from Beulah Baptist Church in Mansfield, Louisiana.

Ronnie was born April 30, 1950 in Shreveport, Louisiana. He attended Fair Park High School and worked his entire life at Western Electric/AT&T. Ronnie was a great story teller and taught all his nieces and nephews many life lessons. Some good and some not so good. Ronnie never met a stranger and enjoyed his friends. Ronnie was an avid hunter and cherished his hunting trips with his grandson, Logan. He was loved by all that knew him.

He was preceded in death by his parents, D.J. and Lela Jordan; brothers, Ray Jordan and Thomas Neal Jordan, Sr., sister, Louise Thomason, nephews Thomas Neal Jordan, Jr. and Michael P. Strickland, and niece, Claudia "Marie" Harper.

Survivors include his daughter, Robin Foster; grandson, Logan Foster; granddaughter, Aubree Foster; one brother, Roy Jordan; four sisters, Jean Rawls and husband Rollin, Linda Miller, Barbara Lum and husband Alvin, and Kay Rinaudo; and a host of nieces and nephews


  • Visitation Friday, July 11, 2014
  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Friday, July 11, 2014

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July 11, 2014

He was always so nice when he came in to the dealership for service, always took the time to come find me and talk a little. Rest in peace Bobby your pain is over, your good friend Scott Warren misses you already.

July 10, 2014

Thoughts and Prayers to all the family. Love you Robin, Logan, and Aubree!


joey jordan

July 10, 2014

I will cherish the time I spent with Uncle Ronnie and just enjoying him for who he was. Stories were shared and i cant remember him telling me the same stories a second time.

I know he loved his family and cared for them as we cared for him.

Donna Lewing

July 10, 2014

My prayers go out to the family. Mrs. Barbara and Mr. Alvin Lum, I know you all have been through a lot. Praying for y'all.

Carmen Jordan

July 10, 2014

Katie says she remembers Uncle Ronnie coming over to Neal and Susie's house sometimes. We all know he loved children, as all of the Jordan men did. So in true fashion he gave Katie a big wet willie one day!! I wish I could have seen her face. He,indeed, made her smile (and laugh).

Brenda Carmack Revils

July 10, 2014

Robin, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and family.

Esther White

July 9, 2014

My prayers are with ya'll, i'm so sorry I cant be there just to hug each one of you

carrie "sam" Youngblood

July 9, 2014

Uncle Ronnie was very special. He was himself all the time. It didn't matter who you were or where you were, he was the same. I remember his little sports car and how the head light covers raised up, I always thought that was so cool. When I had Amanda, I was warned by one of my aunts that he would grab her by the ankles and hold her upside down. And he did , I was scarred, and he did the same thing to Jamie, so by the time Bekah was born I just stepped back and said go ahead, and he did. I respect him for caring so much for grandma. I know he loved his brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews and his friends. He loved to talk and tell stories, and some TALL TALES. He always called me sister. He truly loved his little braided haired girl, and his grandchildren. Robin, Logan and Aubrey, I am sorry for your loss, but hold memories of him in your heart and know that you will meet again.

Love Ya'll

Carrie "Sam" Youngblood

Andrea Rachall

July 9, 2014

Some of my fondest memories as a child are of times at Uncle Ronnie's, riding in the back of his ole pickup up to the little country store to get Icees, or watching Uncle Ronnie and his brothers/sisters having a egg fight at Easter one year.

Uncle Ronnie loved his little girl Robin...I remember when he got her a 3wheeler as a child and the look on his face as he would watch her ride it with wild abandon.

I remember his smile and laugh,and how he loved his mama and family.

His childhood and his struggles did not define all he was...his love for others and theirs for him are what he will be remembered for.

My sympathy goes out to Robin and his grandkids Logan and Aubree; for his brother Roy, and sisters Jeanie, Kay, Linda, and Barbara as well as all of our extended families and Uncle Ronnie's many friends.

May you remember the times of joy and moments of closeness and hold them in your hearts.

"Come to me, all you who are wearied and burdened, and I will give you rest"
Matthew 11:28

"When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight." ~Khalil Gibran

Sue Davison

July 9, 2014

Uncle Ronnie and I grew up as teens together though he was a bit older than me. He went to Fairpark with friends of mine from Claiborne Elementary but I had moved and went to Woodlawn. Ronnie always made me laugh, he was so kind and funny and cool! I used to get bullied at school for being chubby and we would talk about it and soon I would forget about all the bullies and think better about myself. He just had a way like that. Kind, funny, loved playing with my daughter Mary and my nieces when they were toddlers. They loved him so much. I hope he will be remembered mostly for these qualities and never forgotten. Love you Uncle Ronnie, Sue Thomason Davison