Lindquist Funeral Home

1 Mayberry Ln, Yarmouth, ME


Len Jordan

April 6, 1943June 6, 2020

North Yarmouth- Percival “Len” Jordan of North Yarmouth, ME went to heaven on June 6, 2020. As many know Len battled heart disease and CHF for many years. He went peacefully to heaven after a courageous fight.

Len was born April 6, 1943 in Portland Maine to Zelma Therrien and Percival L Jordan Jr. He had a vast and varied career throughout the years. He first owned a dental lab until his first heart attack. He then pursue a long a luster career at USM heading the cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs. He was renowned for helping other and instrumental in helping others start cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs from Biddeford to Fort Kent. He also had a passion for senior fitness. He and Anita Chandler were instrumental in bring the first Senior Games to Portland. He also taught emergency response to students at USM for many years. Many remember or had participated in his many disaster drills on campus.

He and his wife Terry Girouard-Jordan also started one of the first AHA training centers in Maine. Many attended his training and remember his multiple and detailed stories both of his own experiences and that of others.

He enjoyed collecting coins and owned a jewelry and coin shop for a few years with his wife Terry. He loved boats and had many stories about lost/damaged props he experienced. He was a talented teacher, mentor, friend, husband, father and grandfather. He will be greatly missed.

He was predeceased by his parents Zelma Therrien and Percival Jordan Jr, and his brother Richard and his first wife Bernadette (Claire) Jordan

He is survived by his wife Terry Girouard-Jordan, daughter Michele Flaherty and her husband Dan, son Michael Jordan and his wife Susan, his daughter Marie Varberakis and husband James, and sister Gladys (Tiny) Curry and husband Charles.

He is also survived by several grandchildren: Shannon and Michael Flaherty, Andrew, Cecile, Lenny, Noah, and Issac Jordan.

Per Len’s request there will be no service and a private burial sometime in the future.

The family would like to thank Northern light VNA and Hospice, Mercy Hospital Cardiology (especially Dr Moloney, Carole and Susan), and Dr. Dan Pierce and Sue Coumadin Clinic and Sharon in the lab at Intermed Yarmouth.

In lieu of flowers the family would suggest making a donation to your favorite charity in Len’s name.


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Len Jordan

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Patty Medina

June 18, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to Terry and Len's family. I had the pleasure of working with Len for Years at Lifeline, Heartland and putting on many years of benefit walk/run races. Len was a man that made things happen, he cared and brought very positive changes to the fitness industry. He was hard working, a visionary and a fantastic leader. Rest in peace Len and enjoy heaven.
Patty Medina

Bruce Witham

June 18, 2020

Yes, I have so many memories of my pal Len, they started when I first met him in first grade at Cathedral Grammar school.
With that being said, I am dedicating this tune by:


So my best pal, may God hold you in the palm of his hands until we meet again.... Goodbye


June 15, 2020

Terry, I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family.

Suzanne Lane

June 14, 2020

I’m so sorry to hear about your father’s passing...it’s always too soon. I have some great memories of him, your mother and all of you from when we were kids. A boat ride out to Fort Gorges(?).....and also spending several afternoons with him in his office @ USM one summer when I was in an enrichment program there. I hope you all are well and taking care of each other. Love, Suzanne Langevin Lane

Terri Mathew

June 14, 2020

I am sorry for the loss that the entire Jordan family! I knew of Len through Terry his wife and my mom. I worked with both of them in regards to BLS and ACLS. He was always a pleasure to speak to when I called the office. Also my mom was a paramedic in the 70’s, 80’ and early 90’s and she worked with Len also. My prayers go out to the family, friends and colleagues of Len! He will be greatly missed!

Michele Flaherty

June 14, 2020

This is the last photo of my Dad. He loved his family fiercely . This photo was of him and his grandson Michael the day before high school graduation.

Bev Bridges

June 14, 2020

Terry, I am so very sorry. I remember attending ACLS training. Len was always so patient teaching us over the years. Bev

Kathy Bickford

June 14, 2020

Len taught for my CNA Class for Biddeford Adult Ed for 15 years! He was a wonderful friend and always a joy to have. I will miss Len and his wonderful stories. Thanks Len, I hope you are sailing free and with peace! Love, Kathy Bickford