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Missing you as we celebrate

Shared by Lisa Vasconcellos on June 13, 2019

To my  sweet nephew , 

So much has happened in life since you passed away that I wish we could have shared with you. 

Yesterday was your birthday and you would have been 30 years old. Your cousin Joshua Jordan ( yes I names him after you with his middle name)  graduated high school.  So many holidays, birthdays, and special  celebrations  have happened through the years and I often think of you during these times wishing that you were here to celebrate with us. 

You are forever in my heart ❤️ My sweet little man.  

Love Auntie Lisa


Shared by Betti Lacroix on March 13, 2011




J        Joy you brought to all of us

O       Our first grandchild, you were the light of our life

R        Reliving all those precious memories you left us

D        Dreaming of the day when we will be together again

A        An Angel in heaven, cradled in the arms of God

N        Never will we forget all the love you gave us or the courage you showed us


A Page from the 6th Grade Class Graduating Book

Shared by Betti Lacroix on March 13, 2011

A Little Angel That Touched My Life

As the 6th grade class graduates from the Hector L. Belisle School, it leaves behind a lasting imprint in the form of a little angel.

Although Jordan Medeiros's education was brief, his effect on all of those who had contact with him will last a lifetime.

I'll always remember Jordan as a quiet, well-behaved sensitive child who listened well and worked exceptionally hard every day in school.

The smile on his face and the twinkle in his eye are lasting impressions of Jordan that would melt anyone's heart.

He was a role model for all students to emulate regardless of the age or grade level.  Jordan Medeiros touched my life and I'll never forget him.

Carol Theriault

First Grade Teacher

Belisle Classmates Remember Jordan

Shared by Betti Lacroix on March 12, 2011

The Class of 2001 dedicates their Graduating Book in Memory of Jordan T. Medeiros 6/12/89-3/14/96


Jordan should have graduated this year from Hector L. Belisle School with the 6th grade class.

Sadly, he died in the first grade of Meningitis.

The children have never forgotten Jordan, every year on March 14th, the day Jordan passed, the children write him letters and leave them on a table under Jordan's picture.  The secretary puts the table in the hall along with flowers from the teachers and the P.T.O.

The letters to Jordan are very heartfelt, these children will never forget him.

To Jordan:  May you always be in the arms of angels!!!!

P.T.O. President  Holly A. Costa




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