ForeverMissed
Marie Taylor Jordan passed away Sunday February 21st, 2021 at the Cranford Rehab & Nursing Center in Cranford, New Jersey. She was not the kind of person I can describe to you in a paragraph in the newspaper or on the website of a funeral home. Born to Michele Worman in Flemington, New Jersey on September 1st, 1986 she had an undeniably short life of 34 years filled with beautiful memories, unconditional love, and laughter, also peppered with a touch of chaos and too much tragedy. She can only be described as a free-spirited wild child much like her mother, Michele, sister, Meagan, and aunt, Melissa, all who she is with again in death. Survived by a brother with the deepest love for her, James, children Michele, Austin, Angel, and Rebecca (adopted by wonderful parents, Jackie & Dan), aunt Maureen, uncle Mick, grandmother Marie, recently reunited and loved siblings Gina, Daniel, John, CJ, and Edward, many cousins that shared the laughter and love of childhood friendship, many loved nieces and nephews, and friends with unbreakable bonds. She was an artist with a talent and love for drawing, painting, and writing with a passion for music of all kinds. While she is gone from this world, she will survive on in the hearts of every single person she touched; those that knew her for who she really was and loved her beyond measure. We take comfort in knowing she is at peace where she is free from the burdens that life brings us, free from pain. 

We will be having a Virtual Memorial for Marie on Sunday March 7th, 2021 from 4:30pm until 6pm via Zoom. Anyone wishing to talk about memories of Marie, share photographs, or offer condolences are welcome. 
Ashley Jordan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Marie Taylor Jordan's Memorial Service
Time: Mar 7, 2021 04:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 754 0601 6877
Passcode: Marie9186!

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