Lloyd Stanley Jordan
July 14, 1949 - June 12, 2018

Lloyd Stanley  Jordan

Lloyd Stanley Jordan
Jul 14, 1949 - Jun 12, 2018

Lloyd Stanley  Jordan
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Beloved husband, father, son, and brother. He passed away unexpectedly as a result of an aneurysm, after mourning the loss of wife Rae Ann for a little more than three years.

Born in Kamsack, Saskatchewan to Evelyn and Irwin Scalf; Lloyd was adopted by James Jordan upon his mother's remarriage following his biological father's passing. The family moved to British Columbia, spending time in Qualicum Beach before settling in Richmond and welcoming younger brother Tim. Lloyd graduated from Steveston High School, where he was a multisport athlete and developed a lifelong passion for sports and coaching.

Lloyd met Rae Ann in Yakima, Washington while attending Yakima Valley College before transferring to finish his degree at the University of Puget Sound. They were married August 3, 1974. They lived in Richmond and Ladner before moving to Saanichton and later Dean Park on Vancouver Island, all in British Columbia. The family moved to Bothell in 1998 closer to Rae Ann's family. When Rae Ann passed away in 2015, Lloyd shared that their two happiest days were the birth of their daughter Kerry in 1982 and son Dane in 1987. He was filled with joy when granddaughter Colette arrived in 2016.

Lloyd had a great sense of humor, warm smile and hearty laugh. Every birthday he would declare, "Sure beats the alternative." Sadly, the alternative happened too soon. Through all of his hard work at the office, he was most dedicated to his family and enjoyed spending quality time together. We will always "Love you, big bits."

Knowing Lloyd's faithful love for Rae Ann, his family will be scattering his and her ashes in a few of their favorite places.


Velma Kelly on Jul 13, 2018

This crew of misfits loved & respected Lloyd.

Jeremy Ward on Jul 5, 2018

Lloyd was one of those rare, amazing people who would reach out and help those most in need when no one else would or could. He was also a very strong person who would stand up to authority when it was warranted. I really admired both of these qualities in Lloyd. I think we all learned something important from him. He is truly missed.

Travel on, brother. May your next journey be as good as this one.

Marissa Ryan on Jun 27, 2018

Rest In Glory Coach. I would like to thank you for all of the effort you put into me. For all of the real raw feedback you gave to me. You showed me how to throw someone under the bus properly. You made sure I was thinking through my decision without having raw emotions, counting to 100 and then doing it again. Talking with your customer or co-worker face to face. Kicking up and kissing down. You were so DOPE even the highest up gave you so much respect. You always stood up and fought, called it like it was, sometimes politically correct sometime just how it needed to be said. You put your family first and made sure to instill in me to never let the job takeover. I was a better PM the day they made you my manager. I feel like there is so much more to say. I hope you are smiling, I hope you are at peace. I was happy when you told me that you finally put the yard back together to Rae Ann’s expectations. I hope you are reunited now. Thank you for being my work dad, thank you for being my mentor, thank you for everything!!!

To Coach’s family. I am so much more than sorry for your loss. Thank you for lending us your dad. Please know we talked about you All daily. He filled with pride and joy talking about you all especially that grand baby. I saw pictures weekly sometimes everyday. We talked about weekends and how he was going to retire and a stay at home grandfather. Thank you Jordan family and thank you Lloyd!

Patrick Dean on Jun 25, 2018

Rest in Peace, Lloyd. I always enjoyed talking with you about our work and personally. Your demeanor and personality made our time enjoyable even when the subject may not have been. I always made sure I would go to visit you at your desk when I was in town to see your smile and to catch up. I feel fortunate to have you call me after I left KC and to see how I was doing. I was so glad to hear from you. I'll miss your smile and laughter.

Be free to rest. Spend time with your loved ones you missed. Smile down on us here and remember that your time here on Earth and with us will not be forgotten. Know that I'll be thinking of you and wishing you safe passage to the next life.

Your friend,

Patrick Dean

Marlon Brown on Jun 18, 2018

Rest Lloyd! I remember when Lloyd joined our team at the County. In the midst of a lot of transition, Lloyd was a breathe of fresh air. Lloyd shared quite a bit with me over the years. Always had a wise word. Lloyd will be missed dearly. To the family, you all are in my prayers.

Dominic Palo on Jun 18, 2018

I enjoyed working with Lloyd for a year and half at King County. I always found him to be delingtful to talk to and to have a great outlook on life. His sense of humor never failed to make me smile, nor his ability to always put matters in perspective! I will miss Lloyd's presence at work, as will many others that enjoyed his company.

Lori DIckneite on Jun 18, 2018

Rest in Peace Lloyd. I think back to the years I worked with you and smile at how frustrated I would get when you wouldn't "just respond to my email" instead coming to my cubicle or calling me. I now realize it was the personal touch, the moment when you forced me to slow down and chat, and I enjoyed it.. You always left me with a smile, you will be missed my friend. Thank you for all those moments...

Jim on Jun 15, 2018

Godspeed Lloyd and thanks for all the great times. It was an honor to work with you. I will forever miss you and will never forget you my friend. Blessings to all those left behind.


Keith Mabry on Jun 15, 2018

Although, I am still in shock, I have very fond memories of working with Lloyd at KCIT. His knowledge of many subjects was truly impressive, but his sense of humor, reassuring demeanor, and kindness is what truly set him apart. He was authentic and down to earth with everyone that i saw him encounter. He mentioned his children with such fond affection, and his eyes would mist whenever he spoke of his beloved wife. On my last day working at KCIT, I thanked him for all that he had done for every kindness that he extended to me both personally and professionally. I hope that his children and grandchild will take comfort in the number of people that he touched, and for the rich legacy he leaves behind.



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