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Jordan Adam Salazar
March 20, 1982 - April 9, 2020
Our Beloved Son, Brother, Grandson, Father, Uncle, Nephew and Cousin passed away on April 9, 2020. Born March 20, 1982 to Leo and Dawn Salazar.
Jordan was the youngest of five children, Leo, Rainey, Tommy and Anthony. Later became an older brother to Tiffany. Jordan loved and cherished each one of his brothers and sisters. Jordan also had three step brothers, Jacob, Nathan and Larry.
Jordan married Jackie Cox in 2004 and later divorced in 2013. They had three beautiful children, Zenaida, Caliana, and Jordan Jr., which are his greatest accomplishments. Then he was blessed with his Daughter Ophelia. Jordan loved his children with all his heart.
Jordan loved playing baseball at a very young age and wrestling with his brothers and cousins. He also loved camping and fishing. He played basketball and enjoyed playing softball games with his nephew TJ. He enjoyed family get togethers at the park playing a game of softball or just spending time together. The Denver Broncos were his favorite NFL team, thanks to Patrick Lujan.
Jordan cherished his special bond that he had with his Uncle Pat and was the best caretaker for him. Jordan worked in HVAC for years following in his big brothers foot steps. Jordan’s smile and personality lit up the room. “He was the life of the party”. Jordan is proceeded in death by his Grandparents Pete and Dora Salazar. His Grams and Gramps Naomi and Newt Isaacson.
Jordan is survived by his Children, daughter Zenaida, daughter Caliana, son Jordan Jr. and daughter Ophelia. Father, Leo (Ann) Salazar, Mother, Dawn Salazar, Brothers, Leo Jr. (Belia) Salazar, Tommy Salazar, Anthony Salazar. Sisters, Rainey (Jayson) Clark, Tiffany (Chris) Blue. Step brothers, Jacob (Georgia) Vallejos, Nathan (Jordan) Rodriguez, Larry (April) Rodriguez. Stepfather, Patrick Lujan and many Uncles, Aunts, Nieces, Nephews and Cousins.
Jordan was loved by many and will be missed by all.
A private viewing will be held. Final resting place will be at the Pleasant Green Cemetery, Magna.
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