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Information for F. Warren Jordan

5 April, 1943 - 23 September, 1976

From The Idaho Press-Tribune

25 September, 1976
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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F. Warren Jordan
Mary E. Jordan
Ferrell Jordan

    SWEET - Services for F. Warren Jordan, 33, his wife, Mary Elaine Jordan, 31, and their son, Ferrell, 1 year, who died Thursday in a truck accident on Highway 52 north of Emmett, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at Beatty-Potter Chapel by Bishop Charles Weber, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Interment will be in Middleton Cemetery.
    Mr. Jordan was born April 5, 1943, in Caldwell, and moved to Emmett in 1955.  He married Mary Elaine Stevens Aug. 1, 1960.  They moved to Middleton in 1961 and returned to Emmett for a short time.  In 1962 they moved to Caldwell.  They moved to Sweet in 1968.  He was employed by the Don Heffner Dairy.
    Surviving are his father, Ferrell F., Emmett; his mother, Lucille Yowell, Middleton; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Jordan, Emmett, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Teichert, Middleton; five daughters, Shauna Elaine, Shelly Rochelle, Sharlena Pearl, Katie Lucille and Lee Ann, all of Sweet; a brother, Kennly Bruce, Boise, and a sister, Vickie Jean Grant, Emmett.
    Mrs. Jordan was born June 21, 1945, in Council, and moved with her parents to Weiser in 1947, and later to Ironside, Ore., in 1948.  In 1949 she moved to Caldwell, and a year later to Middleton.  She was a member of the LDS Church.
    Surviving are five daughters; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mill Willard, H. Stevens, Middleton; a grandmother, Mary M. Stevens, Nampa; four brothers, Larry, Grace, and Allen, Jerry and William Stevens, all of Middleton, and two sisters, June and Carla Stevens, both Middleton.
    Ferrell was born April 1, 1975, in Boise.

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