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Mr. Jordan Alexander Fikes

September 19, 1992 ~ February 10, 2019 (age 26)

Adams announces the passing of Mr. Jordan Alexander Fikes, 26, who transitioned on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

A reception will be held beginning 9:00 A.M.,

at the church prior to Mass of Christian Burial.

Adams announces the Mass of Christian Burial of Mr. Jordan Alexander Fikes which will be held 10:00 A.M., Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church located 1003 E. Victory Dr. Pastor: Fr. Brett Brannen, Officiating.

Interment: Greenwich Cemetery located 330 Bonaventure Rd.

Please join the family for The Celebration of Life Gathering which will be held following the interment at 2 Addison Place Pooler, GA 31322.

 

In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to be made so that they may set up a trust account for Jordan's son: https://www.gofundme.com/mr-jordan-alexander-fikes

OBITUARY:

Jordan Alexander Fikes, born at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, MD, began his journey through life on September 19, 1992. He was the oldest child of Jennifer and Kevin Fikes.  Jordan was hard-working, loving and compassionate. He was blessed with two sisters, Kassidy Elizabeth, Yazmine Olivia and a brother, Kholbe Elijah. Jordan was the first grandson and host to many cousins. On December 7, 2018, Jordan became a father to Jayden Amadeus. 

Jordan’s early life included being a militaryArmy “brat” becoming a world traveler. He began his travels in 1995, moving with his family to Seattle, WA. They later traveled to Georgia (1997), Germany (1999), North Carolina (2002) and finally settled in Savannah, GA (2006).

Jordan was educated at Blessed Sacrament Catholic School, Benedictine Military School and graduated from Herschel V. Jenkins in 2011. He served in the U.S. Air Force in 2013 and honorably discharged in 2016. Jordan was proud of his service as was his family. Upon leaving the Air Force, he chose to pursue an alternate career path.  He began an apprenticeship at Brasseler, USA as a machine operator. He always spoke highly of his work and how much he loved working for the company as well as with his colleagues.  He spoke often and looked forward to working on what he called “my machines.”  At this point it was obvious that he had found his calling and wanted to continue this area of expertise to achieve great things.  

Jordan was a very loving Father, Son, Grandson, Brother, Nephew, Cousin and Friend.  He was kindhearted and respected. We thank the Lord for blessing us all for 26 years we had with our Jordan. We will miss his delightful candor and remember all the wonderful times.

Jordan, We Miss You and love you always and forever...

 

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