As a coach, teacher and inspirational speaker for children, Jordan has always looked at life with the glass half full. While he, his wife and his daughter struggled through their son’s challenges with the disease of addiction, that outlook was certainly tested. Throughout their family’s 10 year journey to help him break free from the grips of opiates, he never gave up hope and always had faith that things would work out according to God’s will.
In May of 2016, after winning so many little battles to get clean, his son lost the war and was taken from him. As the family struggled with this tragic loss, Jordan remained determined to find a higher purpose as a means of making his sons life (and death) relevant while keeping his beautiful spirit and energy alive in the best way he knows how.
While pain from the loss of a child is truly unfathomable, Jordan somehow finds a way to be grateful for the time he had with his son while leaving us with hope and an appreciation for what is now and what can be in the future.