Tracy Alfred Jordan

October 6, 1954 — January 16, 2014

Tracy Alfred Jordan

Tracy Alfred Jordan was a beloved son, husband, father, brother, grandpa, and uncle, that left us to join his Heavenly Father on January 16th 2014 free of all pain.
He was born October 06, 1954 to Walter Phillip Jordan and Portia Jordan in Phoenix AZ. He graduated from Kingman High School (Kingman Az) in 1972. In 1975 he enlisted in the Us Navy, he served his country with much pride. In 1977 he returned to Phoenix to study at ASU, and remain a Native of Arizona. On January 2,1988 he married his best friend Colleen Murphy where together they have shared their love for Labrador s in raising and breeding outstanding champion lines. Truth is if it had four legs and barked it was a match.
Tracy was beyond an a avid sports fan and season ticket holder to the D-backs since the doors opened at Chase Field. He loved all sports and could give you stats from any given game, and was the creator of the weekly football and baseball pool with friends and family.
Tracy was the oldest brother of Wade Jordan, of Arizona, Jane (David) Breshears, of Alaska and Brad Jordan which was waiting in Heaven along with Portia to greet him. Each one of them could share hours of stories of laughter they shared with him. Tracy has a daughter Stacey (Jim) Gastineau, with Corytha Jackson his first wife. He has three grandchildren Corytha Gastineau, Sashlyn Gastineau, and Lanndon Gastineau. Tracy was a loved uncle and great uncle many times. He was a devoted friend liked by many, and gave much to his friendship.

A small service and open forum will be Thursday January 23rd at 11am graveside at National Veterans Cemetery located Cave Creek and the loop 101.

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