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Feb. 3, 2001 – Aug. 22, 2021
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Jordan “Jo” Nicole Reich passed away peacefully in San Francisco on August 22, 2021 after a courageous battle with leukemia. Jordan was born on February 3, 2001 in Modesto, California to David and Donna Reich. Jordan attended and graduated from Ripon High School, class of 2018 and was a proud student at Lower Columbia College in Longview, Washington.
Since Jordan was a young girl, she loved animals. She showed swine for FFA during high school and was an aspiring veterinarian technician. She loved to work and keep herself busy. She was a huge Giants fan and would go watch games as much as possible and cheer on her favorite player Buster Posey. She enjoyed all music and playing the guitar; there wasn’t a song on the radio she didn’t know by heart that she would sing the entire way through. Jordan was a caretaker and always searching for ways to help others. Her smile was infectious and her spirit was irreplaceable. Above all else, Jordan loved her family and Jesus. Jordan’s unbreakable friendship with her mom and sisters, is one that will be treasured forever. Her love for her nieces and nephews was unconditional and a truly special bond that her entire family will cherish forever. Jordan had the ability to see the good in others everywhere she went, her light will be missed by her entire family and all her friends.
Jordan leaves behind her parents, David and Donna Reich, her grandparents, Joe and Margaret Finazzo and Larry and Helen Reich, her siblings, Jennifer and Chris Henry and Jessica and Joel McWhirter and her nieces and nephews, Kinsley, Kyndall and Kayson Henry and Jace, Jett and Joey McWhirter along with all of her extended family. Jordan also leaves behind her faithful friend and loving companion, Paisley-Mae, Jordan’s golden retriever.
A celebration of life service is scheduled for September 10, 2021 at 10:30 a.m., at Crossroads Grace Community Church, 1505 Moffat Blvd., Manteca, CA.
The Escalon Times

Sept. 8, 2021