Kimberly Joy Jordan

Born: Wed., Feb. 6, 1985
Died: Thu., Mar. 29, 2018


4:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Sun., Apr. 01, 2018
Location: Ronan Community Center

Funeral Service

10:00 AM Mon., Apr. 02, 2018
Location: Terrace Lake Community Church

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Kimberly Joy Isaac Jordan was born on February 6, 1985, to Garry and Joanne Isaac in Ste Anne, Manitoba. She peacefully slipped away on March 29, 2018, at home, with her family by her side, at the age of 33.


Kimberly moved with her parents from Rosenort, Manitoba, to the Annapolis Valley Congregation in Nova Scotia in 1992 at the age of seven. She finished her school years there and at the age of 14 she was converted and gave her heart to the Lord. She was baptized into the Church of God in Christ Mennonite by Min. Les Goossen on March 14, 1999; she was faithful to the Lord until the end. On June 27, 2004, Kimberly was united in marriage with Travis Jordan. They lived at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, for their first five years of married life. They relocated to Ronan, Montana, with children Macy and two week old Chase, in February of 2009, to continue the electrical work of a family serving a mission term. In 2011, they decided to make Ronan their permanent home. They shared their joys and sorrows together for a brief 14 years. Just over a year after their third child, Addyson was born, Kim learned she had adrenal cancer. Over the next four years, she fought a valiant battle against the cancer with various treatments involving travel to different cancer centers. With strength from God and the prayers and support of her husband, family and friends she pressed on and was an inspiration to all. After Kim’s many earthly goodbyes, she would wait by the window and wave until they were clear out of sight. As the end of her journey drew near, the family said their goodbyes and “waved from the window” as she slipped away.

She enjoyed flowers and birds, spontaneous travel, and family and friends. Loyalty was another of her characteristics. She had a way of giving pointed advice with a touch of sarcasm that we appreciated.

Left to cherish her memories are her husband Travis, three children: Macy, age 12, Chase, age 9 and Addyson, age 5; her parents Garry and Joanne Isaac, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; siblings: Cynthia and Hank Wohlgemuth; Ryan and Ella; Carollee and Jared Friesen all of Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; and Missy and Karsten Penner, Greenland, Manitoba; mother-in-law Barb Chandler, Bonners Ferry, Idaho; father-in-law Don and Kathy Jordan, Naples, Idaho.

A visitation for Kimberly will be on Sunday, April 1, 2018 at the Ronan Community Center from 4:00 P.M until 9:00 PM. Funeral services are planned at 10am, Monday, April 2, 2018 at Terrace Lake Community Church in Ronan.

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Julie Brantley
   Posted Sat March 31, 2018
I am so sorry to read of this death - I have a daughter close to her age...
How reassuring to know there are precious reunions that await us in Heaven.
I am so sorry for her children and her husband's heartache.
From the other side of the mountains,
Julie Brantley in Choteau

Janette Rosman
   Posted Sat March 31, 2018
What an honor to have been a small part of Kimberly's life. She was a strong witness to those around her in a very gentle way, Sharing God's purpose for us as we travel thru our earthly journey. My visit with her this past week I witness total Peace in her home, with her entire family. It was a moment of Grace for me and a testament to Kimberly's strong belief in God himself. John 3:16.

Linda Young
   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
I work at Harvest Foods, and I met Kimberly, her adoring husband, and her beautiful children in that capacity. The best part of my job is the people I encounter, and Kimberly always brightened my day. I will remember forever her beauty, her grace, and her radiant smile. Even in the limited way I was allowed to know her, I knew her to be loving, caring, and giving. I will always remember her, but my days will be diminished by her absence. My heart goes out to her family.

   Posted Sun April 01, 2018
Kimberly was blessed to have such a loving family. She loved each of you so much. Wanted you to remember her through all the good that she was.
I was blessed to have know her for just the few years she lived in Ronan. I hope there are donuts at her celebration. She would talk about treating herself and grin. Love to you all. Goodbye until we meet again. Nurse Ginny

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