Deborah E. Jordan, quietly journeyed away to God on November 15, 2018. She left this world from Sentara Leigh Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She formally resided in the Greenbrier Community.
Deborah was a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School. After attending Norfolk State University, she accepted a position with NORSHIPCO, where she worked in the Human Resource
Office. She also worked at Sentara Norfolk General, in the Pathology Department, until she retired in 2017. She was honored by having a handicap ramp name after her. Deborah evangelized at different churches in the community whenever she could.
She was predeceased by her father, Joseph Jordan; her mother, Ida Mae Jordan Diggs; one brother, Ronnie Jordan; two nephews, Jonathan Jordan and Adrian Jordan and one great-nephew, De’Alo V.
Pearson, and one sister-in law, Sarah Jordan Savage. Deborah passed her faith, hope, and love on to her remaining five sisters: Diane Jordan of New York, New York; Bathsheba Jordan Pearson Johnson (George) of Dumfries Virginia; LaVerne Jordan Wilson and Teresa Jordan Burston Burnham (Anthony) of Norfolk, Virginia; and Vickie Jordan Brown Roulhac (Earl) of Chesapeake, Virginia; four brothers: Joseph Savage Jordan and Carl Jordan (Yvonne) of Norfolk, Virginia; Barry G. Jordan (Gloria) of Chesapeake, Virginia; and Micah D. Jordan; three aunts: Edna Savage Butler of Suffolk, Virginia; Marie Savage Williams of Portsmouth, Virginia; and Marion Savage Knights of Gates, North, Carolina; two uncles: Bishop John R. Savage of Chesapeake, Virginia And Pastor of Healing Temple Church, Portsmouth, Virginia; and Elder Wesley Savage of Newark, New Jersey, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.