Ann Jordan

Our beloved mother and grandmother, Ann Jordan, passed away peacefully at her home on July 6, 2022, in Friendswood, Texas. She was born on March 10, 1946, in Lowell, Massachusetts. Ann is survived by her son, Jeremy Jordan and wife Kristine, and granddaughter,
Alexandra Jordan. After moving to Deer Park, Texas in 1982 with her son Jeremy, she began working at the family business. She learned the business from her Uncle Roger, and through years of hard work, would
become an owner of R & J Precision Welding where she was a successful businesswoman known to most as ‘Ms. Ann’. She was a strong woman who fought and survived breast cancer in the mid-90s, and no matter the obstacle in her life, she would always fight to overcome. She had a sharp wit sense of humor. She was selfless, caring, and would be the
first to help anyone in need. She loved and adored her family.

On Thursday, July 14, 2022, the family will greet guests at 6:30 pm followed by a Memorial Service at 7:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home – Chapel, Webster, TX.


  1. We had many good years of laughter, cousin! Road trip from Texas to Mass, back to Texas with Jeremy and Melissa and David. What a crazy trip that was! We always laughed and joked with each other, even though we weren’t able to visit as much! Thank you for taking care of my parents, when I couldn’t. As the memorial states, you were always selfless and caring for others.
    You will always be in my heart!
    Sue & Brad

    Sue Darte
  2. Our deepest condolences to you and the family. Ann was a very giving good person. She was generous to our little family multiple times. Alexandra and Ann had such a tight close bond. We are so grateful for that. She was truly selfless and she will be missed.

    The Atchley’s

    Atchley Family
  3. I will miss Ann’s friendship, sense of humor, her attentive ear, her infectious smile, her clever remarks, her kindheartedness, her compassion for others and just the fact that she was who she was.

    Forever Rest In Peace, my friend.

    RIta Grafelman

    Rita Grafelman
  4. My Nana was an amazing person and i am honored to be her granddaughter and to have been able to spend so much time with such a strong, smart, witty and giving woman. She will always be with me, my father and stepmother.

    Alex J

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