Lennie Lucille Jordan passed away on Friday, July 24, 2015 in League City, Texas at the age of 92. She was born on December 8, 1923 in Lone Grove, Texas to Luther and Maude Nobles. Lennie was a life-long member of the Church of Christ, a very strong military wife who took on the role of Mother and Father many times during Willards’ service overseas. One of her greatest pleasures in life was to work in the yard and to grow beautiful flowers. Although she is well remembered for her strength of character, she is also lovingly remembered by those who knew her best for her extremely infectious sense of humor. She gave joy to everyone with her witticisms and could always lighten even the darkest days with the sound of laughter and the spirit of encouragement. Lennie was an incredible role model and instilled in all of her children and grandchildren a strong sense that the family unit is the cornerstone of building Christian Values and that we all must be willing to make sacrifices in order to be of service to others which was a lesson carried forward from her childhood. She was the glue which held the family together after the death Willard and all of her children feel that Lennie is the epitome of what represents a true hero. She was preceded in death by Willard, her beloved husband of 63 years, son Dalton Morris, sisters Ellen McCall, Bessie Taylor, Ruth Curd, and brothers Leslie Nobles and Franklin Nobles. Lennie is survived by her daughters Vickie Allday Wescott, Vena Elaine Rackley, Rosemary Acosta, sons Willard “Bo” Jordan, Warren “Red” Jordan, Johnnie Jordan, twenty three grandchildren and fifty great-grandchildren. A Grave Side Ceremony will take place on Monday, July 27, 2015 at 4:00pm at Bluffton Cemetery in Bluffton, Texas. In lieu of flowers, you may send memorials to Llano Church of Christ, 402 West Main Street, Llano, Texas 78643.