John Allan Jordan (aka John Jordan and JJ)

John passed away suddenly on December 26, 2020, of Heart Disease. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and moved to Canada in 1979. He leaves to remember him, his mother Ann, father Roland and sister Jackie, many Aunts, Uncles and cousins in Scotland and Northern England, and all friends in Edmonton, and many online. Greatly missed, R.I.P JOHN

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Aunty Janet

Thinking of you today John on your birthday..Happy heavenly birthday.
Gone but will never be forgotten

Diane & Robert

Memories Are A Golden Chain That Bind Us Till We Meet Again

Portobello, Heathryfold, Wester Hailes, Summerland, Okanagan, Banff, Aviemore and many more.


John you overcame a lot: meningitis when you were young, where it was a 40/60% chance of survival, hypothermia after a Rod Stewart concert, but luckily you were located off the main area, Rhabdomyolysis, a perforated appendix, pneumonia, and COVID, but we did not know about the blocked arteries and heart disease that took you from us so suddenly. R.I.P and say hello to Nana and Grandad, while you create havoc with David.


So sad to hear this news. I remember the fun times in Aviemore fondly an some of your stories about the hockey an the Stanley Cups. Rest in peace cousin x

Auntie Helen Miller

When you moved away time changed your clock
But you always remembered the wee ‘inkydoc’
You have left us, but your heart stayed near,
We will always remember and keep you right here
( in our hearts)
Miles from Scotland, it did not matter
Our memories live on so will your patter
How far you have travelled that may be a lot
You always were proud of being a SCOT.

Janet Walker

Our hearts still aches in sadness,
And secret tears still flow,
What it ment to loss you ,
No one will ever know.

Rosemary Moffat

Gone, but not forgotten. You are at peace now. Till we meet again John. Love from Auntie Rosemary and family xxx

Jackie Jordan

You went away so suddenly, we did not say goodbye, even though I cannot see you anymore, my precious memories will never die. RIP John