- October 1, 1960 - October 22, 2012
- Sherborn, Massachusetts
of Fred 's Passing
- In lieu of flowers donations may be made to World Vision, P.O. Box 9716, Federal Way, WA 98063-9716 or Dover Sherborn Boosters, P.O. Box 1268, Sherborn, MA 01770.
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Memories & Candles
I became a friend of Fred's when we worked together at GE in Vermont. I just learned of his passing and am in shock. He was the best of us. I admired his wit, charm, and compassion. I can't believe he is gone. What a loss. My belated sympathies to his family. There are no words.....
Posted by: Rick Bennett - Friend Jul 06, 2015
I was cleaning out my desk today when I found Fred's phone number. I worked with Fred for 2 years from 1983-1985 at General Electric in Lynn, MA before he left to go to Tuck. We were close friends during that time and we both pondered our futures together and he decided to pursue an MBA and I left to go to law school. I was about to call him when I decided to google him and I learned of
Posted by: Alan Schwartz - New York, NY - Friend Jan 29, 2014
Fred's Dad was my homeroom and Chemistry Teacher. I always admired Fred as an all around well adapted person. After reading all the comments, it seems like Fred was very active in helping others. I just found out recently about his passing and I want to reach out to all affected.
Posted by: Jamie Sarkisian - Weston, MA - high school classmate Nov 17, 2013
Leave a condolence or a memory.I was so sad to learn about the passing of Fred.My deepest heartfelt condolences to Jen & kids.
Posted by: Julie house - Franklin, MA Sep 06, 2013
Just recently I learned of Fred's passing,I remember him from the play Dracula Baby and seeing him in passing in the hallway and sharing the locker next to me in junior high school. I remember an extremely talented and gifted young man. And I am deeply saddened by his loss and send my heartfelt condolences to his family.
Posted by: Steve Castelline - Collinsville, AL - High School classmate Aug 22, 2013
Fred was a senior at Amherst College when I was a mere freshman, but I remember him vividly when I joined the Amherst Glee Club. He had a deep resonate voice, a good sense of humor and was a born leader. He was welcoming to everyone and just struck me as someone that you should emulate and aspire to be like. He had an enthusiasm and zest for life. Reading all of these touching notes, I can see that he
Posted by: Ron Minionis - Annandale, VA - Amherst College Schoolmate '85 Jun 08, 2013
I haven't seen Fred Jordan in at least 16 years. He was one of my bosses at the Forum Corporation. I just recently learned of his death - I was so shocked and so very sad as I know are so many of his friends and of course his family. I remember him to be so boistrous, full of life, funny, handsome, a real family man. I also remember he and I butt heads a little bit at the beginning
Posted by: Ali Cornfeldt - Fairfield, CT - Work friend May 21, 2013
I am not certain why today I decided to go back and read the memories that so many wrote about fred. Ironically it is 6 months to the day of Fred's death, I had no idea. When you are caught up with the moment many may not take the time to read everything. For the past 45 minutes I have and it has been an enjoyable and amazing 45 minutes. The number of peole Fred influenced is remarkable. I only
Posted by: Nat Reeder - Nantucket Telluride Weston - Friend Mar 23, 2013
I learned today of your brother's death. I am so very very sorry. Lots of love to you and all your family, love Jon and Kris (Sauser) Thomas
Posted by: Kris Thomas - VT - Friend of Johns. Mar 07, 2013
Mr. Jordan was my fourth grade teacher, he was the best by far, I still miss him.
Posted by: A friend Feb 10, 2013