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C. Jordan

In Loving Memory

Jordan, Cathie Suzanne

In Loving Memory of Cathie Suzanne Jordan.

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Cathie Suzanne Jordan, cherished wife, loving daughter, adored sister, devoted mother, beloved grandmother and dear Aunt.

Cathie Suzanne Jordan peacefully departed this life on Wednesday, July 26th, 2023 at 9:26am. Leaving behind a legacy of love and cherished memories that will forever be treasured by her family and friends

Born to Patsy Davis Frazier and Melvin Ballard,  also survived by her step mother Carol Ballard, Cathie Suzanne Jordan brought joy and happiness to their lives from the very beginning. As a daughter, she remained a source of pride and affection, always maintaining a strong bond with her parents throughout the years.

As a wife, Cathie Suzanne Jordan was the heart and soul of her family. She shared a deep and loving bond with her husband, Donald Jordan. Together, they faced life’s challenges with unwavering support for one another, creating a home filled with warmth and love.

Cathie Suzanne Jordan was a loving sister to Cheri Ballard, Greg (Tracey) Ballard, Dave ( Donna) Frazier Jr, Leigh Frazier, Phil (Lisa) Kaiser and Sherri (Tim) Johanns.  The love and camaraderie shared among the siblings were a testament to the strength of their family ties.

As a devoted mother, Cathie Suzanne Jordan embraced the role with grace and tenderness. Her children, Ashli Ecton, Justine (Tyler) Sucher, Erin Jordan and Oscar Meyer, beloved Dog were her pride and joy. She nurtured them with love, instilled in them the values of compassion and kindness, and supported them in all their endeavors. Cathie Suzanne Jordan leaves behind a lasting impact on her children’s lives, a legacy that will be carried forward through the generations.

Cathie loved helping others through her career as a Registered Nurse and works of service as a Heavenly Duster at Immaculate Conception Church.

Cathie Suzanne Jordan also embraced the joy of being a grandmother to Coen Moszer, Orion, Luna & Violet-Rose Ecton, and Lucy and Carter Sucher. Her presence in their lives brought immense happiness, and she reveled in the joys of being a doting grandmother.

During this time of mourning, we also remember the loved ones who preceded Cathie Suzanne Jordan in death, including father-in-law Larry Jordan, dear grandmothers Venie Bennett and Blanche Davis, dear grandchild, Angel Christopher Ecton, and Sandi Sue, cherished dog. May they find eternal peace together.

A visitation service to celebrate Cathie Suzanne Jordan’s life will be held at Kutis Funeral Home on Lemay Ferry Road in St. Louis MO on August 2nd 5:00-8:00pm.   Mass & Funeral Service will be held  on August 3rd at 10:00am at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Arnold, MO.

As we bid farewell to Cathie Suzanne Jordan, we hold dear the memories of her love, laughter, and kindness. She will be deeply missed by all whose lives she touched, but her spirit will forever live on in our hearts.

Rest in peace, dear Cathie Suzanne Jordan.


9 thoughts on “Jordan, Cathie Suzanne”

  1. I will always think of Cathie as that sweet girl who brought joy to my daughter and therefore to me too, Even as an adult and mother herself Cathie still had that playful sweet face. Her kindness and love of life will be remembered and carried on by her family. May God’s love comfort the family.

  2. Cathie was a loving person. She was a dear friend and I will miss her always. She was pretty without makeup. She Loved her “Oscar”! ( her little weiner dog!) I promised Cathie that I would take care of him if anything ever happened to her and I will keep my promise. She has beautiful daughters and grandchildren! I will miss texting and her calling me at all hours of the day and night! LOL. We had a wonderful friendship with our daughters being great friends too!! Rest easy Cathie!! Luv ya always!!

  3. May the knowledge of Cathie’s crossing into a new dimension of infinite joy and abundant love bring comfort to those mourning and suffering in this now. I was honored to have had the privilege of knowing Cathie for the short time I did but am grateful to live on seeing her reflection shine thru Ashli’s life. Cathie’s legacy will carry thru the generations that are now healed & free from the illusions that bound so many into sorrow and suffering. Through her work facing her own trauma, Cathie gave a light for us to follow, up this path of healing and our return to innocence. Shine on Mama Cathie ~ Safe journeys as you return to the Stars from where You were conceived, into Loves Force, of which we were Created. We Love You Eternally & anxiously look forward to Our next embrace.
    ♾️🪽 💙❤️🪽♾️

  4. Cathie had a sickness that took her life but she was a great woman with a good heart. She had a compassionate soul and loved to help others. I had a pleasure of working with her at Festus Manor. I will miss those nightshifts, our late night talks at work or random phone calls in middle of the nights when you took off work and I picked it up 😂 💟you were a good nurse and a good work mom. You truly impacted many people. I know you are with us in spirit. 😇My prayers🙏 go out to her family!🫂

  5. Cathie my dear friend. I missed you when you moved now I will miss you even more. The struggle is over. May GOD keep you protected and at peace until we meet again. In the name of JESUS CHRIST.

  6. A tribute to my beautiful daughter Cathie Suzanne Ballard Jordan born June 9, 1969 in Belleville Illinois. We always used to ask “How do you spell sunshine?” And the answer was C A T H I E.
    Her birth, baptism, graduations, marriage, and the way she made holidays special are joys that I shared and cherish. Flowers of every kind bloomed all over her yard. She adored her dogs Princess, Scaucie, Sandi and Oscar.
    As I reflect on her life, I will hold fast to the memories of her determination and sacrifice to give her children good spiritual training and an excellent education, the dedication in her career as a Registered Nurse, her commitment to family ties….and her steadfast attempts to keep getting back up and trying again.
    She knew that all of her strength and courage came from God thru her Lord Jesus. And that is where she turned in times of trouble. Her grandchildren can listen to the stories of her life and be inspired
    And we can all be assured knowing it is well with her soul and that she is peacefully at rest. I am honored to have been her mother.
    “I’ll be seeing you in all the old familiar places. I will find you in the morning sun and when the night has come, I’ll be looking at the moon….but I’ll be seeing you. “

  7. Cathie was a beautiful soul and sweet neighbor. I only knew her for a short time, but she had so much love to give to everyone around her. I offer my sincere condolences to the family. She will be dearly missed but never ever forgotten. May she find peace as she makes her new home at the right side of the creator.

  8. My sympathy to the family now and in the future. For those of us that worked with her sister Cheri we knew that she was loved and will be missed. Prayers for comfort and peace.

  9. Jesus said… “I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in ME, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. John 11:25, 26. May God’s hope-filed promises bring comfort to your soul and peace to your heart. With heartfelt Sympathy, Lutheran School of Nursing Alumni Association


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