Jessica Anne Jordan


Jessie's Tale

Jessica Anne Jordan passed away suddenly on Monday, October 29th.  She is survived by her parents, Brian (Tracey) Jordan and Emily Jordan, along with her younger sister, Sara Jordan; grandparents Chad and June Bolender, and Bill Jordan;  Uncles Doug Jordan, Scott Cissna and Steve Bolender: Aunts Sara (Kevin) Bolender, Tina Jordan and Caryn Cissna, and many cousins.  Jessie touched many lives in her short 26 years on earth.

Jessica has always been a part of the Bothell community.  She attended Frank Love Elementary, participated in drill team, and played recreational soccer before graduating from Bothell High School.  She then went on to pursue a nursing degree at Seattle Pacific University, graduating with honors.

In her time at college, Jessie had the opportunity to volunteer in Guatemala helping the less fortunate.  During this time, she got a tattoo honoring her grandparents:  William and Wendy Jordan, and Chad and June Bolender.  She was able to travel for nursing again when she worked at an orphanage in South Africa.  Through nursing, Jessie was able to change lives all over the world.  She continued working with children at Nursing Evolutions until she settled into her position as the school nurse for the Sorenson Early Childhood Center.  She was passionate about helping children and spent her entire nursing career dedicated to doing so.  

Jessie spent her whole life making sure everyone was happy.  She made sure everyone else was taken care of before she attended to her own needs.  Her kindness was noticed by friends, family, patients and so many others.  She loved Harry Potter, and the times spent in Harry Potter World at Disneyland and Disney world were some of the happiest of her life.

One charitable cause Jessie was passionate about is the Helping Hands Program at Sorenson Early Childhood Center.  This program provides resources to families who need a little extra help.  Those who wish to contribute may do so through the GoFundMe page set up by the PTA. .

Please remember Jessie as she was - a fantastic, giving person who made this world a better place.  She will be deeply missed.