Elizabeth “Lizzie” (George) Jordan, 65, of Aliquippa, died unexpectedly on August 6, 2022 at Heritage Valley Sewickley after a brief illness and was reunited with her beloved husband.
Born April 22, 1957 in Sewickley, she was the daughter of the late John Arthur George, Jr. and the late Anna (Hostovichak) George. Lizzie has spent most of her adult life loving and caring for her family. For several years, she was a pierogi lady volunteer alongside her mother at St. George’s Byzantine Catholic Church in Aliquippa. She was a member of several West Virginia genealogical societies where she voluntarily spent many hours researching to help people find their loved ones. She loved puzzles, collecting antiques, genealogy, sitting with her beloved dogs and watching her favorite old TV shows, sewing, gardening and making everyone smile with her delicious cooking and baking; pirohy, holubky, meatloaf, scalloped potatoes and carrot cakes being his specialties. She was a Catholic by faith. Lizzie had a kind, gentle spirit and an incredible sense of humor.
The survivors are a daughter, Jessica Marie Jordan, and her partner, Joseph Demko, Eastvale; a son, Aaron Jordan and his partner, Deborah Klodowski; two sisters, Kathy (George) Jezewski (Michael), of Ohio and Deborah George (Paul Branchetti), Aliquippa; one brother, J. Carl George (Janet), economics; one sister-in-law, Donna (Jordan) Brehm (Greg), Hopewell Township; two brothers-in-law, Donald “Jake” Jordan and Scott Jordan, both of Aliquippa; two aunts, Ann “Cissy” Nutter, Brunswick, Ohio and Barb Smith (Frank), economics; an uncle, William George, Midland; special nephews, Daniel Kovolenko, John Jordan, James Jordan and Liam Downing; special friends, Ken Villella (Becky), Ambridge; Jose Angel Herrera (Ashley), their son, Roman Herrera (for whom she loved being “Baba”); Dr. Vernon Lovasik (Darlene); his dogs, Otis and Asa; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Besides her parents, on October 21, 2020, she was predeceased by her beloved husband, Clark Allen Jordan, whom she married on October 19, 1977; his father and stepmother, Edward Donald Jordan and Marjorie Hicks Jordan; a sister-in-law, Elizabeth “Betsy” Parada; and a niece, Charlissa Parada Dinco.
Per his wishes, all arrangements will be private and there will be no viewing. Funeral arrangements were taken care of by Darroch Funeral Home, Aliquippa.
“Mom, you were always selfless and made sacrifices for us. You took great care of all of us. We will always love and miss you. Now your tired hands can finally rest.
Posted on August 08, 2022
Published in Ellwood City Ledger, The Beaver County Times