Jordan lived in Elyria, attended Midview High High School in Grafton, as well as John Marshall High School in Cleveland. He planned to get his GED and go to college. You could always find him at the gym participating in sports, and joking around with his brother, Matt, and friends. He was active in football at Midview and John Marshall, competed in baseball at Elyria East, and track and basketball at Midview. A smile was his best attire with an optimistic outlook to match.
Jordan leaves behind many touching memories to be cherished by, two loving mothers, Satina Green and Danetta Briggs; his father, David Briggs; 11 brothers and sisters, Orlesia Williams, Anthony J. Williams, Cory Patfield-Briggs, Amber Williams, Caitlin Briggs, Nicole Briggs, Matt Briggs, Erica Briggs, Ashlee Briggs, Hope Williams and Mikayla Briggs; nine nieces and nephews; grandparents, Patricia Green-Minor, James and Barbara Williams and Mary Briggs; great grandparents, Farie Mae Beach and Beverly Gummer; along with a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Jordan was preceded in death by his brother, Kenneth A. Green; grandfathers, Ernest Hardaway, Heber Briggs and Dale Gummer.