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Harweda Bruce Jordan

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November 7, 1947 - November 25, 2018

Harweda Bruce Jordan was born in Lubbock on Friday, November 7, 1947. He left this earth on Saturday, November 25, 2018, peacefully, in his sleep, in Tuscola, Texas. Harweda was raised on a farm in Ropesville, Texas, graduated from Abilene High School and answered a call to the ministry in 1965 when he joined Whitey Gleason and the Jubilee Quartet. He traveled with the quartet for five years when he felt called to branch out on his own in ministry. His brother Jerry and his wife Marilyn, joined Harweda in ministry, and together, they became the Jordan Evengelistic Association when Harweda married Colleen Roach in 1971. Together, they traveled the continental United States sharing their testimonies of healing and the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Harweda also lived in Taos, New Mexico and brought his talent as a promising artist to light. He was in the Abilene area working on plans to launch his website and introduce his art to the world when God called him away. He is survived by his sons Dominic and Peter Jordan - Peter’s wife Rebekah, and grandchildren - Genesis, Azariah, Zion, Zaran and his daughter-in-law Devon Craddock and grandson - True Jordan. He is also survived by his brother and sister-in-law Jerry and Marilyn Jordan, nieces - Nicole and J’Brenta and by “the love of his life” Shannon Colleen and mother-in-law - Scotti Burns. Preceding him in death are his father and mother - Clarence and Melba Jordan, and his sons - Simon Dimitri and Sabian Giovanni (True’s daddy). We can only imagine the homecoming he had! It is with heavy hearts we say goodbye to Harweda. He had such a closeness with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He talked with such passion about God’s love and about the revelation he was experiencing on his journey. His dedication to God and family was the motivating factor in his life. Two services will be held for Harweda. One on Wednesday, November 28 at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church, Tuscola and another on Thursday, November 29 at Paseo Church in El Paso, Texas at 6 p.m. Interment will follow in Santa Teresa, New Mexico at Memorial Gardens on Friday morning, November 30 at 9:30 a m