Monday, October 18, 2010

Remembering Jordan

Jordan's funeral will be held on Thursday October 21 at 2:00pm:
Central Presbyterian Church
70 Maple Street
Summit, NJ 07901


In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:
The Valerie Fund Children's Center at Morristown Memorial Hospital
Goryeb Children's Hospital
Attn: Ann Stocknoff
100 Madison Avenue (#70)
Morristown, NJ 07962


16 comments:

Donna Ludwinski said...

So incredibly heart broken. Praying for you. I am so sorry for your terrible loss. With more love than I could ever express, Donna

Anonymous said...

Kristen & Craig,
I have kept up with your blog since last year and even though I have never met you or Jordan, I love her as if I known her all along. I cannot even count how many times I have prayed for her and for you both and will continue to pray. In the little time she was here on earth she lit up the lives of so many people. Not only the ones she was around but people cities, towns, and states away. What an amazing little girl who now is lighting up the heavens with her smile. I pray for your strength and for your pain to be lifted in this horrible time. With much love,

Erin

Allena said...

Such a sweet picture, her smile is contagious. Thanks for telling us where to donate, I'm sure lots of people will for that sweet angel.

Anonymous said...

Kristen & Craig,

I have been praying for you for a while, may you find comfort in your faith and your memories of sweet Jordan. What a beautiful blessing she must be to y'all. I can not fathom what you must feel, joy for her ultimate healing, sadness for your longing.

I am not sure if you have heard of Natalie Grant, but this song is so beautiful and I hope that it can help you fell as you are being "held" during this difficult time.

(PS) I work for SF with Janet..

Two months is too little
They let him go
They had no sudden healing
To think that providence
Would take a child from his mother
While she prays, is appalling
Who told us we'd be rescued
What has changed and
Why should we be saved from nightmares
Were asking why this happens to us
Who have died to live, it's unfair
This is what it means to be held
How it feels, when the sacred is torn from your life
And you survive
This is what it is to be loved and to know
That the promise was that when everything fell
We'd be held
This hand is bitterness
We want to taste it and
Let the hatred numb our sorrows
The wise hand opens slowly
To lilies of the valley and tomorrow
This is what it means to be held
How it feels, when the sacred is torn from your life
And you survive
This is what it is to be loved and to know
That the promise was that when everything fell
We'd be held
If hope if born of suffering
If this is only the beginning
Can we not wait, for one hour
Watching for our savior
This is what it means to be held
How it feels, when the sacred is torn from your life
And you survive
This is what it is to be loved and to know
That the promise was that when everything fell
We'd be held


**Angela Sadler

Anonymous said...

May your hearts mend and your memories last a lifetime. God bless your beautiful family. Your endurance renews the spirits of many. May Jordan's fight and courage live in the hearts of those she touched.

The Featherstone Family
State Farm Friends of your parents Janet and Phil.

Anonymous said...

Dear Kristen & Craig,
You are in my prayers. I was the person at Novartis that just held the cupcakes for a cause.
For whatever reason I have delayed sending in the money to CancerCare for Kids. Well now I know.. I am sending all the monies which is over $3700. in Memory of your sweet Jordan, in hopes that others may live.
God Bless you both.
With tears,
Linda Copeland
Did you know that Jordon was born on St. Nicholas day? HE is the patron saint of children. I know she is sitting on his lap right now.

Mara Stiles said...

Thinking about you so much. Would you like me to let the caring families on the neuroblastoma listserv know.
just let me know via email mara.stiles@novartis.com or mstiles1@optonline.net and will send message to them if you would like.

Anonymous said...

No words will heal your hearts but please try to find comfort in the tears from strangers that fall because of your loss.

Nancy Hooper said...

I have been praying for Jordan & your family for many months. My heart broke with the news that she is gone. May the courage that she showed in her life give you peace in this sad time.

Kelly Ratliff said...

Your sweet Jordan will always be remembered. Sending my sympathies. I am so sorry for the loss of your darling angel.
Kelly Ratliff (n-blast)

Bassam said...

We will keep you in our prayers. With deepest sympathy
Bassam and Mayssa Hattar

Barb and Dan Zora said...

Dear Kristen and Craig,
We have followed your blog also for the last year. We are friends of your parents, Kristen, and Jordan has been in our prayers during this long journey of yours. May God bless you and your family during this difficult time. Know that people of our church at Good Shephard in Cedar Park, have kept you in our prayers.
Sincerely,
Barb and Dan Zora

Denise said...

Craig & Kristen,


I wish I had words that could comfort you - all I can offer is thoughts and prayers to the entire family - on behalf of my entire family. We are a NB family as well - Steven is 22 yrs old.

Anonymous said...

Dear Kristen and Craig,
My heart breaks for you and the loss of your beautiful daughter, Jordan. I've never posted on your site and I've never met any of you in person, but please know that our family is praying for strength for your family during the very difficult time. May He heal your heart and provide you comfort.

In faith,

Andrea & Will

Anonymous said...

Dear Plauschinat Family

I stumbled across your profoundly sad but inspirational blog after hearing that a close friend's almost 3 year old has just been diagnosed with cancer - probably neuroblastoma. My heart goes out to you and to them, and I truly hope you can find strength knowing that while precious Jordan was in your lives for just a short time, your lives are forever enriched. With love from TT in Melbourne, Australia.

Laura said...

I just clicked on your blog after your thoughtful comment on mine. I just wanted to say, well, I don't even know what to say. There are no words. I'm so sorry. Sending huge hugs.