Charles Edward Jordan

December 17, 1934 - May 9, 2020

Charles Edward Jordan, 85, of Beaumont, died Saturday, May 9, 2020. He was born on December 17, 1934, in Port Arthur, to RV Wilson Jordan and Charles Cay Jordan.

Charlie grew up in Port Arthur, Texas and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1954. He worked at area plants including Texaco, DuPont, and ICIA, retiring in 1996. Charlie was very proud of his service in the Army National Guard, from which he retired an ISG. Charlie had a great love of music and sports. He enjoyed playing and singing country and gospel music with friends and family. He coached baseball in Nederland and even played 1st base on an over 30 league at the age of fifty-three. He loved basketball even more, playing until the age of forty-five. He was known to many as “Church League Charlie”. His spare time activities included playing golf, fishing, making furniture, reading westerns, and attending special events with his grandchildren.

Survivors include his wife, Kay Jordan, of Beaumont; sons, Jeffery Jordan and his wife, Jennifer, of Austin, and Brian “Peanut” Jordan and his fiancée, Tracy Sheffield Blair, of Georgetown; stepchildren, Kathy McDuffie and her husband, Dwight, of Roundrock; Sheryl Tate and her husband, Theron, of Nederland; and Stephen Lowry, of Beaumont; grandchildren, Julie; Jenna; Brianna; and Jessica Jordan; Trevor Peterson; Madison and Keegan McDuffie; Tyler and his wife, Keather; and Jeré Tate.

He is preceded in death by his parents; six siblings; son, Kevin Jordan; and grandson, Tanner Tate.

Mr. Jordan’s memorial service will be 2:00 p.m., Saturday, May 16, 2020, at Cowboy Church on the Rock, 13803 Highway 90, Beaumont.

A family committal for Mr. Jordan was held at Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Myelodysplastic Syndromes Foundation, 4573 South Broad Street, Suite 150, Yardville, NJ 08620; or to Alzheimer’s Association, 700 North Street STE M, Beaumont, TX 77701.


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Memorial Service

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  • 05/16/2020
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Sharon Kozlowski

Will always remember his love of country music and his love of dance with Kay.. Sending our condolences. Sharon & Don Kozlowski

Ronnie and Zella Richard

Kay, sorry for your loss. Zella and I will keep you and your family in our prayers. Will miss him and his black hat at Mckenzies.

Lisa judice

Kay, so sorry to hear this. He always had a smile for everyone and was a true gentleman!! I’m sure he is waltzing in Heaven!!!

Billie Matherson

Loved seeing you two dancing at the Pine Tree Lodge. You took such good care of him. Will remember Charlie in my prayers. Billie Matherson

Peggy and Monroe Foreman

Kay we are so sorry to hear about Mr Charlie! You are in our thoughts and prayers! We will miss seeing him at McKenzies!

Nancy Godley

So sorry to hear about charley. Enjoyed working with you at St Mary's and always loved seeing y'all at the Christmas parties. Will be praying for you❤️

Aline Holland,


Bobbie Ford

Kay, sorry for your loss. Will be praying for you and your family. Have great memories from get togethers from St. Mary. RIP Charlie

Denise Shackelford

So sorry to hear we lost such a wonderful man .. prayers for his family and friends.He will be greatly missed by all who knew him

Bob & Rose Pace

We are very sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed visiting with Charlie & watching him dance @ Mackenzies.

Charlotte Stephens

Kay, I just learned from Sharon about your husband's passing. My heartfelt prayers go out to you and your family . Cindy Stephens

Deborah Robison

Prayers and sympathy to you Kay and family during this time. John and Debbie