Pam Jordan

September 23, 1962 - June 4, 2023

Pam Jordan, 60, of Silsbee, died Sunday, June 4, 2023. She was born on September 23, 1962, in Beaumont, to Shirley Marie Bradley Strahan and Donald Ferrell Strahan.

Pam worked as a neonatal ICU nurse and shared her love of animals volunteering as an animal rehabilitator for Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Tommy Jordan; children, Brooks Jordan and his wife, Bonnie, of Beaumont, and Megan Ezell and her husband, Ryan, of Montgomery; grandchildren, Bennett Jordan, Baker Blinn Jordan, Braxton Ezell, Bronson Ezell, Logan Ezell, and (on the way) Emory Jean Ezell; mother, Shirley Strahan of Silsbee; brothers, Randy Strahan and his wife, Melissa, and Gary Strahan and his wife, Shannon, all of Silsbee; dogs, Sterling Grace, Savvy Jo, and Miss Kelly; cat, Kit Kat; turtles, Penny, Sheldon, and Jersey. She is preceded in death by her father.

A gathering of Mrs. Jordan’s family and friends will be from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 6, 2023, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee. Her funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 7, 2023, at Rock’n Dollar Ranch, 11134 Burge Road, Lumberton (dress accordingly as the venue may be warm). Her committal will be held at Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont.

The family welcomes floral offerings, but for those wishing to make memorial contributions please send Wildlife donations to Mike Anderson, 106 Davis Drive, Orange, Texas 77630.


Download Program

Gathering of Family and Friends

Broussard’s Mortuary Silsbee
  • 490, Cemetery Road, Silsbee, Texas, 77656,
  • June 6, 2023
  • 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Funeral Service

Rock’n Dollar Ranch
  • 11134, Burge Road, Lumberton, Texas, 77657,
  • June 7, 2023
  • 10:00 am


Broussard’s Crematorium
  • 5150, Stivers Dr, Beaumont, TX, 77705,

Comments (15)

    Debbie Hollyfield says:

    Tommy, and kids, I was unable to make the service due to being out of town, of all places Crystal Beach. Pam and I had many conversations while working out of this happy place for us both. I met Pam at the age of 14 in the health club. Our friendship grew as we both had competed and understood what it took to endure that journey. We talked about always doing it again….She was always a mentor, and huge influence to me. We shared our love of animals, and I have missed her presence since this turn of events. She loved you all and spoke of your accomplishments in life. She was so proud of her kids, and those grandchildren were tops! She has been missed and will be always.
    I send prayers for healing and deepest sympathy to all of your family and all those she touched in her beautiful life.

    Nan Gore says:

    Sending my sincere condolences. Pam Loving cared for my premature grandson as she did for so many babies always with that beautiful smile. Praying for all the family.

    Cindy Smith says:

    I met Pam the year Megan came to Kindergarten & I was lucky to be her teacher. Pam would walk her in. One morning Megan had been crying. I’m like what happened? Pam said”I made her wear this cowgirl outfit for Texas week & she was more than darling. She was a great student with a great attitude & desire to learn! I loved them both so much!

    John Richards says:

    Tommy, you and your Family are in mine and Christine’s prayers❣️ You and Pam were good together❣️ Just remember your Smile (Pam) will always be with you❣️ I did not know her that well but from what I know her smile will be missed by many❣️ So So sorry for you loss ❣️ We know all too well the pain from loosing a loved one, but soon we will all be reunited in Heaven ❣️

    Sheree and Joe Flowers says:

    Our hearts go out to all of Pam’s family and friends who are grieving her loss. May you find peace, comfort, and strength during this time.
    Pam was an extraordinary woman who will be dearly missed.

    With heartfelt sympathy,
    The Flowers

    Becky Hayles Trippodo says:

    Dearest family, I’m so sad for the loss of one of the most amazing people on this earth. Pam had a beautiful spirit and heart for all God’s creatures and was a blessing to everyone who met her.

    Shirley, my heart goes out to you. I can’t imagine losing one of your children. The only recompense is the knowing that she’s in Heaven with Don, Grandma and Grandpa along with a lot of relatives (including my Mom and Dad). Diane, Debbie, Kitty and I are trying to make arrangements to come on Wednesday. Take care and we will keep you in our prayers!! Love Becky

    Peggy Como Yates says:

    Prayers and heartfelt love go out to your family. May God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand. I know that you will be truly missed by your family and all of your friends. You will not be forgotten, but you will be honored. May you rest in peace.

    Rhonda (Robinson) Collins says:

    Condolences to the Family.
    Class of 1981

    Lynn Barfield Hollister says:

    Tommy, you and your family are in my prayers. Pam was such a sweet person with a beautiful smile who always made people feel welcomed. She had such a heart for kids and animals. She will definitely be missed.

    Linda Kelley Bridges says:

    I remember Pam since she was a little girl at Good Shepherd Baptist Church. Years later she was the school nurse at Lumberton High school. Wherever Pam was , there was laughter. She was always busy with her children, her family and animals. Pam was a modern day Dr Dolittle bringing animals of all kinds back to an active life. She would pack up children, grandchildren, some animals and Tommy in tow and head to the beach. My heartfelt sympathies to her family. She was one of a kind and she is missed dearly. I can imagine that she is surrounded by many animals and children in heaven, along with family members who have gone on before her.

    Ashley Kountz Joines says:

    Pam and family, I love you all so much. She was a wonderful person and I am so grateful to have known her. ❤️

    Jana Wilkerson says:

    Tommy and family, prayers for you all. Pam will be truly missed. Such a beautiful woman, inside and out. May God give you peace and comfort in the days ahead.

    Ryan and Chandal Franger says:

    Sending our love, prayers and condolences.

    Ed and Sonia Cain says:

    Tommy and Family,
    Sonia and I are so saddened by the loss of your sweet Pam. We both have so loved her and I know she will be so missed. Our Lord knows your heart and He knows what you need! Pam loved and lived with such adoration for life, the people she served and her animals, but mostly, very apparently her family. We are praying for y’all and will keep your whole family close in our prayers and hearts. Gods Speed, Ed & Sonia Cain

    Kristin King Winzer and Eric Winzer says:

    Megan, Brooks, and Tommy,
    We are so incredibly sorry for the loss of your sweet mom and wife. She was a force to be reckoned with and her positive spirit inspired me and so many others. I am especially grateful to her for being such a constant, true friend to my mom, Donna, since their childhoods. We talk of your mom often and we always do so with a smile on our faces and several laughs. That will never change! We are here for you guys with anything you may need – just say the word.

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