Daniel Leeds Jordan

1990 ∼ 2020

Daniel Leeds Jordan

Daniel Leeds Jordan of Osterville, MA passed away on May 22, 2020 at the age of 29; he struggled with addiction for many years. Daniel was born in Northampton, MA the son of Anne Jordan and Peter Jordan. Daniel is survived by his mother and his sister Molly Davis of Brooklyn, NY. He will be deeply missed by his large, loving extended family. Daniel was homeschooled by his mother Anne and attended Thetford Academy in Vermont. Daniel loved to travel; he lived in Vermont, California, and his wandering spirit spent many happy years in Hawaii--Oahu, Pahoa on the Big Island, and finally Princeville, Kauai. Daniel’s heart’s home was always with his mother Anne, however, and he was always drawn back to Osterville. Over the years Daniel worked off and on where his spirit would take him--landscaping on Cape Cod, farming in California, and odd jobs including volcano relief work in Hawaii. He also worked for a few small local businesses on Cape Cod. Daniel was an avid gamer and created friends all over the world. Danny has been described by family and friends as loving, charming, irresistible, smart, creative, and very very funny.

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Daniel Leeds Jordan

1990 ∼ 2020

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