In Memory of

Obituary for Jordan Gahan

GAHAN, JORDAN PAUL - It is with deepest sorrow the family of Jordan Paul Gahan announces his sudden passing in Fire Bag, Alberta. He was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick on October 23, 1992. Survived and never to be forgotten by girlfriend, Natasha Rousselle; parents, Paul and Leica (Avery) Gahan; brothers, Jonathan, Joshua and Joel; paternal grandmothers, Gladys Gahan and Bernice King; maternal grandparents, Elizabeth and Leroy Davenport; several loving aunts, uncles, cousins; best friend, Travis Gahan; as well as extended family and friends. He was prdeceased by grandfathers, Ronald Avery and Ranald Gahan and great grandmother, Vera Cunningham. Jordan will be remembered as a bright eyed busy little boy that had grown into an honest, hardworking ambitious young man. As a young boy Jordan loved to fish. He has many life long friends which is a testament to the wonderful man he was destined to be. Jordan's passion in life was racing, a sport he initially got involved in by helping and being mentored by his father. Jordan was Pro Stock Rookie of the year at Speedway 660 in 2010, his first year ever in a race car. He also attended Race 101 School in North Carolina with much promise for a long future in the sport he loved. In his 21 years here on earth, life with family was lived to the fullest with many memories made, family boating, snowmobiling and racing trips together. There were many memories made to treasure forever. Jordan will be deeply missed by his family, and those he made friends with along the way. Visitation will take place at York Funeral Home, 302 Brookside Drive on Friday, March 21, 2014 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. A Funeral Service will take place at Journey Wesleyan Church, 131 Duncan Lane on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 2 pm with Rev. Richard Bragdon and Rev. Peter Thomas officiating. The pallbearers honouring Jordan's memory are Colby Dewitt, Brent Roy, Shawn Tucker, Travis Gahan, Chris McCoy, Johnny Goodwin, Ken Cusack and Brent Dunphy. Donations in Jordan's memory can be made to The Bar None Kids Camp (Bridges of Canada). Personal condolences may be offered through