in honor of Jordan


Jordan, who was born on July 27, 2002, passed away on November 2, 2013, when his ventriculoperitoneal shunt malfunctioned. Jordan had been fighting hydrocephalus and seizure disorder, and needed the shunt to drain excess cerebrospinal fluid from his brain’s ventricles.

“Jordan could make you smile and laugh when you had a rough day,” says his mother. “He had such an infectious smile and an ability to love everyone. He was always happy and loveable. He had a heart of gold and a zest for life.”

Jordan’s family would like to thank Seattle Children’s Hospital, The National Epilepsy Foundation, and the Hydrocephalus Foundation.

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