Brandon Lee Jordan was born on Oct. 14, 1998 in Billings to Alden Lee Jordan Jr. of Billings, and Barcelisa Arianne Rhoades of Billings, and his stepmother Melissa Jordan of Billings. Brandon walked into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Aug. 19, 2015 at the age of 16. Brandon was tragically killed in an auto accident. Brandon was preceded in death by his grandparents, Judith Jordan of Billings, John Letasky of Billings, and Karl Brekke of Billings; and numerous great-grandparents.
Brandon is survived by his parents, Alden Lee Jordan Jr. of Billings, Barcelisa Arianne Rhoades of Billings, and his stepmother Melissa Jordan of Billings; two brothers, Aaron and Steven Jr. and three sisters Bailey, Madyson, and Coraleigh of Billings; grandparents, Alden Jordan Sr. and Char Jordan of Billings, Bob and Marianne Huber of Billings, Rocky Rhoades of Mesa, Arizona, and Michaela Letasky-Brekke of Billings; and uncles and aunts Cliff and Jacqui Jordan (Sara), Jeff and Debbie Jordan (Jade and Naomi), Mitch and Wilma Jordan (Jacob and Tyler), Tim Jordan (Kayla, Jensen, Caden, Talon, Leah, Landon), Melissa Jordan, Nicole Rhoades, John Letasky, Thomas and Rebecca Letasky, and Lisa and Abbey Kochel (Ella); and numerous friends. While living in Billings, Brandon attended Bench Elementary, Beartooth Elementary, Sandstone Elementary, Castle Rock Middle School, and Skyview High School.
Brandon was Baptized and Confirmed, and received his First Communion at St. Bernard Catholic Church. Brandon’s godparents were Joshua Bledsoe and Nicole Rhoades.
Brandon was an avid lover of sports and during his young life had played competitive soccer with Yellowstone Soccer Association (YSA). He also enjoyed the drums, snowboarding, skateboarding, swimming, video gaming, and watching World Wresting Entertainment with his friends and family. Brandon was fearless no matter how many bones he broke.
Later in Brandon’s life, he attended the Montana Youth Challenge Academy, Class 32 and was the recipient of the National Physical Fitness award. Brandon’s life could not be saved for the Lord had better plans for him. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Montana Youth Challenge Academy (MYCA) for troubled teens in Dillon. Donations can be made to Montana Youth Challenge Academy, 790 E. Cornell Street, Dillon, MT, 59725, and specifying that it is for the Brandon Jordan Memorial Fund.
Brandon and his hugs will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. He was a kind, young man with a Big Heart and enjoyed helping others.
His funeral services will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, at 11 a.m. at St. Bernard Catholic Church in Billings. Father David Reichling of St. Bernard Catholic Church will officiate the services.
Sunrise October 14 1998, Sunset August 19 2015.