The information below was gathered from an interview from Fox5 News.
January 28, 2021
Our hearts go out to and mourn with both the family and Lawrenceville Pest Control in the recent loss of Bradly Jordan. Bradly was a technician for Lawrenceville Pest Control and was murdered on Thursday, January 28th while serving a Gwinnett County Apartment complex.
In an interview by phone, his family said Bradly Jordan was a gentle giant who loved hard. His wife said the 23-year-old called his mother, sisters, and brother every night, and now she finds herself widowed.
“He had many, many people who loved him and anyone who knows him would tell you he was a kind man who would give you the shirt off his back,” Jordan’s mother, Marie Jordan said.
“He didn’t meet a stranger,” his mother said.
“He talked to people about God and always turning your problems to God. Just focused on being happy. Just a happy person,” Jordan’s mother said.
Jordan met his wife during vacation bible school. Together they have a baby boy and were married just months ago.
“I just want people to know that Bradly had his whole life ahead of him he was taken away too soon,” his mother said.
Bradly would constantly talk about his faith and one of his customers bought him a new Bible. Please pray for healing for his wife and family during their time of grief and healing. Hearing about Bradly and his growing in his faith, I could hear him point his family and friends to a passage from his new Bible found in Philippians 4:7, “And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”.
Thank you for your generous donations. GPCA raised nearly $7,500 that has been donated to the family for immediate needs
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