Jordan Weatherbee

Obituary of Jordan Weatherbee

Weatherbee, Jordan Scott- 23, Upper Kennetcook, passed away on Monday Dec. 23, 2019 in the Colchester East Hants Health Center. Born in Kentville on April 1, 1996, he was a son of William "Billy" and Michelle (Densmore) Weatherbee. Jordan was a very thoughtful, selfless person with a great sense of humour always putting others ahead of himself. He was an avid Calgary flames fan, enjoyed watching their games on tv and attending live. Some of Jordan’s hobbies included playing crib, darts, video games and practicing his cooking skills. One of his recent achievements was visiting Niagara Falls along with his family and getting to interact and get his picture taken with a parrot. Jordan is survived by his sisters Kristen Weatherbee (Travis Sibbins) and Jessie Weatherbee (Matthew Anderton), Maternal grandparent Laura Densmore, paternal grandparents William "Bill" and Bonnie (Davis) Weatherbee, Uncle Gary (Melissa) Densmore, Aunt Suzanne (Danny) Brown, niece Gracie Sibbins and nephews Dustin, Nicholai and Kowen Weatherbee and Jonathan Sibbins and special friend Uncle T (Lor). Jordan was predeceased by his maternal grandfather Michael Densmore and very special friend Tammy White on Dec. 14, 2019. Cremation has taken place and there will be a celebration of life Tuesday December 31st, from 1 to 4pm at the Green Hall, North Noel Road. There will be a private family burial at St, Peters Anglican Church Cemetery. Donations in memory of Jordan can be made to the St. Peters Anglican Church Cemetery Upper Kennetcook. Arrangements have been entrusted to the compassionate care of the J. Wilson Allen Funeral Home, Hwy 354, Kennetcook, ph 1-902-362-2440 or please visit our web site at allenfh.ca.
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Tuesday
31
December

Celebration of Life

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Green Hall
Hwy 354
North Noel Road, Nova Scotia, Canada

Donations

Donations in memory of Jordan can be made to the St. Peters Anglican Church Cemetery, Upper Kennetcook.
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