KRISTINA RAY JORDAN (Kris to those who knew her), finally found peace on Monday, December 28, 2020.

Born on May 1, 1975, to Raymond and Lonnie Jordan, Kris' bright blue eyes and charming smile immediately changed all our lives.

She grew up playing soccer and enjoyed the outdoors. She was a girl scout who sold cookies so she could go to Trefoil Ranch and ride horses every summer. She was an honors student and a typical teenager.

She loved horses, dogs and cats, video games, watching movies and TV and sleeping in the car while Dad drove to our latest camping destination or Disneyland.

Her love of knowledge and passion to help others, led her to graduate with a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah and with a masters of Social Work from the University of Phoenix.

She worked at Marriott Reservations during her college, then at a halfway house for federal prisoners helping them return to living on the outside. Later, she worked with mentally challenged clients helping them become more independent, all the while fighting her personal battles.

Alcohol stole much of that spark and passion and sabotaged her plans for the future.

She is survived by her parents, step-mother Nora, sister Vanessa (Camron), and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Clarence & Lola Jordan and Clifford & Donna Evans.

Her family would like to thank Natalie Walch for her guidance and support, and most of all for listening and caring.

We will be having a private funeral due to COVID-19,

Although she is no longer part of our lives, she lives forever in our minds and hearts.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Utah Food Bank or the Humane Society of Utah.


Services Handled By

Memorial Redwood Mortuary & Cemetery
6500 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT

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Jan 03, 2021

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Ray and Nora, I am so sorry for your loss. I have heard you talk about Kristina and know you loved her very much. Sending you virtual hugs until I can hug you in person.

Rachel Ivers

Rachel , West Jordan, UT, US Jan 07, 2021

We will always remember that sweet smile and kindness always shown to the family, you will be missed Seeet Kris

Scot & Jessie Evans , West Haven, UT, US Jan 05, 2021

I never knew Kris but she sounds like a beautiful human being. I think the world will be less of a place now with her gone. God bless to all of her family and friends at this sorrowful time. I share my sadness with you.

Jeff Bigler , Cedar City, UT, US Jan 04, 2021

Rest In Peace sweet Kris. Love and prayers to you all 🙏

Margie Offret Jan 04, 2021

Love and comfort to you all! Rest in peace Kris.

DeAnna Robbins , Cottonwood Heights, UT, US Jan 04, 2021

May the warmth of love and light forever comfort you!!!!!!!!

Frank Hernandez , Salt Lake City, UT, US Jan 03, 2021


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  • Jan 6, 2009

    I worked with Kris at Geo she was always kind to me and sometimes I would sit in her office and talk to her. I’m so sad for your loss. My prayers are with her family and for her peace.