Carmen Nicole Jordan, Age 35, of Southfield, MI passed away November 19, 2019.
Carmen Nicole Jordan was born on July 31st, 1984 in Detroit, MI to Marsha and Emanuel Jordan, Jr. She was their first born. She attended Grandmont Rosedale Christian Day School (Bishop P.A. Brooks, Founder) through 8th grade and finished her education in the Detroit Public Schools with high honors.
Her educational pursuit also included enrollment at Wayne County Community College where she graduated with a degree in Business Administration. She was a very smart and intelligent young lady.
Carmen was an entrepreneur. She was co-owner of Honey For Sweetness Ezekiel 3:3 LLC. She enjoyed music, cooking, knitting, making jewelry, canning and much more. She always claimed that she could cook better than her mother; especially when it came to making macaroni and cheese. Her favorite color was purple. Anything that was purple instantly became hers. One of her Christmas gifts to her mother last year was a purple leather-bound Bible.
Carmen loved her family. She was particularly affectionate towards her nephews Gary (Honey) and Gavin (Teddy). She was known as their T.T. She was an excellent role model for her younger sister. She had a loving and fun-filled relationship with her mother and father. She loved her pets. She had a cat named Keke and several fish. She took care of the, like they were her children. She also had excellent work ethics. She has always been a punctual, dependable and trustworthy individual. She was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost. She was a member of White Cloud COGIC under the pastorate of Bishop Robert E. Smith, Sr.
Carmen leaves the following to cherish and celebrate her life: her Mother and Father – Marsha and Emanuel Jordan, Jr.; sister - Marsea (Gary) Roberson; nephews - Gary III and Gavin Roberson; grandmother - Annie Echols; best friend – LaQuinda Grissom and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, godchildren and the White Cloud Church of God IN Christ family.
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