Tuesday, June 9, 2009

The Final Bow

Actor Steve Jordan passed away early Monday morning, following an illness. Jordan was often seen at Actors' Playhouse through the 1990s, but had moved up to Jacksonville to be near family. He was 52.

His most recent role in South Florida was the Actors' Playhouse production of Tomfoolery, in an ensemble that included Margot Moreland, Oscar Cheda, and Pancho Padura.

There is a guestbook setup on the Jacksonville Times-Union.

Steve's father, Don, setup a rememberance page at CaringBridge.
He has smiled that charming smile at his loving audience and taken his last bow in appreciation of his many relatives and friends for their love, friendship and support as the final curtain comes down and he exits stage right. "Stef, Steve, Baby Duck, Stepin Wolf, Alabama coon dog, Stevestash" fought a long fight with heart and liver problems but the fight is over. The last curtain call has been made. He is at rest in the arms of Jesus.
Services are being held at Quin-Shalz Funeral Home.

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