Wanda Barton Jordan, age 60, of Lawrenceville, GA passed away Sunday, June 08, 2014. She was a member of Hebron Baptist Church. Wanda was born in Norfolk, VA and graduated from Great Bridge High in 1971. Wanda graduated from Old Dominion University in 1975 with a degree in Medical Technology and did graduate work at Harvard Medical School. She married her high school sweetheart, Ken Jordan in 1975 and lived in Chesapeake, VA before settling in Lawrenceville, GA in 1990. Wanda loved her family and enjoyed family trips to the TN mountains and FL beaches. She was a great wife, mom, sister, grandmother, and friend. Wanda is survived by her husband of 39 years, Ken; her daughter, Jamie Watkins of Jefferson, GA; her son , Kevin Jordan of Jefferson, GA; grandkids, Gabby and Josie Watkins and Kaleb Jordan; sisters, Jeanette Woodall of Lawrenceville, GA and Joy High of Chesapeake, VA; brothers, B.H. Barton and Mike Barton of CA, numerous other relatives and many friends.

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  1. Robbie and I were greatly saddened today at church when Kay told us that Wanda had passed away during the night. It was a tearful time this morning. Wanda fought the battle with cancer with strength, courage and faith. She will be missed by us in her Connect group at Hebron Baptist and by so many who knew and loved her. We send our love and prayers to your family. We are here for you. Please know that.
    Sally & Robbie Young

  2. Roger and I met Wanda and Ken about a year ago in the Connect Group at Hebron. She was a joy and blessing to know. Although she was already suffering, her sweet spirit was an inspiration to us. We have been honored to pray for Wanda and prayers continue for Ken and all the family. Shari Stover

  3. Dear Jamie, Russell, Gabby, Josie and Ken,
    Just wanted to let you know that I’m thinking about you guys…I know the pain, loss, and sorrow you must be feeling right now. Please take comfort in knowing that Wanda is now free of pain. Although she is gone physically her spirit will always remain in your hearts. You have a forever angel and countless memories to keep her spirit alive. Many blessings to you all.

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Please take comfort in the scripture in Revelation 21:4 where it says that sorrow, pain, outcry and death will be no more. Yes you can look forward to seeing Wanda again in God’s new world where there will be peace , happiness and life forever. Jehovah God through his Son, Jesus, made this possible. Let the memories of Wand lighten your pain.

  5. Rest in peace sister heaven holds a place for you until we meet again. Tell dad I miss him . Love your brother BH

  6. Dear Ken, Jamie and Kevin

    We are thinking about you and Wanda everyday. We were all so close and had a friendship that grew strong over a short period of time, Those were wonderful times. Wanda was a devoted Mother and wife. Be strong for each other because that is what she would want. We love you!

    Pat, Adele, Sean and Peter

  7. I am so sorry to hear about Wanda. My prayers are with you all. Wanda and I spent everyday playing since we were three and were best friends until graduation. I just found her obituary when I did a search for her. My heart is so saddened. I loved her. She is dancing with Jesus now.

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