ALL day and ALL night ANGELS are watching over the Hunter-Jordan Families
"...You were there when I had no one to talk to
All of my friends get just a little too busy for me
I don't care about the things I suffer down here on this earth
It really, It really don't bother me
Because soon, I'll be forever in His presence
I know you'll be there just waiting for me
Your face will be the first face I want to see..."
Our beloved mother, grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend Ruth Hazel Hunter-Jordan was called from labor to reward in the late hours of Sunday, March 14, 2021 at the Vidant Medical Center of Greenville, NC.
Ruth Hazel was known for her stylish church wear and her beautiful smile. She was a life long member of Riddicks Grove Missionary Baptist Church.
She was the widow of Charlie Jordan.
Her children collectively decided to remember their mother on Saturday, March 20, 2021 at Melton Grove Missionary Baptist Church. At one o'clock in the afternoon family and friends will have the opportunity to take part in a moment of reflection and thought, during the public glimpse of her earthly shell. At two o'clock in the afternoon the Service of Rememberance will be held. Her earthly shell will be laid to rest beside her beloved husband in the Riddicks Grove Church Cemetery. We are laying her earthly shell to rest but we know that she will forever live in the hearts of all of her family and friends.
All COVID-19 protocols will be followed and adhered to. All participants planning to attend the moment of reflection and thought and/or the Celebration of Life service will be mandated to wear a face covering and practice social distancing.
Ma Ruth leaves to cherish eighty-four years of blissful memories to her three daughters-Peggy Gilliam, Cheryl Perry (Ernest Lee) and Marilyn Jordan of Hertford, NC; two sons-Marvin Jordan (Cheryl) of Elizabeth City, NC and Ken Jordan (Wanda) of Stone Mountain, GA; two brothers-Ralph Hunter (Eliza) of Edenton, NC and Thomas "Sam" Hunter of Hertford, NC; one sister-Barbara White (James) of Belvidere, NC; a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren; great-great grandchildren; cousins and friends.
The Hunter-Jordan Family, found it fitting to entrust Ruth Hazel into the capable hands of her family of the Dennis J. Stallings Memorial Funeral Home. They know that every one of their wishes and desires will be honored at DJSMFH. The DJSMFH professional staff will assist the Hunter-Jordan Families during their time of bereavement and beyond through unprecedented, sincere, heartfelt, compassionate and personalized detailed services. Please continue to uplift the immediate family of Ruth Hazel Hunter-Jordan, and all connected families through words of comfort, prayers, virtual hugs, thought or a smile!
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