Sheneka L. Jordan

Sheneka Lynette Jordan, age 39, of Knoxville, TN went home to be with the Lord on Thursday Morning, November 15, 2018 at Somerwoods Nursing Home in Somerset, KY.
Sheneka was born December 30, 1978 to her parents at UT Hospital. She fought a good fight and now in the arms of her Heavenly Father. She was preceded in death by her grandparents. She is survived by: devoted father, James C. Jordan, Sr.; devoted mother, Cheryl E. Jordan; brother, James Jordan, Jr. of Nashville, TN; sisters, Tirshatha and Donyai of Knoxville, TN; 5 aunts; 8 aunts; several cousins and other relatives too numerous to name. The family will receives friends on Monday, November 19, 2018 from 1:00-1:30 PM in the William V. Powell, Jr. Memorial Chapel at Unity Mortuary, with funeral services to follow with Pastor Paul Harris officiating and Rev. Dexter Jordan as eulogist. The final resting place will be at Mount Olive Cemetery following the service. A white dove release will conclude the services.

2 Responses to “Sheneka L. Jordan”

  1. Mary Washington says:

    Rest in Eternal Peace Sweet Sheneka, under the wings of your Heavenly Father. Until we meet again. Cheryl, Curt, Tirshatha, Jay, and Donyai, I wish you comfort and peace during this time of reflection.

    Much Love,

    Mary Washington

  2. Kathy C. says:

    A strong belief in a loving God brings comfortThe Bible says at Psalm 34:15: “The eyes of Jehovah are on the righteous, and his ears listen to their cry for help.” Expressing our feelings in prayer to God is more than good therapy or a means of organizing our thoughts. It actually helps us to establish a personal relationship with our Creator, who can use his power to comfort us.
    A better future to look forward toImagine a time in the future when those in the grave will be brought back to life here on earth! The Bible repeatedly speaks of such a time John 5:28. Describing what conditions on earth will then be like, the Bible states that God “will wipe out every tear from [our] eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.”​—Revelation 21:3, 4.
    “The Bible assures us that our dead loved ones are not suffering and that God will resurrect all who are in his memory”

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