In Loving Memory Quinton DeShay Jordan
Mr. Quinton DeShay Jordan- (Heller) Sr., was born December 12, 1981, to the union of Michael J. Heller Sr. and Dorita M. Jordan-Heller, at the University of WA Hospital in Seattle, WA.
Quinton departed this life here on earth, Thursday, February 10, 2022 dur to heart problems he had since birth.
Quinton was born two months early at 4lbs 8oz and 27 1/2 inches long. His lungs were not fully developed and he had a hole in his heart until the day he died.
Quinton grew up in the Central District of Seattle, and attended Seattle Public Schools. He went to Madrona Elementary for head start, Leschi for kindergarten and a couple years of grade school-
continuing on to Coleman Elementary, Washington Middle School, and finally Garfield High &SVI Technic
College for high school.
Quinton is preceded in death by both sets of grandparents, Willie Washington Sr, Edna Hunt, and John & Dorothy Jordan all of Seattle, WA. A sister Artrianna Jordan, a niece Kah'Myah Jordan & a nephew Moses Jordan.
Quinton Sr. Is survived by his children Quinton DeShay Jordan (19yrs), Unique Elite Jordan (18yrs), Mariah Arianna Jordan (12 yrs) & Davie DeShay Jordan (4yrs).- Quinton's fiancée, Davie's mother, Fawn Hustead & his always there for him father-in-law, David Hustead.
He also leaves to mourn his father Michael Heller Sr. & mother, Dorita Jordan-Heller, siblings,
Michael Jordan-Helller (Miquelle), Ebonee Jordan-Heller, Rianna Jordan (Allen), Arturro Jordan (Makayla) & niece/sister Trimeka Jordan-Heller.
Nieces/Nephews - Michael Jordan, Lil Miquelle Jordan, Riley Jordan, Aariyeh Jordan-Green &
Royal Amoure Jordan, along with a host of aunts, uncles and cousins family and friends.
Quinton's viewing will be Friday, March 11th at 5-7 PM, at Serenity Funeral Home, 749 Central Ave No. in Kent. The Home Going Service is Saturday, March 12th, at 11 AM, at Rosehill Missionary Baptist Church at: 7550 MLK JR. WAY So., in South Seattle with Re-Pass following at the Masonic Temple on 24th Ave So. behind Walgreens' on 24th and South Jackson Street.
THANK YOU LORD FOR LOANING QUINTON TO US FOR THE 40 YEARS YOU DID. BECAUSE WE DIDN'T HAVE TO HAVE HIM AT ALL PRAISE GOD!