In Memoriam

Rainbow Line
Lynn, the last time he was a guest in my Colorado home. (Mouse over picture to enlarge.)

Other Memorials:

Deb Price

Arlene Berberich

Tom Amundsen

Lynn Jordan

Loyal Gay Friend

Lynn Jordan was one of my most loyal and supportive friends who was also gay.  We met in 1992 when he founded The Resource Network for LGBT people in human resources in response to Colorado's passage of the infamous amendment two, later struck down in 1996 by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Our relationship rapidly progressed to my being his go to guy for all his PC concerns and in spite of his impatience and low tolerance for his PC, we still managed to quickly forge a remarkable friendship.  Lynn got me and I'd like to think I got him.  In our twenty years I can not recall one single argument, issue or harsh word.

I've searched for a link to an obituary with no success.  I can feel Lynn smiling over my inability to find it via google.  If I find one, I'll post it here.  If anyone from Lynn's family should see this, please contact me at the Contact Webmaster link at the bottom of this page.


Other Information:

Born August 2, 1943.

Died July 5, 2012.  Survived by his daughter Michele, sons Martin and Michael, several grandchildren and at least one great grandchild.

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