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Daryl Jordan

Nov 14, 2020

Jan. 16, 1951 – Nov. 6, 2020

Daryl Jordan, 69, Rug-

by, North Dakota went to

spend eternity on the big

farm in the sky on Friday,

November 6, 2020. Daryl

was born on January 16,

1951 in Rugby, North

Dakota to Henry Jr. and

Mona (Svuem) Jordan.

Daryl was raised on the

family farm. He graduated

from Rugby High School

in 1969 and enlisted in

the U.S. Army. He served

his country from

1969-1971 and was sta-

tioned in Germany. Fol-

lowing his discharge, he

returned to Rugby and re-

kindled his love of farm-

ing. He also was em-

ployed at three different

lumber yards as well as

Rugby Livestock for 23

years. He continued to

farm and ranch

throughout his adulthood

with the love of his life

Robyn Stigen. These two

young love birds were un-

tied in marriage on Sep-

tember 9, 2000. Daryl also

brought to this family two

daughters and Robyn one

son. Daryl was a member

of the American Legion,

Rugby Eagles and North

Dakota Stockman’s Asso-

ciation. In his free time,

he enjoyed hunting,

spending time with his

grandchildren, traveling

and making memories

with his family.

Daryl is survived by

wife of Rugby; children,

Stacy (Chad) Duchscher

of Rugby, Jamie Jordan of

Houston, Texas and Brian

Jordan of Linton;

grandchildren, Ravi, Jaya,

Maya, Gracie, Jr., Kain,

Kashdyn and Kruz; broth-

ers, Terry Jordan of

Wisconsin and Jay Jordan

of Rugby; sisters-in-law,

Raye (Mark) Johnson of

Overly and Roberta Stigen

of Fargo; brother-in-law,

Bert (Kelly) Stigen of

Towner; nieces, nephews;

other relatives and

friends. Daryl is preceded

in death by a brother, Lar-

ry Jordan; nephew, Kenny

Jordan and his parents.

Funeral services were

held at 2:00 p.m. Friday,

Nov. 13 at First Lutheran

Church in Rugby with

burial in the Persilla

Watts Cemetery, Rugby

with military honors ac-

corded by the Clarence

Larson American Legion

Post #23 Honor and Color

Guard and the North

Dakota Military Honors

Funeral Detail. Pastor

Sharon Baker, officiating.

Casket Bearers: Kenny

Schmaltz, Kevin Heilman,

Bert Stigen, Jim Duchsch-

er, Terry Jordan and Terry


(Anderson Funeral

Home, Rugby)



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