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You were my first love. We had our ups and downs and we weren’t always the nicest to each other. I am so regretful when it comes to the last conversation we had Jordan. It was hurtful. I’m sorry for the things i said. I know you were just angry at the world and not me. You meant so unbelieveably much to me, and i am crying just writing this because you’re gone. And with you, goes my heart. A wonderful soul, took to soon. A boy with demons he never deserved. May you rest in paradise honey, i miss you.
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Jordan Alan Stichter, 23 of Dayton died unexpectedly on Wednesday October 21,2020. He was born
December 9,1996 in Lafayette to Keith and Paula Jeffries Stichter. Jordan was a laborer who loved his
music, traveling to California, skateboarding and bicycling, animals, camping, fancy clothes and being
active. His favorite times of year were spring planting and fall harvest. He was an avid player of X Box
online, collecting Michael Jordan shoes; lobster was his favorite food and his favorite color was red.
He is survived by his parents, two sisters Natasha Locke and Ashley (Justin) Locke of Dayton, paternal
grandmother Linda Stichter of Lafayette, maternal grandmother Margaret Dawson of Lafayette,
maternal step grandmother Sheila Powell, uncles Bruce Stichter (Susan) and Kevin (Marti) Stichter both
of Lafayette, Robert (Susan) Jeffries, Gerald Friend, Butch (Tiffany) Powell, Derek (Melinda) Powell, his
aunt Paula (Phillip) Reilley, and one of his best friends Tim Medley. He was preceded in death by his
grandfathers Bruce Stichter and Butch Powell Sr.
Arrangements entrusted to TMG Funeral & Cremation Services of West Lafayette.
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