Jordan Michael Leblanc
August 20, 1989 – September 25, 2020
Jordan is survived by his dearly loved grandparents, Julio and Juanita Leblanc; parents, Michael and Rebecca Leblanc; siblings: Justin Leblanc (Lauren Krska), Jade Schenzel (Turner Schenzel), Jocelyn Leblanc, Jazmyn Leblanc, and Jett Leblanc; niece, Charlotte Leblanc; nephew, Asa Schenzel; his beautiful daughter, Lily Hana Leblanc, and the love of his life, Paige Miller. He is also survived by several other aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Jordan loved traveling. He loved snowboarding. He loved the ocean. He lived in Colorado, Hawaii and various other places around the world. Maui always held a special place in his heart.
Jordan could do anything. He had such a wide and unique skillset. He was extremely athletic; he played football, basketball, and baseball but his favorite sports were skate boarding, golf, snowboarding and surfing. He had a clothing line J5, which was on the cutting edge of streetwear.
He loved nature, being outdoors, and seeing new beautiful things. Jordan wanted to protect the Earth, eat organic (we called him Mr. Organic). He believed in clean eating and living.
Jordan was diagnosed with a rare kind of kidney cancer in March of 2019. He tried a holistic approach and some mainstream medicine; but ultimately, decided his faith in God and working on having everlasting life was the way he was going to go.
It brings our family such peace to know he picked the best route of healing. He picked the ultimate healer, he picked eternity. Jordan said to us when he was sick, “This is a win-win situation. Either I stay here with you guys or I go be with the Lord”. He won and now he’s walking hand in hand with the Lord.
If you ask anyone, they will say Jordan was the coolest. We all wanted to be just like him. But we hope those same people see the coolest thing about him was how he chose Jesus and gave us all the ultimate gift of knowing he is in Heaven.
See you soon, Jordan. We are so proud of you. We all love you and will miss your beautiful (loud) laugh.
“If you turn back now you will never see the beauty at the end.” ~ Jordan Leblanc
In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Paige Miller for later designation to his daughter, Lily Hana Leblanc. Donations can be sent through Venmo or personal checks.
Celebration of Life will be held at Lifegate Church (156th and Dodge location) on Thursday, October 1st at 1:00 pm.