HEN­NESSEY, Jor­don Michael

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - OBITUARIES -

Au­gust 06, 1991 - Oc­to­ber 10, 2018

It is with the deep­est sad­ness and the heav­i­est hearts that we an­nounce the peace­ful pass­ing of our beau­ti­ful son and brother Jor­don Michael Hen­nessey on Oc­to­ber 10, 2018. At 27 years of age, he died of nat­u­ral causes in his fam­ily home in Char­lot­te­town. He was the cher­ished son of Mike and Estelle Hen­nessey (Cal­laghan). He was a won­der­ful lit­tle brother to his big sis­ter Samantha Hen­nessey and in­cred­i­ble big brother to his lit­tle sis­ter Emily Hen­nessey. Jor­don leaves to mourn his spe­cial nana, Anita Ay­ers (Hen­nessey) -- wife of pre­vi­ously de­ceased Jim Ay­ers and Lorne Hen­nessey. He was also pre­de­ceased by his ma­ter­nal grand­par­ents Ch­ester and Doreen Cal­laghan (Cur­ley). He leaves to mourn spe­cial aunts and un­cles: Bon­nie (Hen­nessey) Bram­mer (de­ceased) and her hus­band Bob, Monty Hen­nessey (Kim), Dr. Rob Hen­nessey (Florence), Tim Hen­nessey (Cindy), Marie Cal­laghan, Joe Cal­laghan (Diana), Cathy Cal­laghan (Ian Burge). He also leaves to mourn his many cousins from both sides of his fam­ily, and friends, who he loved dearly. Jor­don loved an­i­mals and was the best dog daddy to his adorable dog Gally and un­cle to the fam­ily dog, Dublin. Gally and Jor­don were in­sep­a­ra­ble, and he was at his side at the time of his pass­ing. In Jor­don’s short life, he ac­com­plished many of his per­sonal goals and fol­lowed his many dreams. He ob­tained his glider pi­lot li­cense as a teenager and later his pi­lot li­cense. He ex­celled aca­dem­i­cally hav­ing achieved hon­ours and a full schol­ar­ship to Univer­sity where he ob­tained his Busi­ness De­gree with dis­tinc­tion. He trav­elled widely through­out Asia, Europe, North Amer­ica and the Caribbean. He took great pride in his work life achiev­ing ac­com­plish­ments be­yond his youth­ful age. We will be for­ever grate­ful that Jor­don was blessed with these op­por­tu­ni­ties and was able to achieve much more in his short life than many oth­ers ob­tain in their life­time. He was a young man of great in­tegrity and kind­ness and was rec­og­nized by all for his huge heart, where he would al­ways be the first to reach out and help oth­ers. His big smile and huge pres­ence in our lives will never be re­placed. Rest­ing at the Hen­nessey Cut­cliffe Char­lot­te­town Funeral Home un­til Tues­day morn­ing, then trans­ferred to the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer for funeral mass at 10 a.m. In­ter­ment to fol­low in the Ro­man Catholic Ceme­tery, Char­lot­te­town. Vis­it­ing hours on Mon­day from 4 - 8 p.m. Do­na­tions may be made in Jor­don’s mem­ory to the Heart and Stroke Foun­da­tion of PEI or the PEI Hu­mane So­ci­ety. On-line con­do­lences may be made at www. is­landowned.ca

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