Jordan Winchell Death, Obituary – Jordan Winchell of Syracuse, New York, has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance. Jordan had a strong interest in the visual arts, reading, wildlife photography, tabletop games, traveling to new locations, and taking long road trips with his automobile. She was a very passionate person, particularly when it came to issues of spirituality and the pursuit for knowledge in metaphysics. She was a highly spiritual person.
Even as she was undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer, she habitually put the needs of others ahead of her own. As a result, she will be remembered by a great number of people as possessing a humanitarian spirit and as someone who always put the needs of others ahead of her own. She married her one true love, Scott Ley, in a low-key and private ceremony in the months before she passed away. The ceremony took place just before she passed away.
She was a dedicated dog-mom to her English cocker spaniel, Minnie, in addition to being a much-loved daughter to her parents, Tammy and Chris Lee, who raised her from the time she was a baby. She was the most thoughtful person I’ve ever known when it came to giving gifts, and she loved Christmas, the winter season, and wearing boots. Even though the world is a darker place without Jordan here, and the stars seem to shine brighter than they did before, we may take solace in the fact that she is now shining brightly above us.
Her husband, Scott Ley; her parents, Chris and Tammy Lee; her siblings, Reggie Bunnell, Nicole (Albert) DeRouen, and Amanda (Dylan) Mason; her niece, Shaylynn (Matt) Pfaff; her grandparents, Oliver Becker, Naomi Rodgers, Gail Shorney, and Shirley Lee; her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Brian and Chris Ley; a special friend, Rachel; her grandmother, Shirley (Kolle) In addition to a significant number of extra friends and relatives of the family. Prior to Jordan’s birth, her maternal grandfather and grandmother, Kenneth Shorney and Robert Lee, as well as her maternal uncle, Marty Becker, had all passed away.