Gladys Jordan

Obituary of Gladys Jordan

Gladys Jordan

New York Mills

Gladys A. Jordan, 91, a longtime New York Mills resident passed away on Monday January 15, 2018 at St. Elizabeth Medical Center after a brief illness.

She was born in Utica on June 27, 1926 the daughter of Anthony and Anna Macior Zielinski and attended local schools. On October 18, 1947 she married Walter Jordan in Holy Trinity Church, Utica; he died on July 11, 2014. Gladys was employed with the Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center and General Electric for many years until her retirement. She was a member of the Church of the Sacred Heart St. Mary's Our Lady of Czestochowa the Sacred Heart Rosary Society of the church, the Confraternity of Christian Women, Post 7393 V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, the Bator Post and the St. Mary's Choir

Her survivors include her daughters Gail Berben of New Hartford and Anita and Michael Nackley of New York Mills; grandchildren Kirstin Berben of VA, Jesse Berben of FL, Justin and Erin Nackley of Clinton, Jason and Sarah Nackley of NC, Michael and Jessica Lynn Nackley of New Hartford and Jessica and Andrew Smith of Canandaigua. Also included are her beloved great grandchildren Bria, Ryan, Keeley, Emerson Abby, and Brody. She was pre-deceased be her son James and his wife Dawn and her siblings Henry Zielinski, Edward Green, Wanda Sylvester, Theodore Zielinski, Elaine Dobrodziej and Dorothy Gleba.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial which will be celebrated on Saturday at 10:30am at Sacred Heart St. Mary's Church. Relatives and friends may call on Friday (today) from 5 until 8pm at the Kowalczyk Funeral Home, 284 Main Street New York Mills. The members of the Sacred Heart Rosary Society will gather for services at 5pm.

Burial will take place in St. Stanislaus & Casimir Cemetery in the spring.

Memorial Contributions in her name may be made to Sacred Heart St. Mary's Church 201 Main Street New York Mills, NY 13417, VFW Post 7393 and Spring Farm Cares3364 State Route 12 Clinton, NY 13323.

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