Patrick F. Jordan, a former Stoneham Selectman, passed away peacefully on October 14 at Massachusetts General Hospital at the of 69 according to the obituary posted by Barile Family Funeral Homes.
Born in Stoneham, Patrick graduated from Notre Dame High School in Cambridge, where he met his wife. He worked in the State House as chief of staff for Senator John Brennan and William Keating, held many positions with the MBTA and was a delegate at the Presidential Democratic National Convention in 1980.
The following is from the Barile’s obituary:
“He is survived by the love of his life and wife of fifty years, Kathleen (Canniff) Jordan and their children Patrick and Katherine Jordan, Colleen and Brian Shinney, Kimberly and Paul Plourde, Eileen and Timothy Madigan, and Meaghan and Todd Meyers. He leaves his loving grandchildren, Patrick and Riley Jordan; Mathew Shinney; Jennifer and Julia Plourde; Maggie, Thomas, and Molly Madigan and Jack, Keira, and Delaney Meyers. He is also survived by his sisters Mary (Jordan) Reardon and Noreen (Jordan) Donovan, and brothers-in-laws Edward Donovan and Alex Byron, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and old friends. He is predeceased by his parents Patrick F. Jordan, Sr. and Margaret (Doherty) Jordan both of Ireland and his sisters Anna (Jordan) Murphy and Kathleen (Jordan) Byron.”