Jordon Loch ’80
Obituary for Jordon James Loch Jordon James Loch, a resident of Highland, MI, died on December 31, 2020. He was 63 years old. Jordon was an Kitchen Designer for Home Depot and always had a home improvement project going.
He loved playing basketball with all of his friends and Gus Macker tournaments were definitely a highlight. Jord and his brother, Jeff were opposing centers on the Milford and Lakeland basketball teams in 1975 and that kept the two very competitive with each other. Jordon enjoyed trips with Leon and friends to Florida; Belgium with Jeff to visit his sister, Judy and her husband, Chuck and then onto Scotland with Jeff to meet extended family. He also traveled to Colorado while at Hope College for a geology class, New Orleans and had fun spending a summer in California with aunt Joan and uncle Arlyn.
He is survived by his siblings, Judy (Chuck Jr.) Cooper, Jeff (Kymm) Loch and Jill Loch; nieces and nephews, Chuck (Carrie) Cooper III, Ian (Rachel) Loch, Janelle (Shaun) Goodman, Lizbeth (Scott) Brenneman, Adam Loch; great nieces and nephews, Makayla Goff, Piper Beckerson, Liliana Goodman, Braelyn Goodman, Oliver Loch, Beau Cooper, Palmer Loch, Jack Brenneman, Blake Cooper and Henry Brenneman; dear friends, Leon (Linda) Adams. He is preceded in death by his parents, Joyce and James Loch Jr.