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Lee Jordan: Founder of the Chugiak-Eagle River Star

Lee's creation filled this community with unforgettable memories. For that, we owe him an immense debt of gratitude.

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Rest in Peace Lee Jordan

Lee was the most selfless and giving man I’ve ever known and worked with – what a role model. So, rest in peace my dear friend and mentor.

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Lee Jordan: Alaska Giant

Lee’s positive efforts and examples are more than simple local legend. He made a distinctive impact in our lives, and across Alaska.

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Lee: A Dedicated and Professional Journalist

Mr. Jordan ― in these two examples — and multiple other ones I could share was always a dedicated and professional journalist!

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Fatherly Advice

The one thing I will remember when I think of my dad is the fact, he was always there for me and ready with fatherly advice.

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Mr. Jordan Was Always a Phone Call Away

Mr. Jordan was always just a phone call away. He gave me feedback and guidance as I wrote and helped me to process professional challenges.

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Lee Will Be Greatly Missed

I first met Mr. Jordan in about 2000, shortly after he retired. I admired him, I learned from him, and I had the honor of photographing him.

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We Lost a Great Man

It was our honor to serve with Lee on the Chinooks Board, working to bring these talented players to our community every summer.

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Lee’s Love of Baseball

Midway through the summer, we found out that a new name for the baseball field had been approved. It would now be Lee Jordan Field.

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Love Letter to Lee

You were a steadfast source of support and encouragement, and for this, I will forever be grateful. Thank you.

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Alaska’s Capital Move Efforts: O Ye, of Little Faith

Once upon a time, the people of Alaska voted to move the state capital out of the backwater Southeast community of Juneau to Willow.

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Lee Jordan: Our Community’s Bedrock

I’ve known Lee Jordan for many years and was deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Over the years he was my editor, mentor, colleague, and friend.

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We Lost The Wonderful HistoricLee

HistoricLee, Lee Jordan, passed quite suddenly New Year's Eve. Lee was a wonderful friend to the ECHO. It's with great sadness we share this.

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Why Alaskans Wanted Statehood Part 2

Hearings had been held in Congress on statehood, and a statehood measure had been approved unanimously by a committee of Congress.

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