Jourdan’s classmates have offered a lot of insight into her life and we would like to share here. While growing up, Jourdan had a disorder which affected her legs. Due to this, she was in and out of Children’s Mercy with multiple surgeries. In spite of her struggles, Jourdan was always happy and didn’t let anything get her down. Classmate Raleigh Graham said that she always had a smile on her face and she was great to be around. Jourdan also loved animals and was always talking about her cat.
Due to her experience with Children’s Mercy, Jourdan was inspired to give back and had planned to use her massage therapy training with children. She dreamed of opening a pediatric massage therapy practice or to work directly at Children’s Mercy. She also wanted to provide a service to the Ronald McDonald house, where her parents spent a large amount of time while she was in the hospital.
The WellSpring School of Allied Health staff and students will miss Jourdan greatly. You will live on in our memories.
Friends may call the Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Hiawatha after 10:00 AM Friday, May 13th where the family will meet from 6:00 to 8:00 PM that evening.
A CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE FOR: Jourdan Albee
WILL BE: Saturday, May 14th
AT: 10:30 AM
AT THE: First United Methodist Church in Hiawatha
SURVIVORS OF: Jourdan Albee
INCLUDE: her parents, Stan and Julie Albee; a brother, Jason Bauerle; and paternal grandparents, Rodney and JoAnn Albee.