Jordan was well-known by friends and family for his impeccable sense of style. He loved to dress up and was able to pair various pieces to create truly remarkable outfits. He had quite the collection of suit jackets, dress pants, dress shoes, and ties.
In his memory, the Jordan Miranda Memorial Foundation donated these items to the Pueblo Cooperative Care Center on Friday, July 13th. This amazing volunteer and faith-based organization was established in 1982 and serves to prevent hunger and to improve the quality of life of citizens residing in Pueblo County, Colorado. They provide food, hygiene essentials, clothing, and other assistance to individuals and families. In 2017, they served 15,859 households and more than 32,000 individuals.
Jordan’s clothing will go to individuals needing professional wear for job interviews or other special occasions. Jordan was kind-hearted, thoughtful, and always advocated for the less fortunate. We know this is what he would have wanted and we cannot think of a better way to honor his precious memory than to support the Pueblo Cooperative Care Center.