Lynn Freitag Jordan

lynn jordan

February 5, 1941 ~ November 3, 2021

Born in: Mineola, NY
Resided in: Mount Sinai, NY

Retired school nurse Lynn Frietag Jordan’s love for her community didn’t come to an end with her passing. Lynn passed away unexpectedly on November 3, 2021 at the age of 80.

Lynn married the love of her life, G. Douglas Jordan, on September 16, 1961 after receiving special permission from Bellevue School of Nursing, NYU. She then completed her Nursing degree in 1962. Lynn and Doug initially made their home in Port Jefferson Station, NY where their daughter Phyllis was born. In 1975 they moved to Mt. Sinai and welcomed daughters Katherine and Elizabeth into their lives.

Lynn was a consummate community volunteer who worked tirelessly throughout her life to make the lives of the young people in her community better. She served on local PTSA, Suffolk County Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, was a founding member of the Mt. Sinai Friends of the Arts, and later served on the Mt. Sinai School Board. It is through her three daughters, her granddaughter, Emily, her sister Cynthia Freitag, and all those whose lives she impacted over decades of service to her community that she will live on.

Visitations will be at the Branch Funeral Home, located at 551 NY-25A in Miller Place, NY 11764 on Monday November 15th from 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm. Services will begin at 7pm.

In lieu of flowers, Lynn’s family would like to ask for donations to be made to Hope House Ministries. Donations can be made online at


Visitation: November 15, 2021 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

Second Visitation: November 15, 2021 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A

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  1. Mrs. Jordan was a bright & shining light in the world. She will be missed & forever lover. We hold our memories close in our hearts. We are deeply sorry for your loss. God bless, Mrs. Jordan and her beautiful family. She is in heaven with her beloved sweetheart, Douglas Jordan her loving husband. Together forever in God’s light & love.

    • candleDearest Lynn, I always considered you a bright light in our world,and of course one of my longest and dearest friends.We had so many wonderful memories of our days at Mt.Sinai and beyond.My comfort is that you are once again with your love,Doug.

  2. candleLynn you are extraordinary and you will be forever missed. I appreciate all of our LONG talks, laughs and smiles and for always appreciating all of “the shoes!”

  3. My condolences to Lynn’s family. I knew her for many years as a deeply devoted mother and community worker. May she rest in eternal peace.

  4. Our deepest condolences to Phyllis, Katherine and Elizabeth. Your mother was a force of nature with indefatigable energy. She had so many accomplishments and her love of family, community and the arts is her legacy and continues in your trusted hands.
    I’ll never forget being a junior bridesmaid at your parents’ beautiful and elegant wedding. Everything was perfect including the custom-made lavender satin dresses she had designed for Claudia and me. She made us feel like princesses.
    God bless all of you in these difficult times. With love…

  5. candleDear Jordan Ladies,
    We can’t tell you how sorry we are; not only for you but for us. Your mother was a great lady and we will surly miss seeing her drive by giving us a wave -for 30 years. She is at peace, but without a doubt keeping busy in heaven with your dear father. Rest In Peace Lynn.
    Mary and Lou Rispoli

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