Thomas F. Jordan

Date of Passing:

November 2, 2021

Jordan, Thomas F., 65, of South Street, Barrington, died peacefully on November 2, 2021 at the Heatherwood Health Care Center, Newport surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of the late Suzanne C. (Morelli) Jordan.

Born in South Kingstown, a son of the late Robert and Loretta (Dawson) Jordan, he lived in Barrington for 35 years.

Mr. Jordan was the owner-operator of the Maple Avenue Car Wash for 25 years. He also was a realtor and a real estate broker.

Thomas was a member and past president of the West Barrington Men’s Club. He enjoyed golfing, bowling, politics and spending time with his loving family.

He is survived by two sons, Edward A. Paull III and his wife Laura of Barrington and David J. Paull and his wife Amy of Tiverton; two daughters, Stefanie M. Cramer and her husband Christopher of Amston, CT and Mary-Jo Paull of Lexington, MA; four brothers, Peter Jordan of Proctorsville, VT, Brian Jordan of Budd Lake, NJ, John Jordan of Jay, Maine, Paul Jordan of South Kingstown; a sister, Elizabeth Johnson of Richmond, RI; nine grandchildren, Edward, Samantha and Sabrina; Ian, Coen and Silas; Kayla, Connor and Macie and two great granddaughters, Charlotte Rae and Selena Mae and several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be held on Saturday November 13, 2021 in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, Riverside from 1-4 p.m. A Celebration of his Life will follow at 4 p.m. Contributions in Thomas’s memory to the Alzheimer’s Association Rhode Island Chapter, 245 Waterman Street #306, Providence , RI 02906 would be deeply appreciated.

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  1. Thank you all for the kind words about Tom. On behalf of our entire family, thank you for the support. Also thank you to R. Watson Funeral Home for such professional service.

  2. We have lost an honorable man,a great baseball coach and a true gentleman. My sincere condolences to all Tom’s family

  3. Tom was a great friend especially when he worked real estate for my husband Bob before starting his own business. Always with a smile and a story about his family and adventures. Tom sold my house three years ago and went above and beyond helping me move. My thoughts and prayers are with the Jordan family. RIP ??

  4. I will truly miss Tom, especially at Thanksgiving. He always had a “true story” to tell and a smile on his face. God took him away from us too soon, but I’m so happy he’ll be back with the love of his life and beautiful wife, Sue. Thank you for the wonderful Jordan family Thanksgiving memories, Tom. We love you ❤️

  5. I have many happy memories as a kid visiting Tommy and our other cousins and aunts and uncles in Rhode Island. My thoughts and prayers to Tom’s family and loved ones.

  6. Tom and I were good friends for many years. I can’t believe he is gone. Way too young! I will miss him very much. Even after I moved to Florida, we still kept in touch. My condolences to his family.

  7. So sorry to hear that Tom has passed away, a good neighbor and friend for many years. Comforting to think he is now with Sue. Much sympathy to his loving family.

  8. RIP my friend. You are a great person who would help anyone in need . My condolences to his family at this difficult time .

  9. Sending thoughts and prayers and my sincere sympathy to Toms family.

  10. I will miss my friend Tom forever.

  11. I was so sad to hear of Tom’s passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family. He was a good friend for many years. Especially to my husband Peter. He was always there when you needed him. He was a great storyteller and had such a big heart. He had a smile that could light up a room. He will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

  12. I didn’t know my first cousin Tom very well as I have lived on the West Coast all my life. All of my interactions with him have always been a pleasure and I’m so sad to hear that he passed away. I am sending prayers and love to his entire family and all of his friends.

  13. I cannot believe I just read this! I am in shock, though I have not seen Tom in many years I can see his smile. Tom was a great guy and will be missed my many. Thinking of his family during this difficult time.

  14. I can’t believe he’s gone. My first crush. My first dance with a man – at my brother Peter’s wedding. He was truly a good, kind and considerate man. Lifelong friend to my brother Peter and my family. My sincere condolences to Tom’s whole family. He will be so missed. I have a feeling that he and Peter are hanging out together, remembering the good times – laughing, and watching over all of us. Rest in peace Tom.

  15. So sorry for Tom’s family. One of the most genuine and nicest people I’ve ever known, Godspeed

  16. Tom was such a huge part of my teenage years while working for him. He always gave me advice that I still use today. So heartbroken that he is gone. Endless memories with him.

  17. So sorry for your loss Brian and your brothers family. May he Rest In Peace.

  18. I truly can’t believe that Tom is gone. We went all through school together, Boy Scouts, etc. We reconnected a few years ago, and we picked up right where we left off, and caught up in no time. Tom was just a really good guy, and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to his family.

  19. I’m sorry for your loss I’m praying for your family rest in peace God bless you all ???

  20. Wonderful man. Loving husband and father. His eyes twinkled when he smiled, which was often. Mary Jo, Stefanie, Ted and David I am so sorry for your loss. Sending you and your families love and peace. This is hard.

  21. Tom was a very hard worker and always helped anyone in need especially me.I am
    very grateful for all the time working at the car wash and all the great memories .He was a great friend and will be missed dearly by many , one of a kind.

  22. I can’t believe that Tom is gone. He was such a great guy and a great friend. There is so many memories especially down at the car wash those were such great times. Tom had a heart of gold and he would do anything for anybody all you had to do ask. Tom sure did know how to clean a car I guess it was in his blood. Tom also cared about everybody that he came in contact with. Tom is going to be missed by alot of people to many to name. I have not seen Tom In a while but I would always give him a call from time to time he always would call me big Neil. My thoughts & prayers to the Jordan Family and the many many friends during this very difficult time. Tom it was great being your friend and I will always remember the great times. RIP Tom…Neil Siegel (Retired) Palm Beach Co. Sheriff’s Department 30yrs Of Service 1986-2016

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