In 2014, Chandra Janway’s brother Jordan died while doing what he loved most, and an obituary of him was published.
At the young age of 27, he passed dead.
After her brother’s untimely death, Chandra Janway, the wife of Nascar legend Jimmie Johnson, has experienced a string of unfortunate occurrences as three more members of her family have died.
Chandra Janway’s parents and nephew sadly perished in a shooting that took place on Monday just after 9 PM, Muskogee police have revealed.
Police are currently looking into the incidents as possible homicides and suicides.
Police arrived on the spot and discovered Jack Janway’s body halfway to the family’s Oklahoma home.
Additionally discovered dead were Terry Janway and her 11-year-old grandson Dalton Janway.
Police are now looking into Terry Janway as a suspect, although they still don’t know his intentions.
Jordan Janway passed away in a skydiving accident
When recalling his brother-in-law, Johnson said the 27-year-old had a strong passion for adventure and had completed more than 1,000 jumps successfully in his career.
He died in a skydiving accident.
He reportedly collided with another skydiver while in the air, rendering him unconscious and preventing him from activating his parachute, according to a few news outlets.
On Walk 30, 2014, a sad accident happened in San Diego, California.
On December 2, 1986, Jordan was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. His parents are Jack and Lynn Janway.
Jordan attended Northeastern State College after completing his secondary education before relocating to Chicago for his basic training.
He did, however, relocate to San Diego, where from 2007 to 2008 he competed in the U.S. Maritime Unique Fighting.
He learned to jump while he was living in San Diego and became really serious about the sport.
Jordan excelled as a free-fall instructor for Tactical Air Operations and a skilled parachute rigger.
Jordan Janway also worked at Skydive San Diego as a tandem instructor, coach, and camera operator.
His buddies gave him the nickname “Jordo” and encouraged him to try wingsuit base jumping, which sparked his interest in real flying.
He travelled the world, leaping off mountaintops, and his favourite place to go was Switzerland.
Jordan excelled as an aerial photographer and actively assisted in the testing of novel tracking and wingsuit designs utilising ram-air technology.
Most significantly, he was a man who bravely pursued his fantasies and enthusiastically accepted life without boundaries.
He left a lasting impression on those who knew him as an amazing youngster, sibling, and uncle.
The memorial service to celebrate Jordan Janway’s life was held on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 5:00 PM, according to his obituary.
The ceremony was held at the Butterfly House and Gardens in Muskogee, Oklahoma’s Honour Heights Park. The event was directed by Reverend Cindy Culver.
The family graciously asked that memorial donations be sent to CASA for Children of Muskogee, PO Box 1274, Muskogee, OK 74402, rather than flower offerings.
The arrangements for the funeral will be handled by the Bradley Family Funeral Service.
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