Adrian Jordan

24/03/1956 - 20/05/2020

Jordan – Adrian Joseph
24.3.56 – 20.5.20
Much loved son of Genevieve and Jim Jordan (both dec.) Much loved brother of Judy & Tim, Mark & Anne, Bernie & Kristen, Rod & Mette, David, Rose & John. Much loved uncle to Monica & Luke, Harriet & Ned; Alice & Jimmy, Louis & Elio; Stef & Nick & Archie; Luke, Tess, Sarah; Bailey, Reed; Kip, Ari, Mikka, Ava, Annie, Joe, Tom, Ned. He always entertained us with his radiant joy and humorous personality. Forever in our hearts.

No flowers please. If desired, donations may be made to Beyond Blue.

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A memorial to celebrate Adrian’s life will be held at a later date.

Funeral
Private Venue
Web Streaming available at commencement of service East Geelong
29/05/2020 @ 14:00
KENNETH RENWICK
2020-05-26 00:13:36
Words cannot describe how sad it has made me to loose such a dear friend. A man who had the courage to live his creative expression and heart on his sleeve. Such an open and honest spirit. His art quite literally touched and inspired tens of thousands of people. To me he was a unique diamond. A friendship I cherished deeply. As he always enriched my life and always made me laugh with the joy of some incredible adventure that we had shared. Or as he recountered one of countless kaleidoscope of stories from his storyboard past. If you're really lucky in life, you get to meet and have a friend of the calibre of Adrian. My deepest sympathy and condolences for the family and friends of all who knew this beautiful, beautiful man.
Gabby Ryan
2020-05-26 05:53:30
Farewell lovely Aidy You were a friend everyone needs And a bright light in our lives . The light seems dim at the moment But I know it will shine bright again one day. You will always be in our hearts and thoughts Love you to the moon and back Keep a smile on your dial xx
Hannah Wollan
2020-05-26 06:36:09
Adrian was a special man. Sending condolences to his family.
Anita Darveniza
2020-05-26 06:41:02
Such a big loss to our world & it’s been a struggle processing ur passing. U were the one who changed my life. For u were the reason we visited Dunk Is 30 yrs ago in which we never returned to Geelong. U always had so much time for people & always made them smile. U r now at peace but will be dearly missed. My condolences to Mark, Anne & Bernie & the rest of the family, sorry for ur loss. I will always remember u Adrian with a big smile xxxRIP
Sharon Bullock
2020-05-26 06:41:56
I’m Sharon Skydancer and have been friends with Adrian The alien “Space Van man “ since we were working together on Dunk Island in the late 90s. Adrian was a delightful, charismatic , creative and very eccentric person who touched the lives of a lot of people, and I’d like to take a moment to acknowledge what his platonic friendship meant to me. Adrian many years later after Dunk island he had started paragliding and I had started skydiving, and that’s where I reconnected with him again. We started our own adventures he was living in his van and travelling at the time. This was in my 30s and I was going thru some great heartache at the time and Adrian met up with me in Sydney with warmth and compassion, calm, and wisdom to support my very troubled life. I wish I could say I found this to be an easy time but it wasn’t and I was very caught up in my own misery. Still he persisted to always go out of his way to be helpful and guide me with constant contact , lots of suggestions that helped me grow in many ways. Eventually we started talking more and more and realized we had a lot more in common. We started hanging out more when I moved to Victoria to further my skydiving, having crazy conversations about the world , spirituality, relationships, and aerial sports. We talked about everything. Soon, we were great friends and, by always being there, he helped me let go of my anger and pain. But Adrian didn’t just have an impact on my life. He touched the lives of many around him. Which I have to admit that Im really proud how he took the initiative to do a lot of volunteer work of recent in the op shop in Melbourne. Which I thought he was meant for other things. But as you all know, once Adrian invests in something with his creativity it becomes a major project, And after listening to the stories he would tell me of adding his flare here and there , he would soon cheer the whole place up . I’m sure with his handy skills, salesman ship , joking nature, and his op shop dress ups etc the place would never be the same again. I realized he had made the right decision. Adrian’s Impact on others went above and beyond to making others smile by regularly sitting by his van in Brunswick street meeting and greeting all those passers by, he was somewhat of a tourist attraction I believe, especially making others smile. Some of my favourite memories when I was younger with AJ was secretly sneaking into roof top parties we weren’t invited to, touring Melbourne with my skydiving friends in his alien space van, and dressing up in outfits such as old school uniforms, and dancing all night like an alien at the annual skydivers balls🤪 AJ was always busy helping others. He made everyone feel special. That was his gift and he really knew how to listen to people Somehow our lives were always connected like he was family to me. He knew all my dark secrets, and I knew some of his . But I found out recently there was one secret he had kept from me that he would be sadly leaving this earth plane very soon. My fondest memory I recall of once was that Adrian had put on his finest opshop suit and took me and some of my skydiving friends to the top of the highest building in Melbourne into the restrooms where the outer walls were only made of glass just to show us the finest views of Melbourne. “The best loo views ” he remarked . “You know people would pay hundred of dollars to see this view and we are very lucky to see all this for free” we had to sneak in here past security by the way 🤪. He wore his suit very proudly highlighting that even if you have not a penny just put on a “suit “ and watch how differently you are treated and respected with a cheeky smirk on his face and continued to demonstrate this on his city tour. I am greatful for Adrian who always looked out for me and others. Adrian taught me to be better version of myself I’ll continue to do my best in showing others the support he once gave me. Blue skies always , And I pray Krishna will now take care of you
Deborah and Geoff Mahony
2020-05-26 07:42:44
You are a beautiful soul Adrian, you touched so many lives with your interesting conversations , your zest for imagination, love and laughter. You touched so many souls and brighten our lives for it. God Bless you , fly free xxx
Karyn Baltetsch
2020-05-26 08:24:50
Dear Adrian, the simple things in life bring the greatest joy. Five steps from my front door to yours. Couldn’t wish for a kinder respectful neighbour and friend. We united through isolation and prayed for each other at night. You sat with my friend and she was your listening angel...now you will be hers forever l am sure. Your gentle spirit brought with it a sense of safety and a wave and a smile always made my day. Loving heartfelt empathy to Adrian’s family. May his mind Rest In Peace now..and his spirit live on.xoxo
Marina McCosker
2020-05-26 08:32:51
Dearest AJ, You are and always will be, one of my fondest memories of Dunk Is. your character and humour is embedded in us all and your beautiful smiling face will never be forgotten. Ride high special person, you changed so many lives while u were here. RIP AJ Love Marina 💔
The Murphys Kayti
2020-05-26 09:37:46
Very sorry to hear about Adrian passing. What a lovely man. Will be sorely missed by all. Remember fondly bumping into him at Bondi Beach a few years back. Always Happy to see you and chat. Rest in peace mo chairs. Love the Murphys xx
Brent
2020-05-26 10:06:43
Spread those big beautiful wings and fly high Adrian RIP mate 💛😢
Jodie Lynch
2020-05-26 10:27:03
Soar amongst the stars AJ as bright as can be. Deepest sympathy to family and friends xx
Monika Patrmanova
2020-05-26 10:56:47
Love you, Adrian. You will forever be in my heart. You are such unique and beautiful soul, I’m sure you will have fun wherever you are. Fly free!! 😘⭐️🌹🌈☀️🚀
Danny Zambelis
2020-05-26 13:55:12
I'm going to miss you Adrian Jordan I will remember you forever. You made this world a better place. You were Unique. You were always a positive light, which shone much brighter than most. I will never forget the time i wore one of youre space suits and you did as well.They were a work of art. Complete with projectors and flashing lights and antennae.Fascinatingly Adorned in crowd drawing potency.Which commanded interactory attention. Smile inducing suits,of intergallactic representation.🚀🌎👽👽 The world has lost one of the best people i knew.I will have to be content with memories now.You will surely be lighting up heaven, and be in angels company.R.I.P. A.J. ❤🙏💙
Elaine Valentine
2020-05-27 03:24:24
Fond and happy memories of Adrian. I will miss him, especially at the Gala Parade Dame E God be with you all. God Bless
Sally-Ann Castle
2020-05-27 05:17:31
Adrian so deeply sad to hear this news. You were always so kind. Made an effort to keep in touch. You brightened people’s lives and Otilia , Sharon and I were very fond of you. Thanks for the all the fun and light you brought to all. Hope you are up there rocking out with your aliens and robots dancing around in heaven. God bless you 🙏
Tracy Howarth
2020-05-27 07:47:35
Well said Karyn Baltetsch, Adrian was a kind and gentle soul and we were lucky to have him as our neighbour, always willing to lend a helping hand ........ R.I.P Adrian x
Maxwell Morris
2020-05-27 08:28:00
On the many occasions when Adrian visited or telephoned us , we found him to be kind and considerate. We ever enjoyed his presence. May the Good Lord have Mercy on Adrian's soul, and may Adrian Rest in Peace. Amen. Max and Dympna.
ํYindee Manosoonthorn
2020-05-27 12:16:59
All the time Adrian stay in my guesthouse, he always bring smile to me, my staffs and guests. He also help me fixed my door bell and tables. He said that he will come back every year. From now on we will miss you so much, Adrian. You are helpful and kind to all of us at guesthouse. I hope my friend Adrian rest in peace and have a lot of happiness in heaven.
Janet Croft
2020-05-27 12:18:30
Adrian you had the heart of a child and loved everyone, I am so happy to have met up with my St Margaret's school friend again who could play with imagination and creativity. Rest now in peace. God Bless. Janet Blackney
Warunya Manosoonthorn
2020-05-27 12:26:35
I am very depressed when I heard Adrian news from my mom. I always see him when I went home to Phuket. I remember Adrian as a man who say hi and smile to everyone. I will miss Adrian's alien motorbike and his plan to do things all the time. Adrian, I hope you will rest in peace and I will make sure to do merit for you.
Renee Marks
2020-05-27 13:07:00
AJ you always brought a smile to my face. I’m so sad this world was too much fur you. RIP now wonderful soul. Ren, Jade & Darcy xx
Rachael and Kevin Russell Russell
2020-05-27 14:12:19
Fond memories of fun times together in our younger days,always much mischief and laughter. Your smile and sense of humour will always be remembered .Much love to Bernie,Kristen ,Bailey and Reed ❤
Darren New
2020-05-27 14:40:52
It was my loss i didnt know you better,Adrian however the time we did hang out i was impressed by your openess,your awareness of the wide variety of topics,your humility and above all the smiles you inspired in those who walked past,i trust that joy you inspired in others will carry you onwards,next life maybe in Thailand?
Heather Cooke
2020-05-27 14:54:02
To the Jordon family My heartfelt condolences go to you all on the loss of your beloved brother, brothers-in-law and uncle. He had a zest for life and a smile that was infectious. Adrian was a unique and wonderful person. Thinking if you at this time Heather Cooke Bernadette Bushell and the Bushell family
Michael Nolan
2020-05-28 01:30:25
Sincere condolences to the family from Michael - old friend of Jim & Genevieve, and mate of Fr Tom Furey fom seminary days 1958 & onwards. My thoughts & prayers are with each of those close to Adrian - may God's love and peace be lavished upon each of you.
Claire Nihill
2020-05-28 02:34:49
Sending all the Jordan family my deepest love and condolences on this very sad day. I will always remember Adrian in his purple velvet suit, mischievous grin and twinkling eyes. He will be greatly missed by al who knew him. Love Claire Nihill
Emma L-R
2020-05-28 02:40:13
Sheer disbelief. I am heartbroken and wish I could have done anything to take away your pain, AJ. You were the biggest oddity (in the best possible way) and your brain was overflowing with creativity, warmth and compassion. A true gentleman and visionary. You helped me and my family through some of the roughest times and I am forever grateful. You were one of the only people who was consistently there for me when my own dad died, and in some ways unofficially came into this role. You filled the void of a father... or maybe a zany uncle ha-ha. Either way, you were one of my closest friends, despite being based in Geelong. We were in regular contact whether through email or phone calls or me popping into the op shop / van when you were in Brunswick Street. It was always an absolute delight to hear your voice or one of your latest plans to improve humanity and spread the 'peace' message. I still cannot comprehend that we will not have another one of these conversations again. I am kicking myself. I befriended you on a whim when I was living in North Fitzroy and used Brunswick St as a route to get home from work. I had always seen the van from afar and been intrigued but only made my first move trudging home from a draining shift. I introduced myself and quizzed you about this miraculous van and what I thought would be a few minutes turned into 3 hours (kid you not) as you invited me to sit down for a cup of tea next to a young boy eating a kebab. Pure entertainment ensued. I was hooked from then on. I would swing by the space van as much as possible and join in on the camaraderie, liveliness and randomness that I found to be so lacking in 'normal' society. It became something of a refuge where imagination and creativity was celebrated in all its abundance. Everything you did exemplified the human spirit. And then some. But I have to accept that you are gone now... channel my grief into awareness and continuing your exceptional work within the community. You were so low-key about your activism and tapped away at things but your impact was felt far and wide. Your compassionate leaning and the fact that you had time for everyone, meant you were loved by the masses. We will all persevere on and maintain your legacy for years to come. I will never forget White Night a few years ago when I bumped into you on the street and we went through the purple rain installation together under the umbrella. It was pure magic and I realised what a profound influence you have had on my life. A memory I will treasure forever. Vale Adrian Jordan. You were too pure for this fragmented world. No one will be able to fill the void that you have left. Fly high with the eagles (+ Aliens!).
Sheena Lees
2020-05-28 08:45:25
Deepest sympathy to Adrian's family and friends, we were classmates at St Margaret's and I was lucky enough to catch up with him again at the Grade 6, 50 year reunion in 2018. RIP Adrian you will be sadly missed
Andrea Johnson
2020-05-28 08:50:12
light up the skies like you lit up the earth love you Aiddy x
Marilyn Rudd
2020-05-28 08:59:49
To my beautiful friend, your gentle and fun nature wove itself so sweetly in your humour and kindness. My condolences to your family. They, like your friends must be devastated. Peace and love to them,. The memory of you and your spacevan will forever light up our lives.💜💜💜💜
Coral Larke
2020-05-28 09:21:03
Adrian was a regular at ConFest. He always created a drop in centre around his van where many people would come and go all day. Later he received funding to create a great alien light show around his van. He made it look like the circus had come to town, it was bright, flamboyant and exciting. Always a lovely person to speak with. A true gem.
Loretta Travan pettiford
2020-05-28 09:56:03
Adrian it was so good to catch up with you when I came down to Geelong and especially at the st Margarets reunion of 50 yrs .you were the best looking rooster at school and even got better in later life I'm not sure who your mates were that you used to stay with at Fingal head northern nsw where I live but you did get around .condolences to the family on your loos for a unique man that left too soon x💔
Geoff Torpy
2020-05-28 10:12:39
Long time friend of geoff and jan torpy .condolences to his family.
James Watts
2020-05-28 11:07:32
Adrian was a very lovely person for the few brief encounters we had. He was always up for a chat either on Brunswick street in Fitzroy or at his site at confest. His presence at that event was everything, and the place wasn’t the same one of the years I had been there and he wasn’t there. What an outstanding human being, who radiated kindness and acceptance. My condolences to his family. Rest in space mate, above the stars.
A Human
2020-05-28 12:51:24
Whether it was Burning Seed, ConFest or the streets of Brunswick, I smile when I think of our times together - thanks for all of them - AH
Jude McDonald
2020-05-28 21:30:59
Sincere sympathy to all of Adrian's family.A life well lived with fun, creativity, travel and adventure. May he rest in peace. From Mardi and the McDonald Family
Peter O'Keeffe
2020-05-28 23:00:09
My dearest and best friend Adrian has flown off into the heavens. No longer in pain. You always inspired me Happy Ade with your larger than dreams and your tenacity to chase them down no matter what any one said. You were an amazing fun loving unique human. I will miss our chats and break out laughing sessions. I remember this morning when we were in Cambodia and you need to a photo to gain a Temple Pass - I gave you one of mine and the man at the ticket box didn't notice. When we went through the entrance gate the guard looked at your pass and mine and saw the same photo - we quickly told his with a big smile that we were TWINS. I think we laughed for 2 hours once we were inside. I will miss you buddy. But I have many happy memories that will stay with me forever. Rest Peacefully AJ
Sue Nihill
2020-05-29 01:24:20
Sending my love and heartfelt sympathy to you all. Sue N.
Caryn Kettle
2020-05-29 01:37:02
I was in awe of your space-van set up and would sit out under the moon at ConFest taking it all in year after year. My heart felt love to your family and friends at this sad time. May your soul be at peace now Adrian. I hope to meet you (again) in the heavens one day. Love, light and peace, Caryn ✨👽💫
Karen Jeremiah-Wurfel
2020-05-29 01:39:01
My deepest sympathy to the Jordan family, Adrian was a quirky fun loving guy. This world wont be the same without you in it AJ. Rest peacefully x
Kristy Tutone
2020-05-29 01:41:38
Aido...I remember the first time we met you at the Barwon Club in Geelong. You were wearing a white space suit with a tuxedo underneath. Your engaging smile was followed by a warm conversation that turned into a good social friendship. I only knew you for a couple of years but your wisdom remained in my heart always. Thank you for all your support. Rest In Peace my friends xo
John Watts
2020-05-29 02:21:01
AJ you were a fantastic bloke, a friend to all and always up for a joke and a good story. You will be sadly missed by many people in the Geelong area and many other parts of Australia and Thailand. RIP
Jenny & Carl Peers
2020-05-29 03:34:17
Our sincere sympathy to the Jordan family. Thinking of you at this very sad time.
David & Robyn Buckley
2020-05-29 03:47:54
Thinking of all of Adrian’s family & friends at this very sad time. Wonderful memories of a truly unique & caring person who brought so much joy & laughter to all who knew him. Never forgotten, always in our hearts. David, Robyn, Alex & Laura Buckley
Mary Buckley
2020-05-29 03:50:13
My deepest sympathy to all of Adrian’s family. Fond memories always. Mary Buckley
Mary Buckley
2020-05-29 03:56:46
My deepest sympathy to all Adrian’s family. Fond memories always. Mary Buckley
Rob Brown
2020-05-29 04:00:39
'A J' is a longtime freind of our family in Geelong.It is difficult for us to think of him not being around. keeping alive the excellent memories of his attitude toward people will bring some comfort as he always set a fine example of what it is to be kind , open and accepting of those around him. And although it was not obvious that AJ had more than his fair share of setbacks and disappointments , in his time here, he was exceptional at turning his life experiences into expressing joy ,assistance and a sense of community to everyone he came in contact with. Lets hope we have the good sense to keep his memory alive with the same intention and habits. One of my highlights was catching up with A J when I was working in Sydney and also living in my van( a restored Dodge200 Myers van) .We were on a similar orbit where van life enabled the important practice where we could visit and be being around al our friends far and wide, and the rawness of parking, watching and feeling these amazing places up close. Adrian passion for being around all sorts of people of his friends from the relative luxury of his Van was truly immeasurable and on a whole level of its own as we know from his various installations, and evident by his willingness to be an activist and artist creating some awe and joy and share it with the world. going back I recall many discussions of AJ explaining his innovative adaptation of projecting art and beautiful images at night onto buildings and surfaces, including the simple and ingenious method of painting murals to a tee, by simply projecting the image at night so he could paint by numbers and perfect the scale. The magnitude of his ideas progressed when AJ had the extraordinary courage to take this and himself to consult for entertainment at none other than the Sydney 2000 Olympics , and although the veracity of his contribution may only be acknowledged to him , I am witness to him expressing in the lead-up to the Opening Ceremony ,where to his deep disappointment , he had been dismissed from his role advising the artistic team. We were both parked nearby when I recall A J truly disappointed yet proud and curious to see if his ideas would make the final cut for either the opening or closing ceremonies and one of ideas was around the 'projecting' of images onto paragliders falling into the stadium, and also projecting onto various surfaces around the stadium. I was later blown away when we all saw these influences emerge at this amazing performance. AJ had been an insider ,excluded from the party ,yet it was wonderful to see him humbly delight in the opening and closing events, the human sporting achievement ,the spectacle , and Australia on show. But by far AJ s greatest achievement is the one he made to you and me, always a warm greeting , by being 'present' in our company and with kind messages, curiosity ,encouragement and support no matter who you are , by being a great listener in usually a humorous and meaningful conversation.......even if it at times included his part time obsession with Aliens. which brings to mind the sadness I felt after hearing the news . I went to sleep with a lasting image AJ sent of his bright reflective rescue space-bike. I woke in the night with an overwhelming sadness and loss, and as I often do , listened to news on my earpiece in bed .Low and behold my grief evaporated to some kind of Joy when they reported that I blaze of bright orange was witnessed in the sky somewhere above Bendigo .(presumed to be Russian space-junk) Only he will know for sure ,but I could nt help but hold an image of AJ re-entering the night sky and returning to us on his rescue bike ! ? hahaha our deep sympathy to all family and friends dear AJ , rest in peace and thankyou for being our dear freind. Rob Brown and family, Geelong
Christine Brennan
2020-05-29 04:09:41
To all the Jordan’s and their extended families, my thoughts are with you all at this sad time. Adrian’s life would be full of different stories. Adrian was a people’s person- I will always remember him as a guy with ideas, who loved to have a chat and who always seemed happy to see you. RIP Adrian
Christine James
2020-05-29 04:21:42
I only volunteered alongside Adrian a few times. What a gentleman, joy to be around. My heartfelt condolences to Adrian's family, friends & volunteers. May you be at peace.
Mary Alexander
2020-05-29 04:34:31
You left your special and unique creative interior decorating talents with us at the Fitzroy Op Shop Adrian. You will always be with us in Spirit. Rest in Peace, it was so nice working with you, Mary xx
Sue Buckley
2020-05-29 04:44:38
RIP AJ. Such a huge part of the Buckley Family for many years. Condolences to all of Adrian's family and to our dear friend POK x
Lisa Wilkinson
2020-05-29 04:46:58
Adrian, you were a delight. Fly high ⭐️
Trish Dunstone
2020-05-29 04:48:23
Beautiful send-off Jordan family. What a full life Adrian lead while he was here on planet earth. Lovely to see the endless love and support you all gave him. Love Trish, Martin, Grace & Will xx
Alex & Marlene Kennedy
2020-05-29 04:49:33
Beautiful tribute to a very talented and inspiring guy who lived life his own way. You will be sadly missed by so many. Condolences to Peter and all of A J's family
Rachael Russell
2020-05-29 04:55:28
Rest easy and peacefully Adrian amongst the beautiful bright stars forever more 💖
Leesa Hanlon
2020-05-29 05:05:10
Deepest sympathy and condolences to the Jordan family. I was so deeply saddened to hear of Adrian's passing. He was such a big part of my life many years ago and I have so many crazy, wonderful memories of him. He terrorized Deb and me by the shore of Lochness, he lasted one or two days as the Earl of Dudley's chauffer in Oxfordshire and embarrassed us when he did a runner. He designed the 'Bedouin' snow ski team transfer for our black windcheaters. Such a clever play on words and creative design. I remember his 21st and so many other fun parties with the gang back then. I remember eating fried rice in the Jordan family kitchen in Moolap, and so much more. Your service and tribute to Adrian was beautiful and filled with so much love. Forever young Adrian, Forever young. Leesa Hanlon (Newman)
Sally Twaits
2020-05-29 08:29:46
You were such an amazing guy. I will always cherish the times we hung out over the past 25 plus years. I'm just so sad that you're gone, I wish I had reached out to your more. RIP Aje xxxxxxxx
Annunziata Volta
2020-05-29 09:54:11
Dear Family sorry for you loss. He was a great Man always cheerful and the life of any environment Kind generous... camped next to him may times over the years.. always inclusive always adorable He will be missed in our community ❤️
Joanne McMahon-Brown
2020-05-29 11:35:16
To All the Jordan Family’s, I am truly sorry for you all on the very sad and tragic loss of Adrian. We were better people in his presence. My sincere sympathies to you all. May he Rest In Peace x
Garth Lategan
2020-05-29 12:41:29
Thank you so much for bringing so much joy to so many people just because you were being you.
Kate Shapiro
2020-05-29 12:43:20
Adrian will be very missed at Confest. His space van truly did light up the place and Adrian’s personality radiated along with He will be remembered by our community for being so very warm and generous of spirit. Confesters from all over the world delighted in his lights each festival. People would come closer to see them and were welcomed in. Everyone was welcome to just pull up a chair at Adrian’s place and have a chat. Adrian had a way of just welcoming people in. You called in for five minutes and stayed for an hour (or five!). So many people knew and loved him. He was a Confest icon and truly in his element at the festival. Forever missed and always lovingly remembered. Please accept my very sincerest condolences to you all. Kate Sarah Shapiro
Mark McKinnon
2020-05-29 13:06:40
A wonderful time knowing Adrian. You brightened myself and a plethora of others. Adrian will always be a star, my friend. My condolences to Adrian's family and friends
Ross Kroger
2020-05-29 23:37:34
AJ was an everywhere man and and everybody person. He was the same person over the decades of knowing him in Geelong. Did I say Geelong - because whether it be Chapel Street or Collingwood I would run into AJ have the yak and a coffee and catch up with his exploits and adventures that many of us dream of doing. Everyone who knew AJ will miss his eccentric and entertaining personality. He enabled us to have a vicarious experience of the world through his adventures (Thailand), fantastic nature and kindness. Reading some of these tributes brings back many a conversation with AJ that I had forgotten. The Sydney Olympics discussions with him when he was initially getting involved were an eye opener. AJ had soul, and was adored. My condolences to Mark and Anne and all the Jordan family.
Susan Wilson
2020-05-30 00:13:01
A beautiful gentle soul gone way too soon. Was always good to catch up with you Adrian. You will be sadly missed by all who knew you. Deepest sympathy to Adrian's family. Fond memories are ours to keep. Rest in peace dear friend. xx
Ian Cartwright
2020-05-30 13:31:03
Deepest condolences to Adrians family. Adrian was one of a kind, a great mate and a unique person. In life he flew high and I hope he will always.
Carole Hedley
2020-06-01 01:08:32
Sacred Heart ♥️ Mission’s Opportunity Shop in Brunswick Street, Fitzroy lost someone VERY special last Tuesday 😔 R.I.P. Adrian Jordan... The Spaceship Man! We all loved you mate! and you loved your time spent with us, just tinkering around at the op shop.. using your many talents to make everything shine as brightly as you shone 🤩 But you loved & missed your people very deeply. This Virus, Covid-19 has had an impact on many things, but loneliness, due to Isolation is responsible for the passing of many people unable to manage the extreme rip from reality that is Isolation. Adrian you will be sadly missed dear Man, you were a rainbow 🌈 a man of Many Colours!
Carole Hedley
2020-06-01 01:08:48
Sacred Heart ♥️ Mission’s Opportunity Shop in Brunswick Street, Fitzroy lost someone VERY special last Tuesday 😔 R.I.P. Adrian Jordan... The Spaceship Man! We all loved you mate! and you loved your time spent with us, just tinkering around at the op shop.. using your many talents to make everything shine as brightly as you shone 🤩 But you loved & missed your people very deeply. This Virus, Covid-19 has had an impact on many things, but loneliness, due to Isolation is responsible for the passing of many people unable to manage the extreme rip from reality that is Isolation. Adrian you will be sadly missed dear Man, you were a rainbow 🌈 a man of Many Colours!
Shane Mc Carthy
2020-08-05 05:59:48
I just found out about this sad news. So sad to hear this, reading all the notes says it all. Adrian was just one of a kind that you could only like. RIP now Adrain we were friends for 50 years, and I am so sad to know I wont "just bump into you" again.
Stephen
2021-03-04 17:21:00
Just found out today aj had passed. Makes me sad to know I won’t see you and the space ship in Brunswick st again. We had so many laughs. Returned to the planet he was from.......hope you are at peace now my friend.
In Loving Memory
 
Steve Minutoli
 
Michael & Claudia Barnett
 
Gabby Ryan
 
Deb Lister
 
Monika Patrmanova
 
Michael McArdle
 
Tracy Howarth
 
Jacky Kenyon
 
Loretta Dries
 
Karyn Baltetsch
 
Tanya Lochowicz
 
Brent
 
Holly Dean
 
Andrea Johnson
 
Marianne Rennie
 
Andy Koch
 
Danny Zambelis
 
Fiona Nancarrow
 
Michael Koch
 
Paul Koch
 
Sally-Ann Castle
 
Sally-Ann Castle
 
AnneMarie Peiffer
 
Ruby Schmidt
 
Lynette Robb
 
Sarah Ryan
 
Anoop Naturestrail
 
Janet Croft
 
Renee Marks
 
Rachael and Kevin Russell Russell
 
Darren New
 
Marilyn Rudd
 
Sheena Lees
 
Dasha Jaffa
 
Geoff Torpy
 
Suzie Taylor
 
Ross Brain
 
Jude McDonald
 
Nina Ditterich
 
Maggie O
 
Peter O'Keeffe
 
Kay Ryan
 
Caryn Kettle
 
Karen Jeremiah-Wurfel
 
Lance Lieber
 
Melissa Kingsley
 
Gigi Panopoulos
 
Peter and Mary Carlon
 
Fran Hawks
 
Lisa Wilkinson
 
Deb & Rob Cleary
 
Neville and Naomi
 
David McGregor
 
Mary Alexander
 
Alex & Marlene Kennedy
 
Sue Bridson
 
Paula Ramm
 
David Medcalf
 
Sue Mezzalira
 
Fiona Henriques
 
Fiona Huang
 
Paula Hernandez
 
Kathy Harrison
 
Marco Monti
 
Louella JB
 
Virginia Mccarthy