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JORDAN LEON DESHIELDS was born on November 20, 2001 to Gary A. Deshields II and Nichole Johns-Deshields in Baltimore, MD. He was the second child of four children. Jordan suddenly departed this life on May 8, 2018.
Jordan was educated in the Baltimore City Public School System, where he thrived and was often a Center for Talented Youth eligible student. Jordan loved writing songs, skating at Shake-N-Bake and smiling, while spending time with his family and friends. He had a smile as bright as the sun. Jordan had a love for outdoors, peppermint candy and life. He was truly an outside baby from the age of two. At the age of twelve, Jordan was affectionately called "Streetz" by his friends. Jordan held his first job in the summer of 2017, working for Shake-N-Bake.
Jordan was strong minded, strong willed and had the ability to charm the soul out of anyone. Jordan was also passionate about playing basketball and rapping. He had a way with words, whether he chose to rock the mic or articulate himself in the court room. Jordan would have excelled in any area or arena.
Jordan had unique relationships with all of his siblings, whether it was agitating his older brother or spending quality time with his baby sister (Scorpio twin). Jordan had an especially close relationship with his younger brother who was his best friend.
Jordan leaves to cherish his memory: his father, Gary A. Deshields; mother, Nichole Johns-Deshields; grandparents, Gary Deshields, Vanderlean Mason-Crum, Roslyn Deshields, Raymond Flythe, Kevin MaMahon; two brothers, Rashaad Johnson and Triston Deshields; sister, Jada Deshields; god parents, Antwan Ward, Ariana Boyd,; aunts, Siam Mason, India Johns, Veronica Mills, Maryetta Barber, Andrea LaSane., Vanlyn Renee Blackwell, Pamela Hall; uncles Isaiah Carter, Erskine Mills; close friends, Charles Cottman, Rudolph Williams, Kishawn Brooks, Kauziah Brooks, Demond Canada, Tysean Lynch, Delroy Peters, Terell Hargrave, Travielle davis, Leanard Joyner and a host of other cousins family and friends.
Jordan had a good heart and will truly be missed.