It is with great sadness that the family of PFC Jordan Cook announces his unexpected passing. Jordan passed away on August 1st, while stationed in Hawaii. Jordan was 21 and is from Suquamish.
Jordan was born in Bremerton, on July 16, 1999, to Floyd (Tim) and Brenda Cook. He graduated from Kingston High School in 2017. He was employed by PME at Longhouse, in Suquamish, until he proudly joined the Marine Corps in August of 2019.
He was currently stationed at Camp Smith on Oahu, Hawaii. Jordan’s lifelong dream was to be a Marine. He had accomplished that dream and was genuinely happy.
He is survived by his parents Floyd (Tim) and Brenda Cook of Suquamish; his maternal grandmother, Janet Payne of Bainbridge Island; his half brothers, Nathan (Lexi) Cook of Hillsboro, Oregon and Christopher (Billie) Cook of Prineville, Oregon; his sisters, Ashley Cook of Seattle, and Brittany Cook of Billings, Montana; a nephew and two nieces. He will also be missed by his best friends Nathan, Yakov, Aiden and Josh.
He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Derrel Payne of Bainbridge Island; paternal grandmother, Sandra Lasater of Poulsbo; and paternal grandfather, Floyd Cook of Astoria, Oregon.
Jordan touched the lives of many. He will be loved and missed by all who knew him. Thank you for your selfless service to our country.
Arrangements made by Edwards Memorial. He will be laid to rest with full honors at Tahoma National Cemetery.