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Jordan Clarke

Jordan Clarke

Friday, August 3rd, 1990 - Saturday, January 4th, 2020
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"You are not in the mountains. The mountains are in You “
John Muir

It is with profound sadness that we wish to share the passing of Jordan Clarke. August 3rd 1990 - January 4th 2020.

A Cherished Son and Brother to Heather (Mother) Kelsey (Brother) Allison (Sister) and David (Father). Jordan will be greatly missed by his Uncles; John and Scott, Aunties; Grace and Lynn; Cousins; Kayla (Randy) Devon (Maria) and Maya. He leaves behind the love of his life Marie, and his ski family & friends who loved him fiercely. He shall be greeted by his Nana Sue, Grandpa John, and his loyal companion Brandy.

Jordan arrived into this world with great curiosity, unending imagination, and the conviction that no mountain was too high for him. He never ceased in his dedication to spread his enthusiasm and vision with those around him. Born in Vancouver, raised in Summerland & Delta, Jordan was an intense Canucks fan and held a great love for hockey. After graduating from South Delta Hockey Academy in 2008, Jordan moved to Whistler to pursue his desire to be in the mountains. From skiing to snowmobiling, mountain bikes to motors, experiencing his passion meant you never shared a dull moment together. Surrounded by trees, lakes and peaks, Jordan made Pemberton his home in 2015. His entrepreneurialism and divine focus brought him great success in his pursuit of welding, real estate and the stock market. Which in turn, lead him to Nicaragua, where he found his home away from home. Expressing his creativity and imagination, he shared his vision though the sports he loved, his amazing photography and the creations he adorned his home with. Being incredibly skilled at whatever he put his mind to, his aspirations were always larger than life.

We will miss you Jordan. May the wings that carried you through the mountains be yours to soar with forever.


The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all that have been united in our loss. We thank you, with gratitude for the outpouring of condolences.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to assist the family with funeral costs are greatly appreciated.

Donations through e-transfer can be made to: memoryofjordanclarke@gmail.com.
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A charitable donation on behalf of Jordan, may be made to the Pemberton Search and Rescue.
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    Sunday, January 26th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Sunday, January 26th, 2020 2:00pm
    The Westin Resort and Spa
    4090 Whistler Way
    Whistler, BC V8E 1J3
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    The Celebration of Life will be held in the Mountain Club Lounge, on Level C, and it will go from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.


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The van Rijn cousins

Posted at 08:43pm
Our deepest condolences to Uncle Dave on the loss of your very loved son. Love from: Chris (Nolene), Justine, Ryan (Hannah), Faith & Ella.
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Your Aunt Brenda

Posted at 11:30pm
In loving memory on behalf of your Opa and Oma van Rijn. They treasured their memories of you until the day they left this earth.
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Posted at 10:13pm
He was taken from my life way to young. I remember him as fearless, very bright and quick to laugh.
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Posted at 09:38pm
I would like to share some of my memories of Jordan when he was a little guy. Jordan was born on a hot summer night at St. Paul’s hospital. He had jaundice and spent the first week of his life under a bright light not being able to sleep or be comforted. This was his introduction into a complicated world.

Our home mountain when Jordan was young was Blackcomb, we spent a lot of time at his Grandpa’s cabin at Whistler. Back in the early days you could strap your kid in a back pack and ride up the three chairs to get to the peak. He was still in diapers and not yet talking or walking when we did this. His little legs and arms would be free to move around and his little wind burned face would peek over my shoulder as we flew down the hill. Whenever we stopped to wait for his mother to catch up with us he would not stop kicking me until we would “get going” down the hill again.

When he was old enough to walk he got his first two plankers and I would tie a rope around his waist and he would point his skies straight down and go. He wanted nothing to do with that snowplough thing. The rope did not last long and he was off with me trying to keep up to him. He was a graceful and talented skier right from the get go.

Flash forward to 1999 we packed up the “old yeller” (cube van) and moved to the family farm in Summerland. He honed his skills on his new home mountain, Apex. He learned a lot in the “Apex Freestyle Club”, and we spent a lot of time in a family member’s cabin and of course his favorite double black runs.

In the summertime he spent hours and hours on the trampoline doing flips and tricks with a skateboard deck under his big feet. I remember one summer my brother coming over for a visit and jumping on the tramp with Jordan (his Uncle “Bonz” is a big man), all Jordan wanted was to get “double bounced” by him. Well, he had never been so high in the air and couldn’t get enough of it. Inevitably, the tramp would find its’ way to the edge of the deck so that he could jump off the deck rail and launch his brother to the “moon”.

Jordan also liked to go down to the lake and jump off the dock and swim. One day he and his brother took their bikes down there to rip around with their buddies. It didn’t take long for them to figure out, (with Dad’s help), that they could rip down the pier full blast on their bikes and launch off the end of the dock into the water. They would dive down drag their bikes up the ladder and do it again and again. Mom did not approve so this became a boys only activity.

I recently was reunited with Jordan after not seeing him for fourteen years. I feel so blessed being able to spend some time and connect with him. It blows my mind what he has accomplished with his life and the man he became. I kind of knew that he would be very motivated with anything he put his mind to, right back to when he was in his backpack, his little legs kicking me to, “get going” down the ski hill.

Rest In Peace Son

Love Dad


Kari Wutzke

Posted at 07:16pm
What can I say about Jordan...he came into my life when he was 4 and he became friends with my daughter's and then I became his (and Kelsey's) caretaker. He was in my care for 4 years and I spent every day taking care of him, watching Thunderbirds show and Sailor Moon (over and over), making sure his bunny, BABA, was taken EVERYWHERE we would go. My girls and Jordan had great time playing in our backyard, using their imaginations and then starting school together. We visited them in Summerland in 1999 and this is by far one of the girls greatest memories of going on an adventure of finding an old car in the back field, climbing trees, doing a hike and having a campfire over looking the lake. Heather and I have remained friends for over 25 years and even though I didn't see Jordan as of late...he was always in our conversations and I knew what he was up to in his life through Heather and through Instagram. I am very proud of the young man he became, the pursuit of excellence he tried to achieve on a daily basis and finding great joy in the outdoors. You will be truly missed "my" son

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