Jordan Aaberg has died, according to a statement posted online on September. 9, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Courtney Aaberg wrote
9/8/2020The day God called you home.I’m in shock and disbelief writing this and trying to process how our lives were flipped upside down in the blink of an eye. I don’t know how to move forward without my person for the last eleven years.We grew up together, traveled, got married, built our home, and created the most beautiful little girl. I will do my best to stay strong for Delia and tell her each day how lucky we were to call you “ours”. We love you so much.I hope she grows to inherit your kind heart and love for others.Your life was just getting started. I can’t fathom a world without you and never thought I would have to. The immeasurable sadness I feel solidifies just how much of a light you were to me, your family, and countless others. The world needs more Jordans.
In the coming days, arrangements will be made to celebrate Jordan’s life. I would love nothing more than to know some of your favorite memories, hear the impact he had on your life, and see pictures of Jordan. Thank you in advance, for the support and prayers as our family navigates this difficult time.
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Sad news today from a former @NDSUmbb player and @NDSU alum, Jordan Aaberg. #RIP to such an incredible man with great character! #OnceabisonAlwaysaBison @CoachRichman @SaulPhillips pic.twitter.com/oolZUqml6D
— Not Matt Entz (@NotMattEntz) September 9, 2020
Randa Kurtz wrote
My heart hurts so, so much for you Courtney and for little Delia right now! Jordan always seemed so calm and was so kind and easy to talk to. Watching him with Delia was so sweet! What a great dad! No words seem to be right, but please know of our love and our prayers!
Amy Meyer wrote
Oh Courtney I’m so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and praying for comfort
Sara McElroy Madsen wrote
Courtney I feel just heartbroken for your family. Jordan was a patient friend, a teacher and a willing creative partner for a Tamra and my innovative IT ideas when he was at Border States. He was the “we will just make it happen guy”. A treasure! .
Peggy Sorensen wrote
Sending you and Delia love and huge hugs, Courtney. We’re saying prayers for comfort and strength to navigate these tremendously difficult days for all Jordan’s family and friends. He was a gentleman in every sense of the word. We will miss him so much! .
Cassy Ann Olson wrote
This is so heart breaking Courtney. I’m so so sorry for your loss. Jordan will be missed so much! You and Delia are in my thoughts and prayers if you girls need ANYTHING please do not hesitate to ask, we are here for you guys always.
Stephen Ross wrote
I can’t express how upset I am to hear that Jordan is gone. He was such a positive presence and joy to be around. Best Lake Marion volleyball teammate/player ever.. hands down. I would love to donate to your family to help with any current or future financial needs if you have a go fund me setup.
Maggie Joy wrote
I am so sorry for your loss Courtney. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers .
Kathryn Olson Becher wrote
My heart breaks for you and your family. Please know that you are in my prayers and if there is anything that you need, please don’t hesitate in reaching out. Through you, Delia will know her dad and what he brought to your lives.
Wanda Schneider wrote
Courtney my heart breaks for u and your families at the great loss of your best friend and husband… It is hard to lose someone unexpected but know that u are strong and keep the faith. If u need anything please dont hesitate to reach out. Hugs to u and Delia.
Bradford Schmitt wrote
Courtney, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I am in shock as well as Jordan I feel was one of my kids. So sorry for your loss.