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Jordan Marie Page, 25, graced us with her beautiful presence on May 5, 1995, in Fairfax, Virginia. She is survived by her parents, George Curtis Page, Jr. and Crystal Monica Page and brother, Satchel Ryan Page of Centreville, Virginia. Along with her step-mother, Torina Lamonda Page and step-siblings, Taylor Marie Mitchell, and Jaylen Mitchell Ragland of Centreville, Virginia. Jordan attended Westfield High School in Centreville, Virginia and completed her higher education at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia and George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia in pursuit of her dream to work in the sports management field. She had a tremendous love of sports and made great strides working with organizations such as the Washington Redskins, Cleveland Cavaliers, and George Mason University Athletics Department. We will miss her light, love, and beautiful smile. We have all been blessed to know the kindness, compassion, and endless generosity of Jordan. She was our fighter whose loyalty and fierce love for her family and friends were undeniable. She enjoyed watching sports; especially as a passionate Seattle Seahawks fan, shopping, music and spending time with her dogs, Smoke, Junior and Annie. Jordan departed on Monday, July 6, 2020. Our hearts are heavy as we mourn the loss of our Queen, Jordan Marie Page.  In expressions of sympathy, contributions may be made to the Why Not You Foundation (

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  1. Jordan was a beloved student in a few courses I taught in sports management during her undergrad at Mason. We stayed in touch during her internships and jobs in sport, before she came back to work at Mason in the ticket office. I was so happy to be able to have her as part of the team. I miss her dearly, she was a free spirited and passionate young lady!

  2. Two things that stood out about Jordan, her bubbly personality and enormous heart when it came to others, and one of the biggest sport fans I ever met when it came to her love for the Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson . I certainly will be cheering for The Seahawks in her memory !

  3. Tori and family, our sincere condolences on behalf of all your colleagues from international offices in Latin America, Asia and Africa that have enjoyed your support and friendship.  We send our love and good energy to you all in this difficult time.
    With warmth, 

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