National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

Roll of Honor

Age: 36
Year of Death: 2001

Andrew Brian Jordan Sr.

Andrew Jordan was a member of Ladder 132 in Brooklyn‚ New York. He had 4 children‚ Andrew‚ Jr.‚ Matthew‚ Kelsey and Sean.

Memorial Posts


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  1. Yesterday, 9/11/15 I did the Denver Memorial Stair climb in memory of Andrew Brian Jordan, Sr. RIP Never Forgotten.

    – Daniel Meller
  2. I just completed the memorial stair climb in Clayton MO, in your memory. Godspeed brother, you are not forgotten.

    – Shawn Wohler
  3. Yesterday, September 10, 2016, I did the Green Bay 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb at Lambeau Field in honor of those who served and passed on 9/11/01. I climbed 110 stories and took Andrew Brian Jordan Sr. with me. At the 78th floor, I rang a bell in memory of him. #neverforget

    – Amy Arbogash
  4. On 9/12/2016, Employees at Pierce manufacturing where able to ring the bell and carry the badge of one of the fallen on 911. I was honored to carry Andrews badge for the day, and will continue to carry it with my employee badge. You will not be forgotten.

    – Dave Roloff
  5. On Sept 22, 2018 I did the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb in Green Bay in honor of Andrew Brian Jordon Sr. You will never be forgotten. I am honored to be able to take every step in your honor.

    – Sara Bratanich
  6. I have been a firefighter for a year and just did my first stair climb on September 22, 2018. I carried Andrew with me and I was honored to do so. I’d like to shake your hand up in heaven, sir.

    – Sidney Steed
  7. 18 years ago we lost you. We miss and remember you every day all year.
    -I & G

    – Ismael Green
  8. Today, 9/15/2019, I did the Memorial Stair Climb in Montgomery, AL, and climbed for Andrew Brian Jordan, Sr. #neverforget

    – Erin Fleet
  9. Today 9/11/2020 I climbed in Victoria, Texas! RIP Brother Andrew Jordan!

    – Roman Mancias
  10. My son-in-law did a stair climb in Columbus, Ohio today in memory of those lost. He carried your badge with him. You will never be forgotten.

    – Kim Angeletti
  11. Saturday, 9/12/20 I Did the Fayetteville Memorial Stair climb in memory of Andrew. Now I am continuing to carry a badge with his name and photo on it in his honor.

    – John Henry
  12. Does anyone have a copy of the poem from the Brian Jordan Memorial at Pike’s Beach?
    The stand rusted away and the laminated text is no loner there.

    – Mike O neill
  13. I am the author of the Poem Climb Higher that was on the Plaque at Pikes Beach; I was present at the dedication. Sorry to hear the plaque is no longer there; Will help replace if I can. Jim McGregor.

    – Jim McGregor
  14. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. / Rest in peace

    – Brian
  15. This morning I completed the 9/11 tower challenge in memory of Andrew Jordan. I carried his picture with me every step. You are not forgotten.

    – Charlotte Nelson
  16. I removed the plaque with the poem recently as I didn’t want it to totally come off it’s corroded bracket. I’m in contact with the company that made the plaque and was hoping I could get it repaired and back at Pikes Beach in time for today.
    Jeremiah Collins, FDNY Lieut. Ret. L157

    – Jeremiah Collins
  17. I was honored to do the 2022 stair climb to honor Andrew, or Andy. I had a conversation with an FDNY member just prior to the beginning of the climb, and he referred to him as Andy, and said that he knew him. I can’t imagine the loss your family is feeling but take comfort that God welcomes into his arms, those who lay their lives down for another. He is at peace. RIP Brother!
    This was a very moving experience for me, and as I said, I am so honored to be able to do it.

    – Jay Wilson, Captain
  18. Tunnel to Towers memorial in Fort Worth, TX
    Carried FF Jordan for a 5k.

    Elizabeth Zamora