Jordan Philip MEINTZER

(nee Sagert-Noble)

​Jordan was born on February 22, 1990 to Cheryl Sagert and Matthew Noble. His family and friends were devastated when he passed away unexpectedly on the morning of June 25, 2022.  

Jordan was an amazing husband, father, son, and friend, who was loved by many. He had a heart of gold; an adventurous spirit; a bright, curious, creative mind; and a smile that lit up a room. 

Jordan and Karen met in junior high and started dating when they were 17. They enjoyed spending time with friends and family, attending music festivals, skateboarding, snowboarding, hiking, and countless other activities. They married on October 3, 2015. Jordan adored and was proud of his beautiful children, Phoenix (5) and Sterling (2). They enjoyed spending time in the mountains, and loved to swim, ride bikes, build Lego, go to the park, and play games together. 

He was an active child who constantly challenged himself to try new things. He enjoyed swimming and waterparks and played on the Chargers football team for many years. He continued to go on new adventures, pushing himself to do them better, stronger, and faster. Surprisingly, he rarely injured himself. 

From a young age Jordan loved listening to and producing music. He explored the endless possibilities of using technology to create novel sound effects, sang and played guitar and keyboard. On Sunday afternoons he could usually be seen and heard jamming with his band, Amazingly Randy (Jessy, Braden, and Alex), in the basement. The band was well received when it recently started performing at small local gigs. 

Even as a young child Jordan loved cars and was interested in building and fixing mechanical things. He was a journeyman mechanic at ARPAC and had arranged to begin his apprenticeship as a heavy-duty mechanic. Those who worked with him loved and appreciated his skills, energy, dedication, and friendship. 

He constantly questioned the status-quo, striving to learn and understand more about our world, science, spirituality, and the universe.

In addition to Karen, Phoenix and Sterling, Jordan is survived by his mother, Cheryl Sagert; father, Matthew Noble (Crystal Morton); half-sister, Jet Noble; half-brother, Khan-Lee Noble; Judy and Chris Meintzer (mother and father in-law), Stephen and Bryan Meintzer (brothers-in-law); and countless extended family and close friends who loved him dearly and will miss his presence in their lives. 

With this devastating loss comes praise for the man he was. It was a gift and an honour to have Jordan in our lives while we could. He will always be missed and remembered fondly. 


Rest easy, Jordan.

We wish you the most beautiful afterlife.


(Direct donations are appreciated to support Karen, Phoenix and Sterling as they navigate without Jordan on a single salary. This money will be available to Karen as needs arise to cover day-to-day expenses, and the children’s extra-curricular activities. Donations can also be made to Jordan Meintzer’s Family at



  1. Bill shyba

    Sorry for your loss

  2. Karen Mill

    When we die, where do we go? We go into the hearts of those who loved us most. That way we are together forever ❣

  3. Jeari Czapla

    My Sincere Heartfelt Condolences to you Karen, Phoenix and Sterling,.. My Thoughts and Prayers Will Always be with you,.. if you ever need anything just ask,.. I will always be there,..

    I met & got to know Jordan through Music,.. and I came to Love Jordan Dearly as a Friend,.. as Jordan lived right next door I got to see him most Mornings and Evenings and he always took a few minutes to tease, joke around or talk about Life,..

    ThanQ Jordan,.. I Love You and I Miss You,..


  4. Mona

    My sincere condolences, Karen


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