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5.1.2020 Issue

Jordan Lagman passed away on April 13 at home in North Hollywood, CA. Services were held on April 16 at Mt. Sinai Cemetary in Hollywood Hills, CA and were officiated by Rabbi Mark S. Goodman.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Ida and Sol Lagman and grandson Christopher Albertson.

He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Shirline; daughter and son-in-law, Allison and Casey Bradshaw of Eugene, OR; son and partner,
Bradley Lagman and Lisa Oakley of Canoga Park, CA; grandson Michael Albertson of Eugene, OR; sisters, Elaine Jabenis of Omaha;
Diana Hahn of La Jolla, CA; nieces, Judy Hahn of San Diego, CA and M”Lee Hasslinger of Omaha and partner Jay Durmaskin; nephews,
Jon Jabenis of Omaha, Robert Hahn and partner Ildiko Thoth of Santa Fe, NM; and great nieces and nephews.

Jordan was a former Omahan and moved to California in 1957 with his wife Shirline. He was a graduate of Central High School, Omaha,
and the Archer School of Photography of Los Angeles. He was a professional photographer for many years and then developed a greeting
card company using his original photographs and messages. He was an avid fisherman and co-founded a club, Sierra Pacific Fishing
Club, in Los Angeles which taught fly fishing and casting and how to make and tie flies. He was active in the organization Healing Waters
which taught veterans fly fishing and how to make and tie flies.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.