Jordan Aaberg Death / Obituary | Jordan Aaberg Cause Of Death | Died – Passed Away
Jordan Aaberg Death / Obituary – We learnt that North Dakota State Bison former basketball player, Jordan Aaberg was pronounced dead on September 8, 2020, leaving loved ones in great sadness.
Jordan Aaberg died with family, friends and loved ones left in total devastation. Our prayers, thoughts condolences are with the loved ones of the deceased for the great loss. We are yet to observed the deceased obituary, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
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Zastrow paying tribute to Jordan Aaberg, former #NDSU forward who passed away unexpectedly yesterday.
— Bison Report (@BisonReport) September 9, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Aaberg family. Not only a great basketball player but an outstanding person. Jordan will be missed by the Rothsay community, Rothday Basketball Program, and all who were connected with him! RIP #40 💙 💛
— Rothsay Basketball (@rothsaybbb) September 9, 2020
The Summit League extends its deepest condolences to the family, friends, coaches and teammates of Jordan Aaberg along with the entire @NDSUathletics family.
— Summit Hoops (@summithoops) September 9, 2020
Jordan coached our 4th grade boys WF Mustangs travel team last year. Great man, great coach, great person. RIP Coach Aaberg. You will be missed.
— Shannon (@bisonfoggy) September 9, 2020
Damn. Watching Jordan Aaberg play for little Rothsay High School was something else. Kid always had a smile on his face. Rest In Peace.
— Zach Borg (@IceBorg) September 9, 2020
Prayers to the Aaberg family, wife Courtney, and daughter Delia.
Jordan will be missed.
RIP big guy! #44🤘🏽 pic.twitter.com/ITNY65nK96
— Sanford POWER Basketball Academy Fargo (@POWERBBFargo) September 9, 2020
“What a horribly sad deal. To young and too much to live for. God bless, Jordan’s family.”
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— Dave Wheeler (@DaveWheeler11) September 9, 2020
GoFundMe set up for family of former Bison basketball player Jordan Aaberg, who passed away unexpectedly at age 29. He left a wife and a baby girl. Please RT –> Remembering Jordan
— Mike McFeely (@McFeely_Inforum) September 9, 2020
Rest in Peace, J.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Aaberg family. We’ll miss our teammate and our brother, but always remember the man that he was. pic.twitter.com/qI8cas6RG6
— NDSU Basketball (@NDSUmbb) September 9, 2020
@rothsaybbb The Barnesville Trojan basketball program sends out our condolences to the family of Jordan Aaberg. We are saddened by the loss of Jordan and pray for his family and the Rothsay community 🏀😢
— Coach Hinsz (@thinsz) September 9, 2020
— Cobber Basketball (@CobberHoops) September 9, 2020
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Jordan Aaberg GoFundMe
A GoFundMe account with $17,708 raised of $20,000 goal has been set up for Jordan. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family of the deceased. Below is the statement on the GoFundMe page.
On September 8th, Jordan Aaberg was suddenly taken from this earth. He leaves behind a wife, Courtney, and young daughter, Delia, in addition to their families and a multitude of friends. Jordan was a kind-hearted, funny, generous, and hard-working man. His love for Delia and Courtney shined through in everything he did. As they navigate through this next phase of life, please consider easing some of the financial burden associated with medical bills, funeral costs, and other unforeseen expenses. In addition, please keep Courtney, Delia, and the rest of their family in your thoughts and prayers during this time of unimaginable loss.
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