Jordan died Jan. 6, 2001, in Vienna, Austria, after suffering a massive heart attack during a squash match. Jordan and his wife, Kyoko, had moved to Vienna in 2000, when he was appointed senior vice president, international credit management, at Bank Austria.
He was an accomplished international banker, whose banking career had begun immediately after he graduated from Wharton Business School in 1970. Fluent in German and in Spanish, Jordan lived four years in Frankfurt, six years in London, two years in Madrid, one year in Milan, and was thoroughly at home in Vienna.
Originally from Yarmouth, Mass., Jordan was a strong and valued member of our class. His father was a member of the Class of '30. At the time of his death, Jordan was maintaining the '66 website from a server in Europe, and he had personally taken many of the pictures of classmates and class functions that are posted there now. Jordan had one son, Marshall Taylor. The class extends its sympathies to Kyoko, Marshall, and to Kyoko's two children, Ichiro and Susan Lambe.
The Class of 1966