She said Jordan had worked for Barry’s business, Martin’s Millwork in Palmetto, a custom woodworking business since graduation.
“Her father was not only one of the kindest people in our small town but also was an avid supporter of local businesses, worked running his own for many years where Jordan worked,” the GoFundMe page says.
Barry Martin had two daughters, Jordan Martin and Salena Hollford, and a granddaughter, Carleigh.
Rebecca Creswell is also a former high school softball teammate of Jordan’s. She said Barry would support the softball team by going to games and cheering on the athletes, even after his daughters graduated. Creswell helped organize the GoFundMe page and said she can’t imagine losing everything all in one night.
“Jordan and her sister, Selena, were daddy’s girls. It leaves a gaping hole that will probably never be replaced,” Creswell said.
Visitation is scheduled for Thursday, April 1, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Crossroads Church, with a memorial service to immediately follow.
“Now Jordan is left without a home and without her father on the day before her dated wedding day,” the GoFundMe page says. “It’s absolutely unreal.”
In lieu of flowers, family members are asking for donations through the GoFundMe page.
The National Weather Service reported preliminary results of the storm survey, which showed that an EF-4 tornado ripped through Newnan overnight Friday. Wind speeds up to 170 miles per hour were observed in the hardest-hit areas around LaGrange Street and Smokey Road.