Last Surviving Member Of 'The Jordanaires' Dies
March 28, 2013 at 6:38 AM (PT)
The last surviving member of the quartet THE JORDANAIRES, HUGH GORDON STOKER, passed away YESTERDAY (3/27) at his home in BRENTWOOD, TN at the age of 89. He had been battling a lengthy illness.
THE JORDANAIRES had been inducted into the COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME, and were heard on recordings by ELVIS PRESLEY, PATSY CLINE, JIM REEVES, LORETTA LYNN, RICK NELSON, TAMMY WYNETTE, KENNY ROGERS, GEORGE JONES, CONNIE FRANCIS, JULIE ANDREWS and many more.
HUGH GRODON STOKER leaves behind wife JEAN, sons ALAN and BRENT and daughter VENITA.
Visitation will be from 6-8p (CT) TONIGHT (3/28) and TOMORROW (3/29) at WOODLAWN-ROESCH-PATTON FUNERAL HOME in NASHVILLE. A memorial service will be held on SATURDAY (3/30) at NASHVILLE’s CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at 2p (CT).