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Jordan Aaberg

September 28, 1990 - September 08, 2020

Funeral Service - Tuesday (live streamed on our website beginning at 10:45)

September 15, 2020
- 11:00 AM with visitation beginning at 10:00 AM

Hope Lutheran Church - South Campus

Visitation - Monday

September 14, 2020
4:00pm - 7:00pm with a prayer service at 7:00pm

Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center

Graveside Service - Tuesday

September 15, 2020
- 3:00pm

Our Savior's Lutheran Church Cemetery - Rothsay, MN

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Boulger Funeral Home

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Jordan Aaberg

September 28, 1990 - September 08, 2020

Obituary

Jordan Tyler Aaberg, age 29, of Fargo, ND passed away unexpectedly on September 8, 2020. He was born September 28, 1990 to Janice Aaberg and Rodney Jensen, in Fergus Falls, MN.
Jordan grew up in rural Rothsay, MN attending Rothsay High School until his graduation in 2009.

Jordan attended North Dakota State University (NDSU) in Fargo majoring in Management Information Systems with minors in Business and Computer Science. He played for the Bison basketball team from 2009-2014. The highlight of Jordan’s basketball career was playing in the NCAA March Madness Tournament in Spokane. He treasured his Bison family friendships with teammates, coaches, and fans. After his time at NDSU, Jordan continued his passion for basketball by playing in city leagues and coaching the West Fargo Mustangs youth team.
Jordan was a part of the Information Technology (IT) community in Fargo. First working at Border States Electric and most recently Nexus Innovations, a job he thoroughly enjoyed. He loved the challenge of the profession and used his analytical mind to help others along the way.

Jordan married Courtney Brenden on September 2, 2017 at Hope Lutheran Church in Fargo. They were blessed with a daughter, Delia, born in 2019. Family life was important to Jordan and being a father and husband were the greatest joys of his life.

Jordan will be remembered as a gentle giant with a competitive spirit. Everyone he encountered loved his smile and sense of humor. He was a man of faith, family, and friendships. Many people looked to Jordan as a leader both literally and figuratively. He never spoke harshly of others and had a way of making everyone feel important. His legacy will live on through his family and friends. What an example for us all.

Jordan is survived by his wife, Courtney, and daughter, Delia, Fargo, ND; mother, Janice Aaberg, Rothsay, MN; father, Rodney Jensen (Jodi Beck), Fergus Falls, MN; brother Dexter Aaberg, Rothsay, MN. Grandfather, Obert Aaberg, Rothsay, MN; uncles: Paul Aaberg, John Aaberg, Rothsay, MN and Mark Aaberg (Karen Backes), St. Cloud, MN; Ron (Diane) Jensen, Pelican Rapids, MN, and Rick (Jenny) Jensen, West Fargo, ND, aunt Colleen Jensen, Billings, MT. Father-in-law, Lynn (Faye) Brenden, Rothsay, MN; sister-in-law, Hailey Brenden, Nepal; brother-in-law, Noah (Caryn) Brenden, Breckenridge, MN.

He was preceded in death by grandparents, Jeanette Aaberg, Ray and Doris Jensen, Lorraine Jensen, uncle Randy Jensen, and mother-in-law, Kelly Brenden.
FUNERAL SERVICE: 11 AM Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at Hope Lutheran Church – South Campus (3636 25th Street South) in Fargo – THE SERVICE WILL BE LIVE STREAMED ON THE FUNERAL HOME WEBSITE

FUNERAL SERVICE: 11 AM Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at Hope Lutheran Church – South Campus (3636 25th Street South) in Fargo – THE SERVICE WILL BE LIVE STREAMED ON THE FUNERAL HOME WEBSITE
VISITATION: 4-7 PM Monday, September 14, 2020 at Boulger Funeral Home (123 10th Street South) in Fargo – and also one hour prior to the service in the church on Tuesday
PRAYER SERVICE: 7 PM Monday at Boulger Funeral Home
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 3 PM Tuesday at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Cemetery in Rothsay

Jordan’s Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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74 responses to “Jordan Aaberg”

  1. Diane Stenerson says:

    My deepest sympathy for Jordan’s family!

  2. John Fraase says:

    RIP Jordan

  3. Casey Hornung says:

    My deepest sympathies go out to Jordan’s family, friends, and former teammates and coaches. It was a pleasure getting to know Jordan and watching him grow as a person when he was on the NDSU basketball team and I was their equipment manager. He will be greatly missed.

  4. Laura Silkey says:

    My deepest sympathies to Mr. Jordan’s family. He was our 1st grade Junior Achievement teacher for multiple years and was adored by the 6/7 year olds that he taught. May your hearts find peace.

  5. Amber (Balken) Schatz and family says:

    It was always fun watching Jordan play ball at NDSU, although I was much older than him, I would brag to everyone that he is from Rothsay. My deepest sympathies to Courtney, Delia and all his family and friends.

  6. Keith Grunewald and Angela Peterson says:

    Our prayers are with you.

  7. Kelly Erwin says:

    My heart aches for Jordan’s family~ he was an amazing BB player and was always fun to watch play ball. He seemed to be a stand up young man. His smile was priceless. May God help his wife, little daughter, and parents right now. Sending love & support💓
    Kelly Erwin
    Battle Lake MN

  8. Dean and Lana Ouren says:

    Our deepest sympathies and prayers to all of you.

  9. Tracy says:

    It was fun to watch a “local” Kid play ball at NDSU. I know he was much more than a basketball player, but that’s how I knew him. So young. So sad for his family.

  10. Paul Schroeder says:

    Janice so sorry to hear the news about Jordon. My thoughts and prayers are with you

  11. jess schoon says:

    Rod and Janice, I am so sorry for your loss. Words can’t explain the pain of loosing a child. My family will be praying for yours.

  12. Eileen and Randy Kirkwood says:

    Janice so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you.

  13. Chanda Erickson says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Jordan recently. Although the work wasn’t so fun, he made it tolerable and really knew what he was talking about. I am so deeply saddened to hear that he passed away. I am glad our paths crossed briefly. I will pray for his family and friends left behind. My thoughts and prayers are truly with you.

  14. Peter and Kari Rudh says:

    Our hearts go out to all of you in this difficult time. Sending our love and prayers to Courtney, Delia, Aabergs, and Bendens. The Rothsay community is here to support you in any way we can.

  15. Wanda schneider says:

    Courtney delia and family.. We are so sorry for your loss. I cant even imagine the pain u are feeling . know that we are here for u always. If u need anything Courtney, please dont hesitate to ask.

    Wanda , Doug, Jace and Margaret

  16. Robert. Waasdorp. says:

    So sorry four your loss Rodney. Prayers of comfort to you & family.

  17. Taylor Fuhs says:

    Thoughts and prayers from the entire Rothsay Basketball program. Jordan will always be apart of our basketball family!

  18. Sandy Watterud says:

    Our sympathy to all of you…Our hearts go out to you at this time of sorrow..We have enjoyed watching our boys grow into men..Love and prayers..

    Kevin Watterud Family
    Kevin, Sandy & Jacob

  19. Linda Mellon says:

    We are so very sorry for this loss! Heaven certainly shines brighter though life is darker here for all who loved Jordan. Praying for peace for your broken hearts. Dr. Bud and Linda Mellon

  20. Roger Jorgenson says:

    My thoughts and prayers

  21. Roger Jorgenson says:

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  22. Carol Honcik says:

    My heart is heavy after hearing of Jordan’s passing. His legacy will live on in the hearts of his family and friends. Blessed be your memories.

  23. Samantha says:

    I only ever met Jordan for the briefest of moments when Courtney and I worked at West Acres Mall. In the few moments that I met him, he seemed like such a wonderful man, and I could tell how much he cared for Courtney and loved her. I have no doubt that he was a loving husband and incredible father. My heart goes out to his family, and you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

  24. Paul & Lori Jorgenson says:

    Our deepest and most sincere sympathies to Jordan’s family…..especially thinking of Courtney and Delia. May your love and memories of him help you all through this most difficult time. May God give you strength and comfort.

  25. Michael Vandevoort says:

    I met Jordan as a freshman at NDSU and a lot of time had passed in between conversations. Last fall I was home for an NDSU football game and I ran into Jordan. Long story short I ran into him before the game and the next thing I knew, we were chatting for 30 minutes and it was like a day hadn’t passed. The world needs more Jordan Aabergs and I consider myself lucky to call him a friend.

  26. Ashley bilden says:

    I’m sorry for your loss. He was a nice guy and a good person.he will be missed.

  27. Karen, Larry, Luke and Brianna Mostue says:

    Courtney, Janice and family, our hearts are joined with yours as we mourn the passing of Jordan. He is an outstanding example to both the Rothsay community as well as his NDSU family. We are along side you as you celebrate his life.

  28. Trevor and Stacey Hone says:

    We are so sorry for your loss.

  29. Lindsay Amundson says:

    My deepest sympathies to all of Jordan’s family and friends. I had the privilege of working with Jordan at Border States and was always impressed with his calm and positive demeanor. He always jumped in to help, and I don’t remember a time where he wasn’t smiling. The world needs more Jordan’s. He truly was one-of-a-kind.

  30. Bill and Sandy Mauch says:

    Our hearts and prayers go out to Jordan’s family. May the good Lord wrap his arms around you all to comfort and guide you through this hard time in your life.

  31. Justin R says:

    Jordan and I worked a bit together in IT at BSE – he was a bright guy. This kind of thing just sucks and words feel inadequate; but I have to express my genuine sadness to hear this news and I’m sending prayers for his wife, daughter and family.

  32. Jan Thompson says:

    We watched Jordan play BB for NDSU all his years of playing. Saw him with the former players at the Summit tournament in 2019. He always had a smile and hello. What an example. Sympathy and prayers to his family, parents and in-laws.

  33. Zach Downs says:

    Rest In Peace, Jordan! Some great memories were made playing basketball during our high school years. You will be missed!

  34. Kathy and Jerry Olson says:

    Janice and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Words cannot begin to tell you how sorry we are.

    Kathy and Jerry Olson

  35. Scott Lipp says:

    Janice, Rod and Jordan’s family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I used to watch him play at NDSU. It was nice to see a small town kid make it big and play at NDSU and fulfill a dream of playing in March Madness. He was a great young man!

  36. Dave and Bernie Sieben says:

    Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. Our prayers go out to all of your family.
    Dave and Bernie

  37. Lori Wood says:

    Rod and Janice, I’m so very sorry to hear your son passed away unexpectedly and way too young! I can’t begin to imagine the loss of losing a child but my thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn your loss. I’m sure you were incredibly proud of his achievements during his short life with you. 🙏🏻

  38. Colleen Schroeder says:

    I’m am so truly sorry for your loss. He was such a kind soul. RIP Jordan

  39. Chentel Dangerud says:

    We are so thankful to Courtney and his family for allowing him to take part in coaching my 10 year old sons basketball team. He was such a role model for the kids to look up to and brought such a calmness to the court. We only knew him for a short while but I’m that time we could see instantly all of the kindness everyone is talking about. My God bless you and your family l, our prayers are with you and thank you again for allowing him to be a part of our lives.

  40. Stacy and Mary Paulseth says:

    Janice and Rodney I am sorry for your loss to your family.

  41. Stan ouren says:

    Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you. We pray you are blessed with the Faith our Savior Jesus Christ gave us that we will sit with him in Heaven. In Jesus, Stsn, Jodi & Dylan

  42. Curt and Julie Cossette says:

    The tributes written about Jordan are such a testament to the kind of man he was. God knew he was ready for his heavenly home. We are praying for God’s Peace to those who are not ready for him to go. Bless you Courtney and may God give you the strength you need.

  43. Diane. Stadum says:

    Rod & Janice, I can only imagine your pain, i remember. Rod when I worked in. PR, & you would stop by the lumber yard, & tell me how proud you were to have your Son, i know you both loved him dearly, & What great parents you were to him. God. Bless.

  44. Leta R Holsinger says:

    Deepest sympathies to all of Jordan’s family. I knew Jordan when I worked at NDSU as a cashier in the dining center. He never came in without his big infectious smile. He was a bright spot to any day, always kind and polite. I have fond memories of the basketball team he so loved. I am so sorry for your loss.

  45. Jeff Christenson says:

    Janice I’m so sorry to hear about Jordan. I can’t imagine what you’re going through. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this most difficult time.

  46. Ronald Degges says:

    I had Jordan in my statistics class when he was in college at NDSU. He was a very fine young man and I know he will be missed greatly. My deepest sympathies go out to the Aaberg family.

  47. Arlan & Kari Anderson says:

    We are shocked and saddened to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

  48. Suzann Burhans Svingen says:

    Rodney, I am so sorry to hear of your son Jordan’s unexpected passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the Jensen and Aaberg family.

  49. Beth Eckhoff says:

    Rodney and family, So sorry to hear of the loss of your son. Thinking of you in this difficult time.
    Love Beth and Jim Eckhoff

  50. Jane Hovland says:

    So sorry for loss! Jordan was a wonderful person and considerate and thoughtful to all he knew. The world lost a special person.

  51. Brian & Kelly Haugrud says:

    We are so sad to hear about Jordan. Janice, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  52. Kristy Bartch-Magnusson says:

    So sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of Jordan back in the day when I dated Paul. RIP Jordan.

  53. Diane Gunvaldson says:

    My heartfelt Sympathy, and prayers for Jordan’s, Family and Friends, may God’s love and comfort, help with your grief, and may your loved ones, hold you tight.

  54. Clare and Pamela Anderson says:

    Sorry for you loss

  55. Gary & Linda Waskosky says:

    Rodney and Janice, so sorry to here about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

  56. Nancy Olson says:

    I am so very sorry. I pray that God gives you some comfort to help ease the tremendous pain you are feeling.

  57. Ashley Bilden says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss jordan was a great guy and a good classes mate he will be missed. Class of 2009

  58. Pam Lentz says:

    My heartfelt condolences to Jordan’s family. I had the pleasure of working with Jordan at Bell Bank through his position at Nexus. He and I hit it off immediately and had a terrific working relationship. He was so good at what he did and such a kind, friendly person. He will be dearly missed by all of us at Bell Bank. God Bless.

  59. Josh Schaffenberger says:

    I’m so sorry to hear this. My condolences.

  60. Michele Jensen says:

    Rest In Peace little cousin

  61. Marcia Harles-Johnson says:

    Janice, Rodney and Families: With a very heavy heart, we share in your loss of Jordan. What a proud example he was. Thank you for giving me the honor of calling him by Godchild. May God’s hands surround you in the hard days ahead. Love and peace to you all.

  62. Amy Griego (Fitch) says:

    My thoughts and prayers of love and support. I’m so sorry for your loss, Rodney. I never knew your son but if he was anything like you I know he was a great person with a huge heart. May God bring you comfort during this difficult time. Sending my love.

  63. Jerry and Cheryl Keller says:

    Courtney, Delia, and Aaberg, Jensen, and Brenden families:
    Our sincere, heartfelt sympathies to all of you during this difficult time of Jordan’s death. We did not personally know Jordan, but from all of the wonderful comments and things that we have heard about him, we feel that we did know him. May you always cherish your many beautiful memories of Jordan. Our thoughts and prayers have been with you, and will continue to be during the days, weeks, and months ahead. Big hugs. May God bless you all.

  64. Misty and James Boots says:

    Jordan was one of the friendliest guys we’ve known and he always took the time to stop and say hello. We always enjoyed bumping into him at the street dance or various events around Rothsay and catching up a bit. He will be missed.

  65. Steve Hartman says:

    Courtney, Delia, Janice, Dexter, Rod and all who knew Jordan,

    My condolences and deepest sympathies. Jordan was an amazing young man. His legacy will live on forever. His kindness, heart, compassion, work ethic, perseverance shined throughout his life. I was privileged to coach him and feel as though I learned more from him than he did from myself. His success on the court, however, will always be outshined by his kindness off it. My greatest coaching memories were from his senior season. When his star was rising as a player his personality and selflessness never changed. His dedication to his family, school, and friends was most important. That will be his legacy.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  66. Pam and Steve Reed says:

    So very Sorry for your loss, life is crazy! We really have to take advantage of every moment! Spending peace, love and healing your way! 😇🙏

  67. Nate Thooft says:

    We are here for you Courtney. So thankful for the time I got with Jordan at NDSU. I value his friendship and that time. If you ever need anything we are here.

  68. Jim and Paige Stewart says:

    Thoughts and Prayers to all family and friends, you will be missed Jordan.

  69. Larry and Karen Paulson says:

    Our deepest sympathies to Courtney, Delia and families!

  70. Jeanne and Loren Toso says:

    The Loren Toso family would like to extend our deepest condolences to the entire Aaberg family in the loss of such a great guy! Jordan’s loss will be felt by many!

  71. Debi Diestler says:

    Janice and Rodney – I was so shocked to hear about Jordan. My heart goes out to all of you! Sending my DEEPEST sympathy and heartfelt condolences. I will uphold you in prayer. Greg and Debi Diestler

  72. Lisa Petznick says:

    I was so shocked and sad to hear about Jordan. I didn’t know him very well, but what I knew was all great. The many testaments on here reflect a top-notch person who will be greatly missed by so many people. He made a positive difference in many lives. I pray that God will comfort you and bring you peace in these tough days ahead.

  73. Kristina says:

    Courtney, Delia, Janice, Dexter, and the rest of the family…
    So very sorry to hear about the loss of Jordan. he was an inspiration and role model to many people. his legacy will live on in our hearts. Everytime i seen him he always had a smile on his face, I could tell the love he had for his daughter was unbreakable along with his wife who he always treasured and still will, but watching and caring over her in heaven. I always enjoyed watching him play basketball when he was a student at rothsay. he will be greatly missed and I know he sure made his mom, dexter, and the rest of his family proud! im always thinking of you guys and am sending hugs your way.

  74. Lisa Kugler says:

    Janice and Rodney,
    When I heard of the death of Jordon a piece of my heart broke for the two of you. I can’t imagine the pain you are going through~no parent should have to bury a child. I have no doubt you are dealing with the “why’s”, “if only” “it just can’t be true” and the list goes on and on.I wish I had magical words that would take your pain away, but sadly I don’t. Please know that you are in my thoughts and I pray that God will give you the strength you need to get through the loss of Jordan until you meet again where you will never have to say good~bye again!

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