Jordan Berelsman Obituary, Death – Unexpectedly, Jordan Elaine Berelsman, who was 22 years old and the daughter of Ron and Bonnie (Waterman) Berelsman of Minster, Ohio, passed away on October 26, 2022 in the city of Toledo, Ohio. Ron and Bonnie (Waterman) Berelsman resided in Minster. On April 3, 2000, she was brought into this world in the town of St. Mary’s, Ohio.
Her family includes her parents, brothers, and sister, as well as three nephews: Theo, Luke, and Henry Wogerman, who reside in San Diego, California; Jessica Berelsman, who resides in Lancaster, Ohio; and Joel Berelsman, who resides at home. She is survived by her family after her passing. Jordan was pursuing a degree in education at the University of Toledo at the time, with the intention of becoming a teacher.
It didn’t matter to Jordan whether he was water skiing, snow skiing, camping, or just spending time in the woods; he cherished his time spent outside in the fresh air and natural surroundings. She had a lot of talent as a photographer, and she was very enthusiastic about traveling all over the world. She worked as a camp counselor in Japan, where she instructed children on how to swim, and she worked as a camp counselor in Maine, where she instructed children on how to water ski.
Both of these experiences were very rewarding for her. The warm and gentle nature of Jordan’s character, combined with the infectious radiance of his smile, made him an asset to any environment. To know Jordan was to comprehend what love is and to learn what it feels like to be loved by others. Everyone who ever had the privilege of spending time in her company will feel a profound loss at her passing.
After the Eucharist is celebrated on Friday, November 4 at 10:00 AM at St. Augustine Catholic Church in Minster, there will be a lunch and a time for family members to share their favorite anecdotes related to Jordan. The Eucharist is scheduled for Friday, November 4. On Thursday, November 3, from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM, the Hogenkamp Funeral Home in Minster will be open for visitation for family and friends of the deceased. Memorial contributions can be made to a scholarship fund that will be established in Jordan’s name. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the fund.
Remember Jordan by cultivating a tree in her honor and planting it somewhere special; if you have any photographs of the tree, please share them with her family. Jordan held a profound admiration and respect for nature in all its forms. You are more than welcome to send the family a message of condolence through the website www.hogenkampfh.com.