Jordan grew up in the town of Grand Bend as 1 of 5 children. He often had to fight for seconds at the dinner table which made him eager to pursue the number 1 spot in everything he tackled. Today Jordy stands at 6’3 at 280 pounds dominating as top man on our ops crew at 365 sports.
As a young buck from the county of Huron, Jordy headed out west at the age of 19 to tackle the coal mines of northern BC. He spent a 4-year career shadowing millwrights and working heavy equipment. To avoid the horrible black lung, Jordan left the mines and started an apprenticeship as a journeyman ironworker. He started his ironworker career in Saskatchewan, working in the extreme weather of the prairies. After finishing his apprenticeship he became one of the youngest general foremen’s in his trade working on multi-billion dollar jobs in Canada’s potash and tarsand mines. After a six-year career in ironworking, Jordan was offered a position with 365 Sports which he gladly excepted. Since then Jordan has risen to the position of crew supervisor.
As Crew Supervisor Jordan is in charge of overseeing the ops crew and completion of our amazing fun run! This is Jordan’s 3rd season with 365. In his off time, Jordan spends his time enjoying snowboarding in the winter and in the summer he spends a majority of his off time hanging out in any body of water. Also enjoys crushing fellow co-worker Brenden Essex in ping pong.