Dr. Glenn Jordan has long-standing roots in the southeast in general, and the Triangle area in particular. He and his wife Beth met while in high school in Norfolk, Virginia. Glenn migrated to Durham to earn his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at Duke University, while Beth was concurrently pursuing a degree in accounting from the University of Richmond.
After a stint in Charlottesville (medical school at UVA), opportunities for post-graduate training and subsequent clinical practice (neonatology) resulted in “transplantation” to the Seattle area for over three decades. It was there, in the small community of Gig Harbor, WA, that Glenn and Beth established and raised their family.
Symmetrically, their three young adult children all elected to return to the southeast to pursue university experiences of their own (in Richmond, Charlottesville, and Durham!), which prompted Glenn and Beth to permanently relocate to the Durham-Chapel Hill area in 2015. Faithful pulpit proclamation coupled with warm, friendly outreach from members of the CGS “church family” have drawn Glenn and Beth firmly into the worshipping-serving community at Church of the Good Shepherd.