From a very early age he developed his love of soccer. He began playing at the age of 4 for the SASA. He continued to develop his skills as a soccer player and at age 10 went on to play competitive soccer with Coach Lamm and the SA Elite team.During high school he played for the Lake View Chiefs. He was part of the Chief soccer team that won 3 district championships and was the 2nd leading scorer in Lake View History with 78 goals in his 3 years as a varsity player.
Jordan was coached by Clayton Hubbert. Jordan graduated from Lake View High School in 2014 and continued to try to make his dream of playing soccer on a professional level. He was invited to try out for the Kansas City team and then also for an international league. Locally Jordan played alongside his brother for the Mexican Soccer League. Recently their team Manchester United won the league championship. Jordan was given the trophy and as always he brought it to his bluemom and said, “here blue this is for you”. Jordan was a loving sweet soul who met the love his life when he held his son Niko for the first time. Niko was his pride and joy and he did all he could to show his son the love he felt for him. Jordan worked for many years at Pizza Hut on Chadbourne and more recently with Proctor Masonry.
Randy Jordan Reyes is survived by his parents Randy Reyes and Jessica Suarez, his brother Koby Reyes, beloved son Nickoli Zane Reyes, fiancee Sonya Mireles and stepson Zachariah Mireles. He is also survived by his grandparents Ruben and Alma Reyes and Antonio and Christina Suarez. Cherishing his memory will also be numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, coaches, teammates and friends.
A celebration of life will be held at Jordan’s favorite place, his bluemom and grandpa’s home.
Don’t cry for me, I’m not gone.
My soul is at rest, my heart lives on.
Light a candle for me to see
And hold on to my memory.
But save your tears
For I am still here, by your side through the years