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Eva “Bunny” Jourdan

Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Eva “Bunny” Jourdan
Eva “Bunny” Jourdan

Eva “Bunny” Jourdan, a cherished wife, mother, sister, gammy, and greatgammy, passed from this life, on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, in Andrews, TX. Born on January 25, 1954, in Kermit, TX, to the late Charles and Yvonne Dick, she was a beacon of love and care throughout her life.

Family and friends gathered to celebrate her life at 2:00PM, Monday, February 5, 2024, at the McNett Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements are under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home.

Bunny was a graduate of Kermit High School and furthered her education in Massage Therapy, a field where she dedicated 22 years of her life. Known fondly as a “miracle worker” by her family and patients, Bunny’s healing hands and compassionate spirit left a lasting impact on all she touched. On October 19, 2013, she married her beloved husband, Rodney Jourdan, in Odessa, TX, and they shared a bond that was both tender and strong.

She is survived by her loving husband, Rodney Jourdan of Andrews, TX; her daughters, Rebekah McBride and husband Steve of Sherman, TX, Rita Harris and husband Richard of Bells, TX, Allison Gardner and husband Russell of Temple, TX, and Jinah Yoo and husband Kenneth Owen of McKinny, TX. Bunny’s legacy also lives on through her dear brother, Michael Dick and wife Deena of Lubbock, TX, and her sisters, Valerie Duncan and husband Joe of Odessa, TX, and Cynthia McNabb and husband Bobby of Odessa, TX.

Bunny’s joy was multiplied by her eight grandchildren, Heather Corzine, Bridgett House, Ashley Shrum, Austin May, Nevaeh McBride, McKynlee McBride, Gavin McBride, and Cyrus “Vegas” Gardner. Her three greatgrandchildren, Brailea Corzine, June Allen, and Braxton House, as well as one great-grandchild on the way, also brought her immense happiness.

Throughout her life, Bunny was the cornerstone of her family. Like a mother to her siblings in their youth, she ensured she was always there for them. Her nurturing nature extended beyond her family, touching the lives of many who knew her.

Her interests were a reflection of her love for the simple pleasures in life. Bunny was an avid crafter, whose creative talents brought beauty into the world. She found solace in her garden, tending to the earth, and took great delight in birdwatching, often marveling at the wonder of winged creatures.

Bowling was another pastime she enjoyed, where she fostered friendships and shared laughter.

Bunny’s love for her family was unparalleled. She adored her family, and her presence was a source of comfort and joy. Her guidance, warmth, and unconditional love will be profoundly missed but never forgotten.

As we bid farewell to Eva “Bunny” B. Jourdan, we celebrate a life lived with purpose, grace, and an abundance of love. Her spirit will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to have known her, and her memory will be cherished forever in the hearts of her loved ones.

The family would like to extend their sincerest appreciation to the Emergency Department Staff at Permian Regional Medical Center, and to the First Responders who did everything they could to help Bunny. Thank you for the dignity and respect you showed for not only Bunny but her family as well.

Bunny was a lover of living plants, so in lieu of flowers, plants have been requested by the family.