Edwin J. Nordland Jr.
September 6th, 2020
Nordland, Edwin J. Jr. (September 2, 2020). Suddenly. A veteran Police Cpl. For over 40 years with the Philadelphia Police Department, and a member of the FOP Lodge #5. Beloved Husband of Jennifer A. Nordland (nee Auker). Devoted father of Edwin J Nordland III, Erik R. Nordland. Loving brother of Frances A. (Jeffrey) Slemrod, Virginia E. (Andrew) Sutor, and Lillian M. (Thomas) Fredericks. Services will be private. Per CDC guidelines Face coverings, and Social Distancing must be observed. In lieu of flowers contributions in Ed’s name may be made to the Hero Scholarship Fund, 1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19103.
I will miss Ed and his corney jokes to cheer us up. Especially, there are no……strawberries. from the Karaoke, to teaching me how to drive to your wedding to the kids and all the fun timea in between. Jenny and boys We are always here for you..you have a big village ready to support in anyway. We love you guys.
Ed was always a fun loving, devoted family man – such wonderful traits he and Jenny passed on to Eddie and Erik. I’m grateful for the many good times together between scouts and baseball. He will be missed by many. Sending our deepest sympathy to Jenny, Eddie, Erik.
Karen, Axel, Christopher and Carson
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He was such a great man who filled a room with joy and kindness when he entered. He will be missed in many ways as he touched so many people.
Ed, Elana, Tyler and Maya
Thoughts and prayers. Could always count on him being at all of Eddie’s games a “SUPER FAN”. Always a kind word and even a joke or two.
Remember the good times spent together with family and friends.
Best to evryone.
My prayers are with you during this very trying time. Ed was always gracious, kind and had a warm sense of humor. I will miss our conversations, Heaven has gained a real soldier in Ed.
We were so very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing, Jenny. He was such a nice man with a fun sense of humor. Our thoughts are with you all. Take care.
Love and prayers go to Jennie, Eddie, and Erik from our family. Ed was so funny, willing to always help others and be a great friend & father. He will be greatly missed.
We remember Ed with a big smile and a huge heart – such an endless supporter of Eddie and the basketball team. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Jenny, Eddie, & Erik we are here to support you at this tender time. Lots of love and prayers, Beckett, Quinn, Reese, Mark & Laura
I knew Ed as a colleague in the Philadelphia Police Department and as a friend. He was a highly respected and competent police officer and supervisor. He had initiative and a work ethic expected of those who have chosen public service. As a friend, he was kind, loyal and present for all who needed him. Most importantly, he was a great family man
I know his goodness will be reflected in his loving wife, Jenny, and his devoted sons, Ed and Erik, for years to come. You will all remain in my prayers.
We were all so very saddened to hear of Ed’s passing. He was such a kind hearted man. Prayers to Jenny, Eddie and Erik. He will be missed. May your memories comfort you all. He will now be your guardian angel and watch over you all.
Its been several years since our involvement with Scouts and I am so saddened to hear of Ed’s passing. You couldn’t find a nicer man than Ed Nordland. I always enjoyed talking to him and he was always very nice to Garrison. We will keep Jenny, Erik and Eddie in our thoughts and prayers. The Hyde family
I’m so sad to hear of Ed’s passing! There was not a more gentle, loving and funny man! Jenny, I’m so sorry for you and the boys! You have my deepest condolences.
My heart goes out to Mr. Nordland’s family. We grew to become family over the eight years I knew him; he was a caring, friendly spirit. I will never forget those car rides (the ones I was awake for) when he would talk the confidence back into us after a tough baseball loss. I speak on behalf of the entire Mangum family when I say that he was loved and will be sorely missed.