Jordanne  Hackerott

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HACKEROTT, Jordanne (Riley) Elisabeth Troy, 28, of Nashville, TN died on Friday, June 28, 2019 at her home. Jordanne was born on August 9, 1990 in Manhattan, Kansas to Troy and Caroline Hackerott. Jordanne grew up in Stillwater, Oklahoma and graduated from Hays High School in 2008. Following graduation, Jordanne moved to Seattle, WA and Los Angeles, CA before settling in Nashville, TN. In Nashville, Jordanne performed and recorded as Android Girlfriend. Through music and an outgoing personality, Jordanne created a large family of friends. Despite challenges, Jordanne was known for the light they brought the gathering of those they loved.

Jordanne is survived by a brother, Jay (Lizzie) Hackerott of Yukon, OK and their children Bradley and Liliya; grandparents Roger and Glenna Hackerott, Russell, KS; aunt Shauna Hackerott, Great Bend, KS; aunt Amanda Hackerott, Great Bend, KS, uncle David (Kelly) Sherry, Norman, OK; uncle Richard (Michelle) Sherry, Olathe, KS; uncle Kurt (Victoria) Sherry, Wichita, KS; several cousins and a family of friends. Preceding Jordanne in death were maternal grandparents James and Caroline Sherry of Abilene, KS.

A celebration of Jordanne's life is planned for July 15, 2019 at 11:00 AM St. John's Lutheran Church in Russell, KS. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Planned Parenthood, The Trevor Project (thetrevorproject.org), or the International Rescue Committee (rescue.org) be made in Jordanne's name. PHILLIPS-ROBISON FUNERAL HOME, www.phillipsrobison.com, 615-262-3312
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Melanie Folkerts
Jul 03, 2019
The joy and light Jordanne shared with those around her will always be remembered. I am glad that I had the opportunity to be one or her teachers.