Who is Grocery Clerk Leilani Jordan Bio-Wiki, Age, Mother(Zenobia Shepherd), Corona Virus, Maryland And  Giant Food

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Leilani Jordan Biography-Wiki

Leilani Jordan is an American 27-year-old Grocery Clerk From Maryland who died from Coronavirus after she refused to stop working because she wanted to help people. She worked at Giant Food in Largo, 

Leilani Jordan had a disability, but she told her mom she wanted to continue working at Giant Food because she wanted to help people, CBS affiliate WUSA-TV reports.

However, her last day at work was March 16. Giant Food officials said on March 28, the store learned that Jordan was sick and She was hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms and tragically lost her battle with the disease, Giant Food confirmed to CBS News.

Her Mother Described her as a caring person who was concerned for her health she on  one occasion told her mother I have to take my own hand sanitizer because there’s none available, there are no gloves available,

She had worked in the store for Six years.

Leilani Jordan Age|Date of Birth|Birthday

Leilani was 27 yueras of age as of her time of death. details regarding her exact age and date of birth are still under investigation we will update when accurate information is available.

Leilani Jordan Height

She stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her height we will update when accurate information is available.

Leilani Jordan  Mother Zenobia Shepherd

Her Mother was Zenobia Shepherd who after her death was very tearful in an interview with  CBS she called her daughter a Butterfly.

As the coronavirus pandemic intensified, Leilani Jordan insisted on going to her job as a clerk at a Maryland grocery so she could help seniors, her mother said.

She had challenges of her own, as a worker with cerebral palsy. But as shoppers around the country raided shelves for necessities in early to mid-March, Jordan wanted to make sure the elderly got theirs.

“It’s just crazy here at work … but somebody’s got to do it,” Jordan said, according to her mother, Zenobia Shepherd. “I’ve got to help the older people.”
“She was doing everything for them: Helping them put their groceries in their walkers, to helping them get into lifts,” Shepherd said.
Then the 27-year-old became sick.

Leilani Jordan Giant Food

A 27-year-old grocery store clerk from Maryland wanted to keep working through the coronavirus pandemic, even though her job put her at risk. Leilani Jordan had a disability, but she told her mom she wanted to continue working at Giant Food because she wanted to help people, CBS affiliate WUSA-TV reports.

However, Jordan’s last day at work was March 16. Giant Food officials said on March 28, the store learned that Jordan was sick. She was hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms and tragically lost her battle with the disease, Giant Food confirmed to CBS News..

“She was my butterfly,” Jordan’s mother, Zenobia Shepherd “She was my butterfly,” Jordan’s mother, Zenobia Shepherd, told WUSA. “I know she’s in heaven and she’s there welcoming everybody.”

Shepherd said her daughter worked at the store in Largo, Maryland for six years as part of Giant Food’s disability program. “She just loved her little job,” Shepherd said. “She did whatever they needed helping people.”]

Leilani Jordan  Corona Virus

A mother is mourning the loss of her 27-year-old daughter — her “butterfly” — who died of coronavirus after refusing to miss a day working at her Maryland grocery store job.

Leilani Jordan “wanted to help anyone that she came in contact with” at her job as a clerk at a Giant Food in Largo, her mother Zenobia Shepherd told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle in a tearful interview Thursday.

But Jordan was concerned about her safety at work. “She said to me ‘Mom … I have to take my own hand sanitizer because there’s none available, there’s no gloves available,'” Shepherd said.

 

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