Hi, I’m Phil Jordan and welcome you to learn and grow while I share my experiences and talents.
Phil Jordan graduated from Corning Community College in 1970 with an Associates of Arts Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences. He also attended the State University of New York at Brockport where he graduated in 1972 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education, majoring in High School Spanish. In 1990, Phil successfully completed his requirements for a Master’s of Science in education degree from Elmira College. His thesis work was in the role of funeral service in the grief process. After having been ordained in 1988 as a non-denominational Inter-Faith Minister, Phil is the former Pastor-in-Charge of a small country church, the Caroline Center Church, in Caroline Center, NY and presently serves as the Pastor of St. Luke's Chapel located in Van Etten, NY. He graduated from the prestigious Simmons School of Funeral Service in Syracuse, NY in 1988 and passed the requirements to be licensed as a New York State funeral director in 1989.
After working with police to find a missing boy, Tommy Kennedy, he attended and graduated from the New York State Municipal Police Training Academy . Shortly after graduation, the Tioga County Sheriff had him sworn in as a Deputy to assist in other cases. He continues to work with police agencies in all levels of government across the country. His cases include missing persons, homicide, and arson to name a few. His investigative skills and unusual abilities have earned him respect consulting with police agencies throughout the world. Many of his accomplishments and successes have been documented in television episodes on Court TV/Tru TV, Biography, A&E and other major networks, in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Europe and Africa.