Stephen T. (Steve) Jordan was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and moved with his family to McAllen, Texas in 1947 where he graduated from High School in 1957. He attended Southern Methodist University (SMU) and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 1962.
Before moving to Horseshoe Bay in 2007, Jordan had formerly been a Dallas resident for 50 years. He started his banking career in Farmers Branch, a suburb of Dallas with First City Bank, a member of First City Bancorporation of Texas, Inc. where he was promoted and served as President for 11 years before transferring to First City Bank of Dallas where he served as President for 5 years. Jordan was recruited and joined Merrill Lynch Private Capital as Executive Director 1983 where he served 7 years before returning to commercial banking as President of Capital Bank of Dallas, a position he held for 4 years before the bank changed hands.
Following his banking career Jordan was an executive search consultant with Ray and Berndtson, International (acquired by AT Kearney) where he served until retirement.
Jordan has served in the past on the board of several organizations including: Visa USA, Texas Bankers Association, State of Texas Property Tax Board, Carrollton - Farmers Branch School Board, Baylor Medical Foundation, SMU - Cox School of Business, Circle 10 Council - Boy Scouts of America, Salesmanship Club of Dallas and the Executive Committee for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. In addition, he served as Chairman of Carter Bloodcare and Chairman of Farmers Branch Hospital Authority- RHD Hospital.
Since moving to Horseshoe Bay Jordan has been active in a variety of activities including serving as the Men of Faith's Breakfast Committee Chairman since inception in 2007. He was one of the organizers of the Horseshoe Bay Sports Club and continues to serve as a director. He was elected to serve on the Board of the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners Association (POA) in 2009 where his responsibilities included serving as Secretary, Treasurer and President (term expired March 2012).
Jordan was elected to serve on the City Council in November of 2012 and as Mayor in November 2013. He was re-elected as Mayor in 2015.
Jordan and his wife, Peggy, are active members of the Church at Horseshoe Bay. They have a combined family of 4 children and 3 grandchildren living in Dallas, Portland and Bulverde.