I am so very sorry for your loss and my deepest sympathy goes out to all of you in this most difficult time. I am hoping you all will remember the times we spent together many years ago and I apologize for not keeping in touch. Please know that our friendships will always be an important part of my life. Wishing you peace and strength and may God bless all of you with heartwarming memories of Nick.
To Family and Friends,
I am deeply saddened to hear of Nick's passing. I remember the “good old days” with Nick, as we shared classes and played together as kids at C. F. Holiday School and enjoyed playing Jess Haines league youth baseball coached by our Dads who both worked at NCR.
In grade school, I remember the British Invasion and Nick looked cool with his Beatle haircut and his Nehru jacket. Nick was Mod and looked like a member of the Dave Clark Five. Nick was cool . . . Later in younger days, we began our first jobs together and gravitated toward, hot-rods, chicks, the 60's music and the Beach Boys. Hot rods, drag racing and girls and we seemed to be living the American dream. We did a lot cruzin' at Frisch's, the Country Kitchen and the drive-in Southland 75. Frequently, we would get in trouble together with the rest of our like-minded buddies . . . but it was mostly just good clean fun growing during these great times.
Nick was my lifelong friend. I will truly miss him. There is a void in my heart.
May God Bless Nick's family and friends at this most difficult time.
We had some fun at Marion's, playing softball, "The She". You were a cool dude.
My thoughts and prayers for Nick's family! God Bless!
Margie K. Thompson
So very sorry to hear about Nick. My prayers for the whole family.
connie mcclain bates