My husband and I ( both fellow veterans ) are in awe of your Service to Country and so proud to call you family. Our loss to not have had the opportunity to meet you. Thank you to the family for sharing so that when we see you on the family tree we will know your story and recognize you as part of that Great Pompa Generation that the Good Lord Blessed us all with. May you Rest In Heavenly Peace...........Sincere Sympathy to all your love ones.........Jim and Cruz Parris
Tio Nick you made our lives brighter. We loved the stories you shared around the kitchen table at Tia Eva's . It is part of history we would not have know if it had not been for you and your two wonderful sisters. We both have great respect for you. OUR LOVE Your Nephews Louie and Melvin
Uncle Nick. As your niece and an Army wife of 42 years, I was always proud of your military service. Your sister Lydia Trevino Rodriguez, my mother, gave me your paratrooper wings when she felt she could no longer keep them safe--she is now 99 years old. I wore them proudly to many events and functions honoring our military veterans and shared some of your stories. I now have your sister and will take care of her until her time comes to meet you and Tia Elvira in heaven. May God receive you with open arms and comfort those loved ones you left behind. You and mom have had a great life and leave a rich legacy for us to build on.
Tio Nick you know how much I loved you. You can now rest in the arms of our Lord your work on earth is done.
This Man wuz the only Male Figure n Me & my brothers life he went without many of days just so DAT we had smiles on our little faces. I love this Man with everything in me my heart aches. U r now looking down on us smiling with grandma. Ur great grandbabies will know who u were. U not only wuz my grandpa u wuz my Daddy! I love you
Thank you Grandpa for loving me...
After a long time of living without Mama, you can now finally find peace next to her side, You've served our country, fought many battles, Rest in peace grandpa....
Prayers from Japan..
Tio Nico, I will miss your funny stories and the way you would cut up with us. I'm glad I got to see you last weekend. Thank you so much for your service to our country!! Love you!
Although I can't be with you while you remember your loved one, you're in my thoughts from afar.
I thank my father for teaching me a work ethic. It made my military career a breeze. He was an excellent provider (often working multiple jobs)and cared for all of us very much.