Nicholas A. Aronis

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Nicholas A. Aronis

AGE: 30 • Northampton, PA

Nicholas A. Aronis, 30, of Northampton, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, June 2, 2014. Born in Long Branch, New Jersey, he was the son of Milton N. Aronis of Belmar, NJ and Dawn C. (Currier) Prendeville and her husband, Michael J. Prendeville of Hanover Twp., Pa. Nick was a graduate of Liberty High School, class of 2002, Northampton Community College class of 2004 in Automotive Technology and Welder Training and Testing Institute in 2011. He was a Mechanic/Welder, who worked for Versalift East in Bethlehem for the past 3 years and previously for Chevy 21 and Fedx. Nicholas was a gun enthusist, a member of the NRA and he had a deep appreciation for music. He loved his friends and family and enjoyed being with them.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother, Alex Aronis of Bethlehem; a brother, Michael C. Prendeville and a sister, Emily Prendeville with their parents, maternal grandfather, Lloyd Currier and his wife, Rosalba of Hackensack, NJ; Uncle Harry Aronis and his wife, Kathy of Brick, NJ; Uncle John Aronis of West Belmar, NJ; Uncle James Aronis of Belmar, NJ; Uncle Chris Aronis and his wife, Rhonda and Uncle Mike Aronis and his wife, Carmen, all of California; Uncle Gregory Currier and his wife, Angela and Uncle Jonathan Currier and his wife Bonnie, all of Georgia; as well as cousins, Kathleen, Susan, Angelina, Sabrina, Alexis, Jake, Santino and Stephen and lifelong friends, Moyer, Kado, JxRx and T-bird.

Calling hours will be held Sunday, June 8, from 2-4 PM and 6-8PM and Monday from 8:30-9:30 AM in the Long Funeral Home, 500 Linden Street, Bethlehem. Service begins with prayers at 9:30 AM Monday in the Funeral Home followed by a Mass of Christian Burial Monday, at 10AM in St. Anne's Catholic Church, 450 Washington Ave., Bethlehem 18017. A memory tribute may be placed at

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Long Funeral Home
500 Linden Street Bethlehem, PA 18018
(610) 866-8059
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Published in Asbury Park Press on June 6, 2014
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