“My prayers are with all of you. Nate was a really great guy who managed to bring a bit of sunshine wherever he was. Knowing him was a blessing. May God bless you with peace and comfort in this time of sorrow.
“So sorry for your loss- peace and understanding for the family.
“I had the wonderful opportunity to know Nate as a co-worker and friend when we worked at Play It Again sports for several years. Nate was like a big brother to me and I will always remember and cherish the good times we had together. Love you brother, see you in Heaven one day.
“We were so saddened to learn of the loss of your son Nate. Our deepest condolences, Diane & Gary Hocz
“I'm grateful for the time we got to share together. Missy and I love you very much and know that there are going to be some very fit souls in Heaven from here on out. Rest in Peace little brother. -Mike
“I feel blessed to have worked with Nate in college. We had many good times cutting up at Play It Again Sports in Middletown. Nate was about as positive and good hearted as a man can be! I will miss his great laugh and this world lost a great person. It's funny/ironic that Josh and I graduated together and I feel lucky to have met Nate after high school. I will miss my buddy, and want Josh and family to know you are in our thoughts and prayers!!
“I didn't know Nate well, but the few times I was around him, I was amazed at his energy and his zest for life. He was always upbeat, and loved to interact and engage people. The world is a lesser place without him in it. He will sorely be missed.
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News Death NoticeREGENSBURG, Nathaniel J. age 37, of Middletown died Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties. He was born December 10, 1974 in Middletown, the son of John T. Regensburg and Carolyn L. (Porter) McCabe. Nathaniel graduated from Middletown High...Read More