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Mark Nichols

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Mark Nichols

Cincinnati - Mark A. Nichols, 31 (2/9/87-5/9/18). Originally of Stafford NY. Mark is remembered for his witty and sarcastic sense of humor, love for his family especially his children, and his piercing blue eyes. A 2005 graduate of LeRoy HS in LeRoy NY. He then graduated in 2008 with a BS in business management from Utica College of Syracuse University in Utica NY. Mark was employed by Dave and Busters starting in 2010, most recently as an assistant general manager. He is preceded in death by his grandfathers Dean Nichols and David Price and his grandmother Dorothy Nichols. He is survived by his wife, Erin Schinasi, daughters, Sloane and Madelyn Nichols, parents, Douglas and Martha Nichols, brother, Ben (Kelly) Nichols, nieces Kenzie and Eliza Nichols, grandmothers Audrey Price and Jeanne Nichols, in-laws, Steven and Sharon Schinasi, brother in law Evan Schinasi (Lindsay Kammann), niece Harper Schinasi, and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Mark enjoyed playing and snuggling with his children, driving his '71 mustang convertible, fishing, the Adirondack mountains, hiking, tackling house projects, and watching movies. Visitation will be held at Mt Airy Forest Maple Ridge Lodge in Cincinnati OH on Saturday May 19, 2018 from 1-3pm. A memorial service will follow from 3-3:30pm. A celebration of life with games, conversation, and finger foods will occur from 3:30-5pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Mark Nichols French Park Camp Memorial Fund at US Bank. This scholarship fund has been established to celebrate Mark's love of the outdoors and children. Through this memorial fund, children in the local community will have the opportunity to attend nature camp at French Park each summer. Or consider gifting to Sloane and Madelyn Nichols Trust accounts through Erin Schinasi which will support the children financially as they grow.
Published in the Kentucky Enquirer on May 16, 2018
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