Nicholas L. Aldinger
1982 - 2019
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Nicholas L. Aldinger

MANCHESTER - Nicholas (Nick) Aldinger, 36, passed away at 1:27 PM, Friday, July 5, 2019, at York Hospital.

Nick was born October 30, 1982, in York and is the son of Bryan and Kim (Andrews) Aldinger.

Nick graduated from Northeastern High School in 2001, and Yorktowne Business Institute in 2003 with a degree in Culinary Arts. He was a Chef at York College for 7 years before realizing his dream and becoming an EMT with UMPC and several other EMT departments in York County.

Nick started his public service as a volunteer fire police with Union Fire department in Manchester, PA, at the age of 16 and continued as a firefighter for Eagle Fire Company in Mt. Wolf.

Nicholas is survived by his parents, his sister, Nicole Daisey and her husband Shane of Red Lion; his nephew Jordan Daisey of Red Lion; his maternal grandparents, Vance and Beverly Andrews of Manchester; paternal grandfather, Lester Aldinger of Mt. Wolf; aunts, uncles, and cousins. Nick is also survived by everyone who called him brother, uncle, and friend, which is too many to list here.

A celebration of life service will begin at 7:00 PM, Friday, July 12, 2019, at The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 87 South Main Street, Mount Wolf. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Friday at the funeral home. Burial will be private. Officiating at the service will be Reverend Laura Bair from Starview United Church of Christ.

Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider Eagle Fire Company, 54 Center Street, Mount Wolf, PA. 17347 or Jr., First Responders Camp, 1 Hacc Drive, Harrisburg, PA. 17110.

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Published in York Dispatch on Jul. 8, 2019.
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July 12, 2019
Kim, Bryan, Nicole and Jordan,
My family and I are keeping you all, in our thoughts and our prayers. May Nicks legacy live on in the lives of all whom he has touched. Especially Jordan, so young to lose such an influential Uncle, and his Uncle Nick was far too young to leave this earth.
Meeting Nick when he was a teenager, working with his Grandfather at Tighe Industries was a hoot. He was a funny guy back then wearing his WWE tshirts. Lol
And I was truly happy when he tutored Kayla when she was in Orendorf Elementary. She really liked him and he helped her so much.
And then quite a few years later, he came to my rescue by carrying me into my home the night I partied too hard with you all at the Manchester Fire Company dance. I'll never forget that Kim told me I wrapped my arms around his neck and told him that I loved him. And I did. I loved him then and I love him now. As so many others do.
He was an all around nice guy, and heartwarming, smooth talking, smack talking, joke cracking, loyal, dependable, respectable man. The whole Aldinger family is a respectable family. It troubles me that I couldn't come to the services Friday night. I don't do good with those kinds of things. Know that I and the entirety of my immediate family are thinking of each of you and have nothing but love and admiration for you all. Prayers will go up for you all on a regular basis.
You are loved by us all. May God bless and keep you in everything you think, say or do.
Missy Richardson
July 11, 2019
So much sorrow and not enough words to say how special Nick was to so many. I consider myself blessed to have known him. Whenever I hear a Luke Combs song I will smile and think of him. Keeping the entire family and extended family in my thoughts and prayers. Watch over us all Nick!
Diane Eppard
July 11, 2019
Nick graduated with my daughter and I remember him as a unique individual, very funny and nice kid. I am so sorry for your loss.
Brenda Firestone
July 11, 2019
Big Nick,

You were one of the first people my I met when i came to the fire service. The summer of 2013 will always be a special one - we had a great crew. Fast forward a few more years and you were driving me on MICU 89-5 and good times were had again. Thanks for some great memories. You were a true brother and You'll never be forgotten.
Joel A.
July 10, 2019
When I heard of nick's passing it took my breathe away and my heart sank. I just cant imagine what you must be feeling right now. I will miss his witty post on Facebook. My condolences
Peggy Williams
July 9, 2019
I love you brother. I will cherish all the good times we shared. You touched so many lives without even realizing it. You left a void in so many hearts.
Clair Rivera
July 8, 2019
When I pulled into the fire company lot and saw Nicks car it meant it was going to be a good shift that day! RIP Buddy
Roni Dickmyer
July 8, 2019
Rest In Peace my friend.
Carrie Ann Merrifield
July 8, 2019
My heart sank when I read about Nick. So sorry to hear. Your family is in my prayers.
Sherry (Stoppard) Dunbar
July 8, 2019
So sorry for your loss! Nick was a great man! Rest easy big guy!
Dereck Jadro
July 8, 2019
Dear Bryan and Kim, I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your son. Prayers to you and your family during this time of sadness and days ahead.
Butch & Jody (Bray) Duncan
July 7, 2019
I got to know nick through the emergency service he will be missed Rest easy my friend fly high
Walter Winemiller
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