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Nathan Lee Meyer

- September 2, 2018

43, of Conifer, passed away at his home on Sunday, September 2, 2018.

He is survived by his wife Sonja; children Nathan Jr., Isabella “Izi”, Chloe, and Sammy; mother Barbara Eichhorn; and sister Lisa Schoaf. He was preceded in death by his father Terry Meyer.

 Memorial contributions in memory of Nathan Meyer may be made to the Nathan L. Meyer Memorial Fund at any 1st Bank location.


5 Responses

  1. Matthew Theis says:

    Thoughts and prayers sent to the Meyer family. I knew Nathan in high school & being on the wrestling team. He was always a nice guy & good friend.

  2. Mary Ann Hagan says:

    To Nate’s dear family, My heart is so saddened for your loss. I didn’t get to work with Nate for very long a few years ago, but I so enjoyed his friendliness and helpfulness. I remember that he loved his family. You all will always be in my prayers. May God comfort you and give you His Strength and Peace so that you feel His Love every day. You are never alone.

  3. Heather and Jeff Morris says:

    Nate was such a loving and friendly man! Our prayers are with you Sonja and family!

  4. Mendal and Sue Mearkle says:

    Ike’s sister, Sue and husband Mendal want to extend our deepest condolences to Nate’s wife, Sonja, and their 4 children. Your loss is very great and so sudden. May God comfort you in your time of loss and may He direct your steps in your uncertain future. To Barbie, Ike and all other family members, we grieve along with you and our heart is broken for all of you. May your faith strengthen and comfort you in the coming days, and months, and may you find peace as you cherish your memories of Nate and his family.

  5. Stacy says:

    My deepest condolences. I have worked with Nate over the last 8 years and considered him a friend. What a tremendous loss, he will be truly missed.

    Every time we talked we’d say ‘hey, let’s go get a beer after work sometime soon’, but it’s been a couple years since we had done so and soon never came again. Life is so short and fragile. My thoughts are with you and your family.