Nathan was a very complex, sensitive man, a deep thinker. A brilliant man always wanting to gain knowledge his latest study was Physics and the Universe. He was an Artist. He loved to draw in ink, just black and white. His heart, mind and soul was released on paper. He was a master woodworker many of his pieces could be in a gallery. He loved Legos, enjoyed model building, welding and fabrication. He loved Star Trek and started watching every single episode. He enjoyed all types of music. He liked to write poems expressing his own deep inner feelings. Nathan was most at peace riding his tractor on our 10 acres. In his shop/garage he was always working on something.
He could fix anything. He loved all animals and reptiles. He leaves behind three beautiful donkeys and a goat named Noah. He will be greatly missed by his family and dear friends, And his wife, Dawn. They were partners, best friends, and soul mates. I love you Nathan, always have, always will. Let us not say good-bye, but see you again.
I hope you’re painting in color now!