Nathan created a legacy that needs no explanation, if you knew him you knew this. He was so much more than anything you could ever read about him in any publication. Everything he did, he did with his whole heart and a passion that surpasses comprehension.
He was an honorable and well decorated solider. He devoted his life to his military career. He was passionate about serving our great country and he strived for the professionalism and perfection he felt was sewn into the green beret.
Nathan is known for his incredible sense of humor and his ability to make you laugh, along with his loyalty, reliability, honesty, and candor. He told exciting stories, always offered to lend a hand, and easily made life-long friends. His love for his family, adventure, his career, our beautiful country, skydiving, camping, being outdoors with his children and teaching them countless life lessons is indescribable.
Nate loved living life to the fullest. Although he passed before we were ready to let him go, he lived more life in the 36 years of his, then most do in 100. The way he died is the way he lived, “If you’re not living life on the edge, you’re taking up too much room”, he embodied that until the end.