Sunrise: September 9, 1993, ; Sunset: January 22, 2022. Nate graduated from Colchester High School in Colchester Vermont and attended Norwich University. Nathan proudly served his country. He was a member of the Vermont Air National Guard and the Texas Air National Guard. Nate was a professional diver and he loved the sea. Nathan was preceded in death by his Maternal Grandparents; Kathryn Joanne Malloy and Gerald Mark Malloy, of Underhill, Vermont and Davenport,Florida.
Nathan was born on September 9 1993 in Burlington, Vermont and died tragically on January 22, 2022 in Austin ,Texas.
Nothing could dull Nate's shine or put out his fire. He had a love for all living things. He was such a positive person and never spoke an ill word about anyone. He always found the best in any situation. Nate always chose to see the best in people and was a kind and generous person. He would always say, “you should always look at the bright side and enjoy the time you have with people."He would give the shirt off his back, literally, to help someone in need.
Stories shared from Nate's family and friends all have the same theme. He loved to have a great time and was a free spirit. He lived in the moment and seized each opportunity to realize his dreams. His smile was totally contagious. He was known to speak to complete strangers and strike up a full conversation. He loved people and people loved him.
Nathan was very talented and could build just about anything. He enjoyed traveling overseas and had many adventures including skiing the Swiss Alps and visiting many different countries. He loved to work on cars and rebuilt many. Nate had a love of music and had an amazing voice. He was a kind and genuinely loving person who blessed us all with his presence. His vibrant energy was felt by all who knew him. His heart could fill a room and was the best of friends to those he loved and cherished. The tragic and senseless loss of a son, brother, uncle, friend cannot be expressed in mere words. His absence leaves this world with a great loss and there will never be another soul like Nathan.
Nathan is survived by his parents, Mary Kathryn (Malloy)McPherson and Geoffrey Alan Limoge.Step father William "Bill" McPherson, Geoff's wife Elena and her daughter Lexi. Nathan is survived by his siblings, William ``Billy" McPherson , Nicholas Limoge, his wife Brianna their children, Danielle Tussing her husband Michael, their children and Travis Limoge. Paternal Grandparents; Raymond and Patricia Limoge of Melbourne,Florida and many other loving family members and friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held from 2:00-6:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 2, 2022, at The Pavilion at Bayside Park, Colchester, Vermont