Condolence: Cindy, Bob & Gretchen,
Our hearts break for you and your family at the loss of Nate. I remember how well he got along with everyone old or young. Hitting it right off with Rob, our now son-in-law, at the family reunion. It was like they had been best buds forever. That was gift. Please know that we will keep you and him in our prayers.
Condolence: Dear Cindy and Bob,
We are deeply sad to hear of Nate's passing . We have fond memories of many camping trips, many Christmas Eves and various other occasions together. Although the pain and loss must be unbearable, hold your memories close and rejoice in his life. Although we cannot physically be with you on the 12th we will be there in our hearts and minds.
With love, sadness and peace. Claire and Billy
Condolence: I am so deeply saddened by the loss of Nate. It is almost unfathomable that a person I have known throughout my life is now watching over those he loves from another place. Although I've known Nate since I was little, I knew him mostly as my favorite substitute teacher when I was in high school. He always had such an innate ability to connect with others, regardless of anything. I believe, even for those of us who knew him only at various points in our lives, Nate left an indelible mark, something good, that I know I will always carry with me. I'm grateful to have met him, to have known him, because he was a truly unique person with a good heart and who appreciated the humor in the world around him. He will be sorely missed by many, but that just proves how many lives he has touched and how truly loved he will always be.
Condolence: Nate was the most caring and giving person. We were roommates freshman year at W&L and close friends thereafter. I have so many college memories that could only occur with Nate involved. He will be greatly missed.
Condolence: Cindy, Bob, and Gretchen,
My deepest, most heartfelt condolences on the passing of Nate. He was truly one of a kind, and his presence in my life contributed to shaping me into the person I am today. I promise you he will never be forgotten by anyone who knew him.
Condolence: Nate was a good friend, fraternity brother, and roommate to me during our days at W&L. His smile, energy and humor will be missed but not forgotten. RIP Nate, and my condolences to the Tencza family.
Condolence: Nate had one of the biggest heart of anybody I know. I met him when I was 16 years old from day one he was just a great person. We've been friends for 2/3 of my life when I needed him he was always there for me. When nobody else was there Nate was and he helped me in so many ways. He's just a great person all around and he will be very very missed. My condolences to his Mr and Mrs Tencza and Gretchen and Spencer my heart truly goes out to you guys and I'm so sorry for your loss. Heaven truly gained a great one.
Condolence: Nate was so good to me. I was a brand new volunteer at the John J. Nerden RTC camp at the age of 13. He took me under his wing as his volunteer, and guided me in a totally different world that I had never known. Camp became my heart and soul, the foundation for my growth. Nate was the gardener watering the new seed, me. I still remember my first volunteer dinner. Nate and Gretchen got me a gym bag and a card that said I broke the mold. It felt like Christmas. Those are the moments that change a lifetime, and I am forever grateful to Nate and Gretchen.