In loving memory of
8th November 2004 - 27th May 2022
Nathan sadly passed away on 27th May. His untimely death will be a shock to many, however the family wish to invite you to a service that will be as much a celebration of his life as it will be a time for mourning. So please join us:
2.30pm on Thursday 30th June, St John’s Hampton Wick
Dress code is whatever. Come as you are. Black is fine and so is colour. Nathan liked purple.
Following the service, immediate family will attend a brief Committal at Kingston Crematorium.
After the service, you are welcome to join us at The Warehouse, the community hall located across the car park next to the church. For those who wish to do so, there will be time after the service to take some time out in the grounds of Bushy Park, just across the road from the church.
It would be enormously helpful if you could RSVP below so that we can plan for catering:
HOW TO GET THERE
St John’s Hampton Wick
Kingston upon Thames
The church is located along Church Grove (which turns into Bushy Park Road), opposite Bushy Park, not far from Kingston Bridge.
Parking is available for up to 28 cars, behind to the side of the church. Or there is metered parking opposite.
Nathan taught himself to play guitar during lockdown, and in the last six months he devoted much time to learning new songs and techniques. Playing the guitar became his passion and was a great comfort. He appreciated all styles and played songs by Chuck Berry, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Jimi Hendrix, Simon & Garfunkel, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, Credence Clearwater Revival, Lynyrd Skynyrd, AC-DC, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, The Jam, The Smiths, Nirvana, Oasis and more. We would like more young people to have the opportunity to experience the joy of music so In lieu of floral tributes we invite you to donate to our chosen charity Music for All, dedicated to changing lives across the UK by improving access to music making.