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Nicholas Adam Stegall

Stegall, Nicholas Adam 02/13/18 after struggling for years with worsening asthma, age 24 resident of Batavia. Son of Vince and Sally Stegall. Brother of Holli (Jeremy) Burnett, Uncle of Cameron and Cooper, also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. Family will receive friends Saturday 3PM until 4PM at Moore Family Funeral Home, 225 Spring Street, Batavia. Nick worked at Clermont Steel Fabricators where he proudly took part in building roller coasters for amusement parks all over the world. In his spare time, he enjoyed playing pool with his dad, cheering on the Colts with his “squad” and being a great, great friend to his sister. He loved being outdoors, especially camping at Red River Gorge. He loved watching movies, Game of Thrones, playing video games and reading. Nick was a loyal friend and had a great heart. He would do anything for those he loved. His family and friends are truly blessed to have shared the 24 short years we were given with him. Nick is now at peace. Nick was a 2012 graduate from Turpin High School and a member of the Steel Workers Local #6413.

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So many memories I will hold in my heart, till I can hold you in my arms again. :heart:

Sally Stegall Feb 15 2018 12:38 PM

I had Nick in my photography class at Turpin a while back. He had a complicated relationship with the work that he needed to do for that class, but our relationship was not complicated. Nick was a kind, thoughtful and respectful young man with a great smile and charming humor. He charmed me so much, that I gave him an old Marshall Faulk jersey that I had in my closet because he was so passionate about his Colts. I ran into him a couple of years after he had graduated and he wondered if I remembered him. Of course I did. He was filled with hopefulness for what was coming in his life, and I was so glad to see that. I am so sorry to hear that the world won't have a little more kindness and love in it now. I can't imagine the sorrow everyone in his family and close circle of friends must be feeling right now. Just know that he made me smile, and will be missed here in the Art Department of Turpin High School. -Roderick Vesper

Roderick Vesper Feb 15 2018 12:00 PM