Nicholas Lee “Nick” Harvill
September 15, 1996 – June 25, 2021
Preceded in death by maternal grandmother, Mary Hurt; paternal grandparents; Tony and Mary Gomez. Survived by parents, Brian Gomez and Sherry Harvill; maternal grandfather, Gary Harvill; sisters, Breanna and Taya Harvill; uncles and aunts; Terry Gomez, Danny Harvill, Starlet Zaragoza (Max), Anita Olson (John), Gayle Swanson (Dave), Melanie Moreno (Randy), Tony Gomez (Jae), Yvette Berton (Zack) and over 100 cousins.
Nicholas graduated from Westside High School in 2014. He had a passion to cook and one day wanted to own his own restaurant. Nick worked at the Grey Plume and was eventually promoted to Jr. Sous Chef. He moved to Charleston, South Carolina eleven months ago to pursue his love for cooking.
Nicholas loved to take long walks, ride his skateboard, experience new foods, get lost on trails in Yellowstone and Colorado, and spend the day at the ocean. Nicholas was a free spirit, adventurous, daring, and very outgoing. His happiest times were spent with friends and family. Nick was a shoulder to lean on, the first to give a huge hug, and a smile and eyes that lit up the room.
Words can’t express the immense pain this tragedy has caused. All the love and support is truly a testament of our son’s character. Nicholas is now peacefully resting until we meet again.
Family will receive friends on Tuesday, July 6th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel.
FUNERAL SERVICES: Wednesday, July 7th at 10:30am at the West Center Chapel.
Interment: Evergreen Cemetery.
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