Nathan Daman Obituary, Death – This morning, my uncle Nathan Daman abruptly took his last ride and went away as the result of an accident that occurred earlier this morning. He leaves behind a large number of people who were deeply devoted to him as well as a great number of hearts that are shattered and will never fully recover. Ever since I can remember, Nathan and I have enjoyed this incredibly amazing connection. As we were growing up, he was the cool babysitter and uncle who invited us to tag along with him and his friends whenever they went skating or just hung out at the Evansdale gas station.
The fact that I have an uncle who is so much younger than I am has made him feel more like a big brother and a buddy to me than anything else. When I moved to Evanston after finishing high school, he took me under his wing, found me a position where he worked, and invited me to learn and play golf with him and his friend on a weekly basis. Down there, I didn’t have any pals, but I always had him. He was always someone I looked up to because I always thought he was so cool, and he was always someone I looked up to.
Nathan was entertaining and quick witted, and wherever he went, he brought with him a good time for all. Nathan was a kind and generous man who always had the greatest of intentions. He was devoted and self-motivated, and he took a great deal of satisfaction in his professional accomplishments. He never stopped wanting to increase his knowledge and improve himself. He was a boujee individual who appreciated the better things in life. He had a taste for the finer things in life. He was a brilliant thinker and an engaging participant in conversation.