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Nicholas Tavel ("Nick") Grady
May 24, 1983 ~ July 22, 2023 (age 40) 40 Years Old
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Nicholas Tavel Grady, (“Nick,” “CareBear,”) age 40, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, crossed over to Heaven to be with God on July 22, 2023. He was taken from us way too soon and is missed by so many!
Nick was born in Oklahoma City, on May 24,1983. He graduated from Del City High School in Oklahoma and was married to Terina Golden shortly after High School.
Nick served with Honor and Pride in the United States Army, having been deployed on three separate occasions to foreign war zones.
Nick is a Veteran, an MMA professional, coach, a Friend to many, Brother, Uncle, Son, Grandson, a Mentor and a lot more. He would give the clothes off his back to help a friend, family, and someone he loved &/or someone he cared about.
If Nick Loved You, it was with All His Heart!
Nick is survived by Father Randy Grady, Grandmother Billie Ripple, his wife Terina Grady Golden, Many "Chosen Family Members~Mom, Brothers, Nephews and more that Truly Are his Family; and other aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews
Nick was one of those individuals who inspired and acquired many friends he grew up with, served with, lived with, who became Family to him. After his time in the US Army, he decided to make his Permanent Home in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
In Nick’s home in Fayetteville and while in the military, he became part of a large group of Friends that Truly was his Family and Love him!
Nick, We will see You in Heaven when Our work is done on earth for God! It’s hard to not have you here with us, but obviously God said, “Job Well Done My Son!”
Nick, One thing is known; the work you did for God is Shining Brightly throughout this world right now! It will continue for Generations and Generations and Generations….
You already have touched and planted so many great seeds that are growing in so many different generations now, many already starting new ones that will keep multiplying.
Those seeds will continue to grow and only get Bigger! Nick, Great Job! We are so Proud You! Nick, You Chose Our Family for You to be One of Us Always! These Ties will Never Be Broken! Forever!
If you haven’t lately, go Hug the Ones you Love, call them, keep in touch with them…..Never ever leave without saying “I Love You!”
A gathering of friends will be held from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, August 12, 2023 at Jernigan-Warren Funeral Home.