Obituary of Nicholas Daniel Worthington, Glace Bay
It is with horrible, horrendous, terrible, tremendous broken hearts that we, the parents of Nicholas Daniel Worthington announce the sad and sudden passing of our son on September 4, 2020 at the Strait Richmond Hospital. Nicholas was born on March 30th, 2014 at the Glace Bay General Hospital to his proud parents, Lindsey Worthington and Stephen Brezuk. Among his parents Nicholas will be sadly missed by his little sister, Lilah who loved her brother so much and always looked out for him, she was her brother’s keeper and misses him dreadfully. Nicholas is survived by his grandparents, Nanny Betty Campbell, Grampy Bob Worthington and Nana Michelle Brezuk, Grampy Wayne Caines, great grandmother, Linda Brezuk and great grandmother, Margie Caines. Nicholas had many aunts and uncles who will forever miss him, Nicole Brezuk, Amanda Worthington (Jeff), Jennifer Worthington (Mark), Lacey Worthington, Robert Worthington (Jenn), Ashley Worthington (Travis) and Kelsey Worthington (Brandon). Nicholas will also be missed by all his great aunts and uncles and extended families. Nicholas loved spending time and playing with his family he’ll be sadly missed by cousins ,Aleigha, Jaelynn, Ethan, Sadie, Syd, Lucas, Chase, Kurt, Baby Victoria, Rebecca, Madison, and Brooklyn. Nicholas was a boy who loved everything and everyone, you couldn’t take him anywhere without him waving or saying hello. Nicholas loved playing with his sister and going for rides on his scooter while he raced his mommy. Nicholas loved hanging out with his daddy and going in his truck for pizza, he was his #1 fan. He also loved spending nights with his Nana, he loved to visit family and also loved to reenact stories like Goldilocks. He was a child who was adored everywhere he went, his smile would light up a room and he had an even more infectious laugh. Nicholas loved to paint, he loved to read, he loved to run, he loved walks and jumping on his trampoline, Nicholas loved swimming he was a fearless little boy. Nicholas also absolutely loved trains! Thomas the tank engine was his best bud but anything to do with trains just amazed this little guy. Nicholas was so strong and brave, he had to beat some odds when diagnosed with Autism in 2017 and ulcerative colitis in 2018. Nicholas amazed everyone with the fight he had in him, with the help of the teams we’ve worked with through the years I can genuinely say Nicholas loved each one of you and if it weren’t for people like you we may never have had the chance to hear our boy tell us he loves us. Thanks to Ashley McNamera-NSECIS and his EIBI team Britney, Tim and Ian. Thank you to our dear family friends who’ve been there always helping and willing to support Nicholas, Papa (Alan Churney), Bruce Kennedy and Trevor McNeil. Nicholas is predeceased by Great Grandparents, Wayne and Aggie Campbell, Great Grandfather, William “Billy” Caines, Great Aunt,Teresa Russell and Great Uncle, Howard Lawrence. “ You’ll be on your way up! You’ll be seeing great sights! You’ll join the high fliers who soar to high heights “ - Dr.Seuss “ Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory “ -Dr.Seuss Momma Daddy and Lilah love you baby boy, we’ll see you again in heaven. I love you forever and ever and ever! Visitation will be held on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020 in V.J. McGillivray Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 16 Reserve Street, Glace Bay from 7-9 pm. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at 11 am in the funeral home chapel, Fr. Norman MacPhee presiding. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations in memory of Nicholas may be made to a charity of one’s choice. On line condolences to the family can be expressed at: www.vjmcgillivray.ca PLEASE RESPECT SOCIAL DISTANCE REGULATIONS AND WEAR A MASK WHILE ON FUNERAL HOMES PREMISES, THANK YOU.