Nicholas David “Nick” Contreras

26 January 2011

Born : June 28, 1997

Passed Away: January 13, 2011

Nicholas David Contreras, son of Kirsti and David Contreras, brother of John (JP) Philip Contreras passed away on January 13, 2011 as a result of an unfortunate accident.  He was a joy in our lives and all whom he came into contact with.  Fun, curious, creative, artistic, athletic, he loved little kids, he loved music, he loved art, he loved adventure.  He was known for his big heart and his big smile.  But most of all he loved his family, friends and his heavenly father whom he is now with spreading his love and kindness from heaven.

For those who would like to celebrate his life and keep his memory alive you may donate in his memory to one of three organizations that were dear to his heart.  Adventure Christian Youth Group, 6401 Stanford Ranch Road.  Roseville, Ca. 95678.  (There is going to be a bench placed at the children’s youth center at the church in is name) Buljan Middle School Woodshop, 100 Hallissy Drive,  Roseville, Ca. 95678-5922.  (916) 771-1720.  Placer SPCA. 150 Corporate Yard Road.  Roseville, Ca. 95678.

Then little children were brought to Jesus for him to place his hands on them and pray for them.  But the disciples rebuked those who brought them.  Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19: 13-14

For those of you who would like to celebrate the life of Nick Contreras and help to keep his memory alive, and to contribute memories and thoughts you are welcome to join the facebook group listed below.

Memorial Services, Memorials

11 Comments to “Nicholas David “Nick” Contreras”

  1. Gage Ledesma-Sanford

    It’s been too long… I miss you, man, I really do… I know you won’t see me for a while, but I hope that I see you up there. I miss you so much… So much has happened to me and I wish you were here to see how much the group and I have grown… I miss you so… SO much, Nick. You’re jokes were the best. and you always had them up your sleeve, no matter the day.

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