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1985 Nicholas 2016

Nicholas Gregory Reding

August 22, 1985 — August 19, 2016

DANE - Nicholas Gregory Reding born August 22, 1985 - Feast Day of The Queenship of The Blessed Virgin Mary, in Los Alimitos, CA, to Timothy E. Reding and Debra L. Pribbenow. The first to attend the wedding in full wedding attire. Timothy served in the United States Navy until he retired.
Nicholas was born free under US Military Land, dedicated to God himself upon a United States Military vessel, along with his brother Christopher Robert Reding baptized as a symbol of the one true God, and called to symbolize the freedom this country can and will stand and fight for. A call of himself to live as a Legend for all of history, A New World, A Legacy, A True Freedom. Nicholas was officially pronounced dead on August 19, 2016. He was and is loved by so many of his friends and family. Nick wore many tattoos, most importantly the North Star, to never lose his way home. A True Star that will shine forever.
Nick is proceeded in death by his loving grandmother Tomasa Gaunt (Dale), Kenneth (Mona) Reding, Jennie Forneris, Alfred Dudley, Robert Pribbenow and many forefathers, mothers, and family. He is survived by his grandmother Hilda Pribbenow (Dudley), Father Timothy Reding, Mother Debra Pribbenow, brother Christopher Reding, many aunts, uncles, cousins, four children, Gabriel, Celesse, Dezeray and their brother Jonas, ex-wife Shaena and family.
May you shine in our hearts for all eternity and let the very sacrifice of your life, death, and resurrection be lifted to the Heart of Almighty God, for his honor, for his glory - First Fruits. For God so loved the world he gave his only begotten son. God from God, Light from Light, True God from True God. We wait on the finished work of Jesus Christ, the King of all Glory - Amen.
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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

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