nathan mann obituary: Passed Away! Nathan (Nate) Scott Mann was brought into the world in McPherson, Kansas on April third, 1985. Nathan stuffed as much life as possible in the brief time frame he had on this planet before he was sadly taken from us in a vehicle mishap in Boonville Missouri on December fifth, 2020. Nathan generally had a story for any event, never knew an outsider, and had companions everywhere.
Nate was brought into the world with a fretful bone. He was unable to remain in one spot excessively long and was continuously searching for that next adrenaline rush. Subsequent to moving on from Inman High School in 2003, he enrolled with the Marines (assuming you will make it happen, go for the one that has the hardest standing). During his time in the Marine Corps while positioned in Texas, Nate was presented to what in particular would turn into his lifetime energy of Bullfighting. Nate cherished everything about the way of life including individuals, the creatures and the companionships that he framed. He voyaged all around the nation pulling bulls, battling them, ensuring the bull riders, and adored each second. Bullfighting and creatures was his obsession however it didn’t dependably take care of the bills, so Nate had maintained many sources of income all around the country. Throughout the previous few years he drove a truck for different organizations from Utah to North Dakota to Missouri.
Nate cherished his family. He was Uncle Nate to his niece and nephew, Parker and Carter, and would go through hours doing anything they desired, regardless of whether that implied becoming blue in the freezing pool water. His “family” spread all over. He had companions the nation over and would in a real sense give you his own shirt regardless of whether he didn’t have anything else to give. Nate had a straightforward existence in numerous ways, didn’t request a ton, anticipated nothing from life, yet gave everyone he realized all he had. Nate additionally cherished creatures. Assuming there was a canine that required a home, or required saved, Nate was the person. He carried on with daily routine to the fullest consistently and experienced life his way to the end.
Nathan (Nate) will always be cherished and missed by his Mom, Brenda (Craig) Druecker, Dad Don Mann, Sister Danea Harmony, Brothers Blake and Logan Druecker, Niece and Nephew Parker and Carter Harmony, Grandmothers Billie Jean Pedigo and Jane Druecker just as numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends. He was gone before in death by his Grandparents Carl Huseman, Don and Carol Mann, Jay Druecker and Jack Pedigo.
In lieu of blossoms, gifts can be made to Nate Mann’s Go-Fund-Me, your nearby Humane Society or the ASPCA.
“No one at any point carries on with their life as far as possible up aside from matadors.”
“No sense in is being annoyed bud, it won’t make any difference tomorrow. So grin and simply appreciate today pee small” – Nate Mann
A Celebration of Life will be hung on December nineteenth beginning at 2 p.m. in Dillon Hall in the Encampment Building situated at the edge of 23rd Avenue and Bison Boulevard on the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson Kansas. Cards can be shipped off Nathan Mann, ? Brenda Druecker, PO Box 369, Inman KS 67546 with an actual location for different conveyances of Brenda Druecker, 601 Church Drive, Inman Kansas 67546.