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Nicholas “Nick” Jeremy Weimer departed this world on March 8, 2021 in Shawnee, KS. He was born on October 4,1979 in Scottsbluff, NE. He graduated from Mitchell High School in 1998, and went on to build a career with Union Pacific Railroad, which he took great pride in.
Nick was a loving husband and father to his four children, who each made him so proud.
His incredible sense of humor brought countless laughs to all who knew him. Nick was a giver, and his humble spirit touched more lives than he could have ever imagined.
Nick enjoyed time spent with his family and friends, Husker football, music and attending concerts. He loved to cook, and could usually be heard discussing his expectations for greatness with the food that he was preparing. Nick’s special companion Arthur Doodle was always by his side, and Nick loved him much more than he was ever willing to admit.
The 4th of July, his smoker, his collection of amusing shirts, a good steak, a competitive game of corn hole, sharing a good laugh and living a simple life. These are the things that our precious memories of Nick are made of. He lived for the small things in life, and together they built the meaningful legacy that he has left behind.
Nick leaves behind his wife Amber, children Dylan, Lincoln, NE, Salem, Dante and Seraphyne Weimer. Parents Kevin and Debra Weimer, brother Chris Pittman, and sisters Laurie (Keith) Weimer, Erica Weimer and his nieces and nephews, all of Mitchell, NE, grandmother Haulda Weimer of Morrill, NE, and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Nick was preceded in death by his grandmother Lorraine Pittman, grandfather Henry Weimer Jr., aunt Rebecca Gaskill and uncles Kevin Pittman and Mike Weimer.
Nick will be dearly missed. His memory will live on in everyone who loved him, but the empty space that he has left behind in our hearts will remain until the day that we see him once again.
"May love be what you remember most." -Darcie Sims
A private service has been held, and a celebration of life will follow at a later date. All condolences may be sent to Johnson County Funeral Chapel & Memorial Gardens, 11200 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS 66210.
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