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I’m still in shock to hear that Nathanael is no longer with us. We used to spend hours discussing life and philosophy over a good cup of coffee. I always used to joke that he was the one guy that had a better tan than I did. He will be sorely missed and I’m still in disbelief as I used to see him almost every morning at the local store. My heart goes out to your family during this difficult time. Until I see you on the other side, much love always brother.
To Nathanael’s family, I want to express my condolences and share in your grief at this sudden loss. May God keep you and Nathanael in his love and peace through this trial and temporal suffering. I have such great memories with Nathanael at summer camp all those years ago where his friendship and humor were something I appreciated deeply at that time in our lives.
Paul Stuntz III
He had a bright, warming soul. His welcoming smile will be missed. His family will be in my prayers.
I’m so grateful for those 6 weeks spent with you on our walks on the beach and the amazing conversation on those walks. Shock is an understatement to find out you were gone. I’ll love you forever, cousin. I’ll hold you in my heart always. You were a kind, caring and deep soul. Rest easy.
I am still in shock. I just saw you last month. You weren’t supposed to go first. We are heartbroken and have so many questions. Your nephews are crushed. They just spent a week with you. I was so excited to see you get Elevate Transportation, LLC up and running. I’m proud of you and I love you.
Nathanael and I recently became friends. When we spoke last week, he was extremely excited about his new business. I’ll miss him and regret that we didn’t make more time together. Praying for his family during this difficult time.
May your memories be precious as you think through Nathanael’s days. May the Word give comfort and the love of many friends surround the whole family.
Joseph M. O'Donnell
My sincerest condolences to all family members and other friends of Nathanael. This is a devastating loss of a truly wonderful soul.
Nathanael, I will love you and miss you!! I loved seeing you and reconnecting with you! My husband adored you and was so happy to have conversation with an intelligent human!! That says a lot. I was so looking forward to seeing you again in a few weeks but I’ll see you in heaven!!!!
Mamie Hickox Holland
Dearest Susan, Tello and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts, love, and prayers are with you all! May God hold you in his arms, especially in the days to come! We love you all!
Nathanael David Rose, of Fernandina Beach Florida, passed away unexpectedly on July 28th, 2022. He was only 38 years old. Our family is devastated and shocked by this loss. Nathanael was born on September 12, 1983 in Atlanta Georgia.
He leaves behind his parents, Susan and Tello Resendiz of Fernandina, Michael Rose of South Carolina and adoring siblings, Muriah Rose (Bill Mallonee), Michaela Rose Barno ( Mike), John-Michael Rose and loving nephews, Grayson and Spencer Barno.
After High School, Nathanael worked in different industries, enjoying the variety of life and the thrill of learning new trades. Nathanael recently started a business, Elevate Transport Group, LLC. Owning his own company gave Nathanael a great amount of joy and was something he looked forward to.
Nathanael was a loyal servant to God, first and foremost. He loved the church and loved sharing his testimony and the love and warmth of our savior, Jesus Christ, with as many people as possible. He loved working with people recovering from addiction and was an avid member of his church.
Nathanael was a fiercely loving and devoted uncle, brother, and son, who adored his family. Nathanael was passionate about music, art, and photography. He was a deep thinker with a love of religion, politics, history, philosophy, and the arts. He was always ready to lend an ear to those in need and to give help, thoughtful advice, and share his wisdom. His presence is sorely missed and his loss is deeply felt.
And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love, you make. ~ The Beatles