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Nathan “Nate” Recco of Nashua, NH

1993 - 2020

Visitation

August 11, 2020
6 - 8 PM
Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St. Chelmsford, MA 01863

Funeral

August 11, 2020
8 PM
Dolan Funeral Home

Recco web 1live streaming picture 300x300Nathan Ross Recco, 26, of Nashua, NH joined the Angels unexpectedly on Monday August 3, 2020.

Born in Lowell, MA on August 10, 1993, and raised in Dracut and Tyngsboro, Nathan had resided in New Hampshire since 2013. A 2012 graduate of Greater Lowell Technical High School, he specialized in Metal Fabrication and was a member of the Football Team during his Freshman and Sophomore years.

Nathan was employed as a Welder/Pipe Fitter with Industrial Piping and Certified Welding Co. Inc. in Woburn, MA and valued the friendships he developed with his co-workers. Nathan was currently enrolled in Pipefitting Certification Education at the Andover, MA Campus of the Gould Construction Institute and possessed OSHA-10 Certification.

Nathan was an avid car enthusiast and enjoyed restoring antique trucks and muscle cars.  His interest in cars and trucks began in his toddler years and grew to become not only a devoted hobby but a finely honed skill. In 2018, he purchased his dream car, a black 2018 Dodge Challenger R/T Shaker which he considered to be his “pride and joy.” Five years prior, he had purchased a 1983 Chevy C-10 truck which he invested time in restoration efforts, having recently sold it to a close friend. As a tribute to Nathan’s life, this vehicle’s restoration will be completed. In addition, an engine which he rebuilt will be placed in his best friend’s vehicle as a remembrance of both their friendship and shared interest.

Nathan was an animal lover and especially close to the family’s Yorkshire Terrier, Mahalo. As a child, he participated in the Dracut Youth Soccer Association and was a proud member of the winning team of his Italian Family’s Annual Bocce Tournament at age 10.

Nathan was known to always put the well-being of those he loved ahead of his own needs or desires. He was quick to offer his assistance, knowledge, advice and support without hesitation. He loved with all of his being and he possessed a determination like none other. He would visit his grandmother daily and the bond they shared was visible to those who were close to him. He never failed to bring a smile to someone’s face when they were down and his incredible sense of humor and intoxicating laugh will never be forgotten. He was a loving son, a protective grandson and a loyal friend and his family is dedicated to keeping his memory alive through acts of kindness within the world, a gesture which Nathan exhibited throughout his life. In continuing Nathan’s generosity to all of those he encountered, his family arranged for him to pass on the gift of life through organ and tissue donation via New England Donor Services.

He is survived by his mother, Michelle (Recco) Dinan and her husband, Joshua of Nashua, NH; his beloved grandmother, Claudette M. Maria of Dracut, MA; his Godmother, Helen (Cogliano) Lyons of West Palm Beach, FL; his half siblings, Skylar, Brenden & Kayla Olsen of Sylvania, GA, as well and many family and friends. In life, friends often are considered family and this was true of the Taylor Family of Tyngsboro, MA; David, Lisa, Damion & Amy (Taylor) Anderson.

He was predeceased by his father George Gordon Olsen who died on July 3, 2010 and his grandfather, the late Michael Recco, Jr. who died December 9,2003.

Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 from 6:00 P.M to 8:00P.M. with a service following at 8:00 P.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Memorials may be made in his name to Boston Children’s Hospital – Department of Neurology, 401 Park Drive Suite 602, Boston, MA 02215-5301. At a later date, the family intends to establish a Scholarship Fund in Nathan’s memory at Greater Lowell Technical High School to assist Metal Fabrication students in furthering their education.
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18 Condolences for Nathan “Nate” Recco of Nashua, NH

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    Dawn Belleville

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    Michelle and Claudette,

    My deepest sympathy on the passing of Nate. My favorite memory of him was 20+ yrs ago him coloring at our kitchen table while you visited with Mom.

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    tim

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    Sorry Michelle Recco and family for loss of nate may he RIP

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    Kristen russo

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    Michelle we are so sorry to hear of Nate‘s passing. We just saw him the other day driving by from leaving the Taylor‘s house and he waved like always! Sending you & your families our deepest condolences.
    The Russo’s

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    Joel Brazeau

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    My prayers go out to you and your family Nate was a good person may he Rest In Peace ????

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    Katherine Damico

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    Our hearts are heavy with the news of Nathan’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Michelle and Aunt Claudette. May Nathan rest with the angels, he will be missed.
    We love you,
    Larry and Kathie (Recco) Damico

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    Kathleen M Cummings

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    So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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    gerard C BEAUSOLEIL

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    michelle im so sorry for your loss.our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.god bless you

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    Helen Lyons

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    My Dear Friends Michelle and Claudette I will be forever grateful for having the opportunity of being honored with the title of Nathan’s Godmother. As you know it was something I have Cherished from the moment you chose me. I feel privileged to have been in his life and to hear of his accomplishments and to have Loved such a kind hearted young Man. My Love and Prayers are for you both today and always.

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    Eileen Pinard

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    Michelle and family,
    My deepest sympathy on the passing of Nathan. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Eileen Pinard

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    Brendan houle

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    Rip

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    Danielle soucy

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    Nate was a very sweet funny amazing guy ! He was a true friend he will definitely be missed our memories will remain thank you Nate for bringing laughter joy and happiness into my life rest in paradise. I will miss you so much

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    Claudette Flynn

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    My dearest Michelle and Claudette… there are no words. I can’t even understand this. The three of you entered my life at a time when I needed kindred spirits. Nate was one of Kyra’s first friends and those years and times together will be cherished always.
    I’m truly heart broken for you both and those who loved him. I know the blessing he was to you both. He was a gentle, kind and loving soul. Much love and healing prayer for you… Claudette

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    Andrea

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    Michelle my name is Andrea and I went to the Voke with Nate Recco and Graduated with him From the Voke he was one of my Good Friends May he Rip ? ? ? Fly High with the angels ?

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    carol gagne

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    My deepest sympathies Michelle and Claudette and family. Carol Gagne NP

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    Stephanie Rousseau

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    Michelle my name is Stephanie. I went to the voke with him l graduated before him but we were best friends there. He was the most amazing funny guy there that I’ve ever met. We had definitely some good times in school. And l have a rose that he made me in metal fab to this day. I just can’t believe he is gone. He will be dearly missed. Prayers to you and your family. Fly high Nathan will always love you and miss you❤

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    Jan Gomes

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    Michelle, no words can express how sorry I am. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I hope and pray you will be comforted by fond memories.

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    Danielle Burcell

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    My deepest condolences goes out to Michelle and family. Nate was an amazing person who will be very missed. So many good memories with him

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    The Courtemanche Famlly

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    Dear Claudette, Micelle, Joshua, Family and Friends. It is with our sincere sorrow, regret, deepest, and sincere sympathy at the loss of your dearest Nathan. We send our wish that you will find peace in every happy memory. We pray that good thoughts will visit you daiy and that your sad times will not linger but will turn to moments of happiness as you think about the wonderful and happy time spent with Nathan. You will always be in our thoughts and prayers. Love and Hugs, the Courtemanche family

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