Nathan Reid Cool, 25, of Canon City, born October 15, 1991, passed away September 2, 2017.
Nathan is survived by his parents, Stephen and Cindy Cool; brother, Tyson Cool; grandparents, Darlene Bollig, Neil and JoAnn Paugh; aunts, Dinah Haberthier, Dorothy Cool, Juliette Cool, Michelle Curtis, Pola Shotts, Lana Gudgel; uncles, Dale Schwartz, Darrel Cool, Matt Curtis, Mick Marchello, Gary Gudgel, Pat Shotts, Michael Shotts; cousins, Tony and Jayne Haberthier, Debbie and Greg Wood, Jeremy and Amy Rodriguez, Anita Schwartz, Carla and Dan Vanderford, Russell and Lindsay Shotts, Garrett and Tara Shotts, Jen and Justin Giem, Carrie and Tom Bimbi, Ryan and Debra Duncan, Dillon Marchello, Lindsey Marchello, Gabriella Hernandez, Jorge Hernandez, Tim and Cory Guidry, Richard Guidry, Emily and Logan Pieper, Ryley Rodriguez, Lynette and Jim Clendenning, and Kevin and Michael Clendenning.
Nathan was many things for many people in this world. He helped and impacted every person he came in contact with. Nathan was an aspiring realtor in Canon City, working with his father at Properties of Colorado. He had just broken one million dollars in sales, after just over a year of having his license. Nathan had a strong will to help, in any capacity. This showed true in his work and personal life. Anyone who was close with Nathan had him at their disposal, night or day, he was there; just a call away, no matter the distance. He thrived on the happiness and success of others. There's no way to replace a soul like that in this broken world.
Celebration of Life, 10:00 a.m. Monday, September 11, 2017, Evangelical Free Church, 3000 E. Main St., in Canon City.