Nicholas James Aanderud

Born in Hendersonville, Tn on February 21, 1986

Departed on March 13, 2011 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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NICHOLAS JAMES AANDERUD, age 25, of Hendersonville, Tn., passed away on Sunday, March 13th. He is survived by his mother, Shannon Aanderud, step-father, Russ Powell, aunts, uncles and cousins. Nick will be laid to rest in Hendersonville Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Humane Society of Sumner County, 16 Volunteer Dr, Hendersonville, Tn. 37075. Your family and friends miss you Nick and love you very much. HENDERSONVILLE MEMORY GARDENS AND FUNERAL HOME.
615 824-3855.

7 Comments to Nicholas James Aanderud

  1. Nikki Martin
    March 18, 2011 12:00 am

    I remember one snowy night after a movie we me, you and Louis Burwell got picked up from the theater and we did donuts in the field by Wessington Elem. and you decided it would be funny to also go pee your name in the snow on someones front steps. Crazy memory to share with everyone but it was a fun night that I got to spend with you and I will remember that and ever other memory I have ever shared with you. You were a really great friend who will be missed greatly by so many. I love how any donation is going to the humane society and that is so you because we all know how much you loved cats. I wish you were still here and I never had to say these words but I miss you, I love you and goodbye.

  2. Becki Green
    March 18, 2011 12:00 am

    Nick, you were such a nice guy. I remember working with you at Subway and seeing you around town through the years. I wish you were still here. Your family and friends love and miss you so much.

  3. michaele aanderud
    March 18, 2011 12:00 am

    Gone too soon Nick…We love you

  4. Jimmy Soyars
    March 19, 2011 12:00 am

    I remember the last few times we talked, we were planning our escape from Hendersonville. We had talked of getting what few things we needed and driving until we found a place that just “felt right” as you put it. I argued with this concept saying that there was a possibility that we would never find this place. I was worried about money, food, shelter, leaving friends and family behind, basically throwing everything we knew away and starting over. I guess you could say I was almost certain we would fail. Somehow, through all the doubt I had, you convinced me it was a good idea. You taught me to stop worrying about the “what-if’s” and just do what felt right and makes you happy. You taught me to stop holding back what I am and find what is out there for me with trial and error. Everything you have shown me or taught me has proven to not only be true, but has been a big contributing factor to who I am today. You called me your brother and I am honored to call you mine. The pain everyone of us are feeling is something we never wanted to endure. I’m sure if you would have known the pain we would feel, you wouldn’t have even thought about doing this. You were too good of a person to intentionally cause this much pain and heartbreak. In one message you told me that you have to get out of Hendersonville or else you would kill yourself. You were joking, but now I wonder if there was some seriousness to this comment. Nikki said it perfect when she said that we wished we didn’t have to say these words. I miss you. You had a heart big enough to love more people than I could count, but I bet you could count every single one. Your heart was pure. Your personality was genuine. Your attitude was real. Your legacy is forever. I thank you for everything you have taught me and for all the times we shared. We always had a good time, regardless of the circumstances. I hope you have now found the right place you were always telling me about. You are not with us anymore, but your spirit will live on through our memories and our actions. You influenced more people than you are aware of. That is a quality that I have always wanted to learn from you. You were the best in my opinion. You said we would leave this hellhole together and I wish it hadn’t happened this way. Nick, I love you brother and you better be saving me a seat right next to you in heaven. I’m sure you have a good one. I will see you on the other side. I’m sure of it. Until then, watch over all of us as we try to find our way through this impossible rubix cube called life.

    Peace and Love,
    Jimmy

  5. Kristina Harter Carney
    March 19, 2011 12:00 am

    We continue to pray for this family to recieve your strength O’Lord and for u to watch over them and guild them.. In u we pray.. Amen

  6. tiffany aanderud
    August 19, 2011 12:00 am

    oh my god nick, i didny know this page was here till now. im so stupid. well its been about 6 months sice you left us. i cant get out of my mind what you told me that night, that youd never kill yourself,never that you loved yourself and that were to selfish to do it. those words haunt me. i should have said more to you about that or something to your mom. i surely never ever imagined you would especially after greg did. i wish so much you were still here. we didnt get to spend enough time together especially since aor reunion.its so hard to belive your gone. i hope you can see how many peoples lives you touched and inspired. our boys and so many other people looked up to you. so many people love and miss you. you touched so many lives. i just wished you would have told your mom what was going on. she misses you so much.i wish you could send a sign to her and us to let us know your ok. i wish youd visit my dreams like greg does. i love you so much nick. i truly hope you are at peace. you will never be forgotten. i hope you are with pam, gram ,and greg. RIP Nick. love you forever.

  7. Shannon Aanderud
    December 19, 2011 12:00 am

    Nick’s Memorial Page on Facebook
    http://www.facebook.com/groups/NickAanderud/

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