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Nathan Christopher Pettit

June 9, 1975 ~ August 10, 2021 (age 46)

Obituary

Nathan Christopher Pettit went to see Jesus Tuesday, August 10, 2021 at his home in Colorado Springs after fighting cancer off and on for 19 years. He is survived by his beautiful wife Courtney and his loving daughter Natalie, as well as his mom, Phyllis, brothers, Matthew and Jonathan. They got to experience a tough exterior blended with a tender love for Jesus that became more and more evident the last couple of years, which continued as he treasured his time in Charis Bible college where he graduated May 2020.

He loved simple: his phone number, the number of jobs he had, his steaks seared in butter with salt and pepper and recently adding Cavenders seasoning!,  his love for his dogs, watching the sun set and working hard.

Complicated: he had the ability to fit so many people into his life. Nathan was still in touch with relatives, friends from grade school, old co-workers and the list just goes on, while still being a private person.

Willing to take a risk: an outside observation, as he married his best friend Courtney in February of 2021, and what a beautiful journey the two of them took.

Role Model: his confidence that God is in control, not fearing death, walked in love with Jesus, loved others well, out-worked most people all his life and had a ready attitude for whatever was to come.

Nathan will be incredibly missed by all who loved him.

Please celebrate and rejoice with us his life and eternity with Jesus at:

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Pikes Peak Towers
1912 Eastlake Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80910

 

 

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