Nathan Jack Decker age 47, died on July 3rd 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah of unknown natural causes. He was born on August 15th, 1972 in Idaho Falls, Idaho to Conally Wayne Decker and Judith Yates Decker. Nathan was never married and did not have any children.
Nathan lived a rather solitary life but always remained close to his family. He felt most at peace away from large crowds and on his own. He had a special relationship with his mother and went out of his way to make sure she had what she needed and was happy, many times at his own personal sacrifice. He loved to hang out with his brothers and be involved with special family occasions. He adored his nieces and nephews who reciprocated that love. Though not an extrovert his neighbors remember him as always being the one to throw together a BBQ for neighbors just so everyone would get to know each other. With his signature shaved head, cut-off sleeves, and loony-toons tattoos Nathan looked like a lion, but those of us who really knew him, knew he was just a kitten full of love and compassion for others.
Nathan is preceded in death by his older brother Corey Harper Decker. Nathan is survived by his father Conally Wayne Decker, his mother Judith Yates Decker, older brother Randall Wayne Decker, younger brother Jared Yates Decker and his nieces and nephews Keigo, Kody, Kailee, and Kimii.
There will not be a public funeral service or viewing. Interment will be decided at a later date.
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I am so sorry to hear about Nathan. We may not have spend a lot of time together, but what little time I spent with Nathan was definitely quality time. The memories I have of him are filled will lots of fun and laughter. I prayer that the Lord will send peace and comfort to you and your family during this difficult time. Sending lots of love your way.
Nathan and I were friends as teenagers and We were close friends during our very difficult teenage years. We grow apart as we got older but he was in my thoughts often. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. Rest well my friend.