It is with heavy hearts that we announce the recent passing of Nathan G. Huszar, 33, of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, on Sunday, January 2nd, who left us unexpectedly with his beloved rescue dog, Bruno by his side, while visiting with family in NH.
Born on June 5th, 1988 Nathan was the youngest child of George J. Huszar (predeceased) & Linda M. (Goen) Huszar and like a son to Linda’s late companion of 20 years John M. Saari. He was the grandson of Everett (predeceased) and Bernadette (Fortin) Goen and John George & Therese Marie (Reifenberger) Huszar (both predeceased). He will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered by his sisters, Jennifer Gauthier (Darryl), Angela Scescke (Stephen), Mary Beth Huszar and brother, Adam Vaillancourt, his nephews and nieces who he adored, Trevor Holombo, Seth Gauthier, Mia Parker, Cole Bales, Silvana Manzi, Caroline and George Scescke, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. In addition, he will be greatly missed by his second family Mark & Beth Winegar and Justin and Alicia Winegar along with their extended family members from South Carolina who he loved, cared for immensely and spent much quality time with.
In his younger years Nathan had a passion for anything motorized and you would often see him racing around the yard on his go-kart, dirt bike, and 4-wheeler. He had so many activities that he enjoyed such as fishing, snowboarding, boating and water sports at the lake. He treasured spending time with family and friends and always had very close relationships with his cousins.
Nathan attended Mascenic Regional High School and thereafter, decided to relocate to South Carolina. From that point on South Carolina became his second home, but he would often travel back to visit his family in NH. Nathan worked with many different trade contractors over the years but his passion was roofing sales or anything related to the roofing trade. It was always his goal to start a business on his own. In every position he held throughout his life he reflected the traits that everyone wants from an employee: ambition, dedication, respect, and reliability. Nathan was considered a “jack of all trades”. He was a talented, finish craftsman who had experience with siding, roofing, interior finish carpentry, decks, flooring, kitchen installations and much more. He was always very eager to learn new skills and if you ever needed a hand he was always eager to help.
Collectively as his family, we will always be so proud of his accomplishments. When we think of Nathan will remember his bright blue-eyes, his infectious smile and laugh and his great hugs. He always radiated tenderness, generosity and unconditional love. Nathan is a Hebrew name meaning “gift of God” or “He gave” and that he was and that he did. We are beyond blessed to have had Nathan in our lives. He was and will continue to be the best part of all of us.
A Celebration of Life in his honor will be held on Sunday, May 1, 2022, from 3:00pm to 5:00pm, in the Banquet Hall at the Woodbound Inn, 247 Woodbound Road, Rindge, NH 03461.
Nathan’s family respectfully requests no flowers, and would prefer remembrance contributions be made in his name to the Animal Rescue League of NH, 545 Route 101, Bedford, NH 03110 / www.rescueleague.org or to the Behavioral Health Fund at Monadnock Community Hospital, Department of Philanthropy, 452 Old Street Road, Peterborough, NH 03458 / online at www.MCHgiving.org.