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Nicholas George Reviglio
Nicholas George Reviglio
Nicholas George Reviglio... In the early morning of October 22nd, in the grandest opening of the deep Montana sky, the earth stopped for a moment, and while at peace working on his land, Nicholas George Reviglio took his last breaths, and was delivered onto Heaven.
He is survived by his wonderful family, wife Holly, three sons Wyatt (23), Doc (13), and Cash (11), mother and father, Vicki and Tom Reviglio, and brother Tony. He is also survived by many very close relatives that consist of Aunts, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, brother and sister-in-law's and countless friends. What he leaves behind is so much more!
Nick was born on March 1st, 1971 and raised in the small community of Reno, NV. He would spend his childhood attending Catholic school at Snows Elementary, followed by graduating Reno High School in 1990. It was during these younger years that Nick would create bonds with family and friends that would continue to serve him throughout his life.
After high school, Nick went on to further his education at UNLV, where he joined Kappa Sigma Fraternity and later attended UNR. It was during those years that he found his true passion in becoming an Entrepreneur and after working for his family's business, Western Nevada Supply, Nick ventured out on his own. For the next 23 yrs Nick worked tirelessly creating and honing his passions in multimedia and programming. Along with his wife, they built several companies over the years with their most recent being REVIGLiOS, an international mobile app company. In a nutshell Nick took pride in adapting, and being different which was evident in the relationships he built in long term clients such as the UFC, NASCAR, Bally Gaming and Scientific Games corporation to name a few. He found his greatest pride and achievements in being married and raising his three boys, and taking them on adventures around the world living in places like Nevada, Pennsylvania, England and Europe and teaching them what it meant to chase your dreams around the globe.
Nick was raised Catholic, and it was in the Church of England he identified a religious connection, however his truest spiritual connections came in his biggest passions in life. His love of skiing the mountains in his back yard in Tahoe, hiking trails and ski slopes around the world, and working to build his home, on the land he and his family had recently purchased In Eureka, Montana.
Rest assured there is true peace in knowing after all the accolades of a full life lived, in a short time, his legacy will forever be guided by his spirit that overlooks what he left behind.
In Nick's memory, in lieu of flowers, we ask you leave a donation to a charity that he had a great passion to serve and honor, US Vet Connect Inc. (www.usvetconnect.com) to help disabled vets ski, hike and stay connected with the outdoors.
Norma Jean Sanders
Norma Jean Sanders
Norma Jean Sanders, passed away peacefully on September 11, 2021, at the age of 81, in Anacortes, Washington. Norma Jean is survived by her daughter, Cheryl Sanders-Eskildsen and her husband Kurt of Oak Harbor, Wa. ; her step-daughters: Kathy Pattison of Troutdale, Oregon and Susan Sanders-Galvin and her husband Dennis of Point Of Rocks, Maryland; her grand-children: Justin L. Truex, Casey A. Eskildsen, Oliver J. Pattison, April N. Shepherd, Jeremy Galvin, Timothy Galvin and Dana Galvin, 9 Great Grandchildren and 1 Great-Great-grandchild. Norma will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by her family and numerous friends. She called Whidbey Island, Washington "home" for 41 years.
Norma Jean was born in Concord, California on July 28, 1940, to Norman and Ruth (Smith) Matney, who precede her in death. She graduated from Lodi High School in Lodi Ca. and went on to pursue an Associate Degree for Medical Assistant in San Francisco, Ca.. In 1962, she met the love of her life, Harold Sanders, who married her in Lodi, Ca. before preceding her in death in 1999. Upon her husband being stationed at Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Norma managed the Navy Exchange Package Store.
She made many memories with friends on camping and hiking adventures, as well as many motorcycle excursions with her beloved Harold. She was a very independent, adventurous, honest, caring, and free-spirited person. She loved her family, her church.
She was very passionate about the environment, wildlife, and bird watching. Norma was an accomplished artist and loved gardening in years past.
Services will be held on Saturday, September 25 at Wallin-Stucky Funeral Home in Oak Harbor. Visitation will begin at 10am; with a Funeral Service beginning at 11am. Pastor Lemuel Villano will officiate. Interment will follow the Funeral Service immediately, at Maple Leaf Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to www.USVetConnect.com.