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Nicholas (Nick) Adam Newhart

January 19, 1982 - March 28, 2022


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    Dusty says

    A one of a kind, my kind…💔 you will be so missed my friend

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    Jennifer Vann says

    My sweet spider (Nick) you had my heart and I had yours 💜. I have been crying since Trish told me…you had so much to say so much more to experience and explore.. Our journey was not Over yet.. I love you and I’ll miss you.. I was the only girl u said worthy to meet your sister.. while your up there watching over me be happy and pain free 💙love Jennifer your ‘Baby’

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    Leslye Killian says

    Such large free-spirited souls like Nick’s are so painfully constricted in today’s world. Godspeed to his beautiful soul on the other side of this veil. Amen.

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Nicholas (Nick) Adam Newhart, 40, died Monday, March 28, 2022, surrounded by family and love. Nick was born in Lafayette, Indiana, on January 19, 1982. Visitation and funeral services will be held, Monday, April 4, 2022, with visitation 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM and funeral service beginning at 3:00 PM at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens.

Nick is survived by his parents, Barbara Rayman Wolf and Dick Newhart; his sisters, Patricia (Christopher) Perry and Lisa (Jeremy) Roland; his nephews and niece, Austin Perry, Shawn Perry, and Kailee Roland; his maternal grandmother, Joann Norris; his aunts and uncles, Becky (Ron) Swygman, Ken (Elaine) Rayman, Mary (Mark) Sypneski, Dan Rayman, Jennifer (Jeff) Harrison. Nick is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Shirley and Roger Newhart; his maternal grandfather, Joe Rayman; his aunt and uncle, Mark and Sally Newhart.

Nick was a man with a heart of gold, a contagious laugh, an unbreakable bond with those he loved. His rebellious spirit and love for adventure challenged formalities and the idea of “this is the way you should…” at every chance. He had a love for country and flag. He had a passion for reading, music and turning anything into an instrument. He built community and made friendships everywhere he traveled. He traveled coast to coast and always loved sharing his encounters and experiences. He had worked for the circus and farms across the country. His beautiful soul allowed him to change the world as he took pride in protecting women and children in need, being a voice for the homeless, loving people who were treated as if they were unworthy, and embracing those that felt forgotten or left behind. The impact from his love and journeys are endless.

Family and friends can join using the following link

The service will be available virtually at zoom.us, click the “join meeting” tab then enter the meeting number 765-490-4234 and the password: tmg2020.