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A tribute to Nate "Nnenn" Nielson.
I was greatly shocked and saddedned to recently hear of Nate's passing and so decided to make this small tribute moc in memory of him. R.I.P. Nnenn and may your mocs live on. Please leave caring comments.
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R.I.P. Nate "Nnenn" Nielson.



Thats me standing by his grave.







Without me.













R.I.P. Nate. May you rest in peace and your mocs live on. Goodbye.




Comments

 I made it 
  May 26, 2010
Quoting indigo southard Though nearly all of us knew him only as nnenn, Nate Nielson was so much more to those with whom he lived his life. We received the following message from Nate’s family today and — with their kind permission — we’re privileged to share it with our fellow LEGO fans. My sister Elizabeth and I want to express our appreciation and thankfulness to you and your site for the amazing tribute to our brother. All of the comments have been a comfort to us. They are difficult to read at times, because we miss him so much, but to know how loved he was, well, there are no words. What a neat community you have. I hope his legacy will live on here for as long as legos are around. Thank you for this. His personality was the same as his persona on here. He was a true artist. Our mom and dad would also like to express their appreciation to you. All the kind words have been a help in such a difficult time. What a wonderful father, husband, brother, son and man. Your site has brought as many tears as smiles to us. This has been the most difficult time in our lives, but you have given us a little peace in the outpouring of love. Liz and I would like to come to the Lego convention you have in Seattle this year if you think there will be a tribute to him. You were a huge part of his life and he loved all of it. Nate made lego spaceships and castles for us since we were very young. He even would, very reluctantly, build us a house once in a while. He was just a grown up kid. We miss and love him so much. Thank you. Emily and Elizabeth Though the sadness is not diminished, it is perhaps some consolation to know that our voices have been heard by those to whom Nate mattered most. If you haven’t already, please join us in adding your own thoughts and feelings to the growing tribute to Nate “nnenn” Nielson.
Nice.
--R.K. Blast--
indigo southard
  May 25, 2010
Though nearly all of us knew him only as nnenn, Nate Nielson was so much more to those with whom he lived his life. We received the following message from Nate’s family today and — with their kind permission — we’re privileged to share it with our fellow LEGO fans. My sister Elizabeth and I want to express our appreciation and thankfulness to you and your site for the amazing tribute to our brother. All of the comments have been a comfort to us. They are difficult to read at times, because we miss him so much, but to know how loved he was, well, there are no words. What a neat community you have. I hope his legacy will live on here for as long as legos are around. Thank you for this. His personality was the same as his persona on here. He was a true artist. Our mom and dad would also like to express their appreciation to you. All the kind words have been a help in such a difficult time. What a wonderful father, husband, brother, son and man. Your site has brought as many tears as smiles to us. This has been the most difficult time in our lives, but you have given us a little peace in the outpouring of love. Liz and I would like to come to the Lego convention you have in Seattle this year if you think there will be a tribute to him. You were a huge part of his life and he loved all of it. Nate made lego spaceships and castles for us since we were very young. He even would, very reluctantly, build us a house once in a while. He was just a grown up kid. We miss and love him so much. Thank you. Emily and Elizabeth Though the sadness is not diminished, it is perhaps some consolation to know that our voices have been heard by those to whom Nate mattered most. If you haven’t already, please join us in adding your own thoughts and feelings to the growing tribute to Nate “nnenn” Nielson.
--R.K. Blast--
indigo southard
  May 25, 2010
Here is a link to his amazing creations. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?m=nnenn
  April 22, 2010
I dont exactly know who he was, but if a Fellow MOCer passed away, I am deeply saddened about his death. R.I.P Nate and if he had a family I hope they are not to saddened by his death. You must really care about him to make a MOC in his honour. If he knew you and flare did that, im sure hed be really happy. 5/5 for you and Nate
 I made it 
  April 16, 2010
Quoting elite general callum R.I.P,,WHO WAS NATE
Look him up.
 I like it 
  April 16, 2010
R.I.P,,WHO WAS NATE
  April 16, 2010
I'm not rating this because I believe it would be disrespectful. Anyway. R.I.P Nate and may his Mocs be remembered forever more...
 I like it 
  April 16, 2010
I never knew him, but this is a REALLY nice thing to do. RIP Nnenn from me
 I made it 
  April 16, 2010
Quoting Father Khal what happened to him?
A tragic car accident apparently.
 I like it 
  April 16, 2010
what happened to him?
 
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