Roman Nicklaus Astree | Obituaries

Roman Nicklaus Astree, 18, of Lancaster, handed away on Sunday, June thirteenth, 2021 at Hershey Medical Center. Roman had a number of coronary heart surgical procedures as a younger baby, and his demise was associated to his ongoing coronary heart issues.

Born in York, PA, however a resident of Lancaster his complete life, he was the son of Kevin Nicklaus and Laurie Lee (Nagle) Astree.

Roman was a latest graduate of Hempfield High School and Lancaster County Career and Technology Center the place he studied Interactive Media and Web Design. While a pupil at Hempfield, he was a member of the Hempfield Marching Knights, Jazz Band and the Symphonic Band. Roman additionally performed trombone in The Bainbridge Band together with his mother.

Roman spent most of his spare time operating a Discord server and internet hosting an Online Gaming server that offered companies to roughly 5,000 members. Before highschool he performed basketball with Little Hoopers and HYA together with his dad as his Head Coach. Roman liked consuming spicy meals and spending time with the household cats, particularly his cat Cheddar who was with him most of his years. He additionally spent a number of summers attending Camp Lionheart which gives sources for youngsters with cardiomyopathy.

In addition to his mother and father, he’s survived by a sister, Ella Astree; paternal grandparents, Donna Douglas-Bruce and Gerald Astree, maternal grandparents, Mike and Julie Nagle; a great-grandmother, Barbara Wilson; an uncle, Chris Astree; aunts, Stephanie and Janae Astree; and a cousin, Ashton Astree.

Relatives and buddies are invited to attend a Funeral Service at Living Hope Community Church, 2823 Columbia Ave., Lancaster, PA 17603 on Saturday, June 19, 2021 at 11:00 AM. A viewing shall be held from 9:00 AM till the time of the service. The household requests visitors to contemplate carrying the colour inexperienced, which was Roman’s favourite colour. To view the service nearly, please click on the next hyperlink:

In lieu of flowers, contributions could also be made in his reminiscence to Camp Lionheart, 121 N. Nye’s Road, Suite D, Harrisburg, PA 17112. To go away a web based condolence for the household, please go to: (717) 394-4097

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