OBITUARY

Nathan Kyle Castellano-Mandani

September 22, 1997January 27, 2019

Nathan was born in Houston, Texas on September 22 1997. Graduated from Clear Lake High School. He loved his friends and playing football. Once a Falcon, always a Falcon.

Nathan moved to Georgia in 2017. He worked at The Bus Center Atlanta as a diesel tech assistant. While in Georgia he loved going to the lake with friends, hunting and fishing.

He will be deeply missed by his family and all friends who knew him. It has been of great comfort in knowing Nathan has reach and influenced so many by his infectious smile, caring ability and his big hearted nature to protect.

Nathan is proceeded in death by his Grandmothers Judy Mandani, Amanda Giannascoli, his Uncle Andre Castellano and Great-Grandparents. Nathan is survived by his Mother Karen Castellano, Father Anthony Mandani (Michelle), Brothers Gabriel and Dominic, sister Kylee, Grandparents Paul Castellano (Daisy), Gloria Castellano (Jay), Masis Mandani (Marylou), Migdalia Rivera (Nelson), Frank Giannascoli, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Now with his wings he will do the same from above.

Those who wish to express condolences or share a special memory may do so online at www.whitleygarner.com

Arrangements by: Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home, Douglasville, GA 30134, 770-942-4246

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 1, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, February 1, 2019
REMEMBERING

Nathan Kyle Castellano-Mandani

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michael harris

February 7, 2019

I just found out about Nathan's passing. I remember him playing football with my son Jared. Nathan had a kind and loving soul and was always respectful to me. He will be missed greatly. Rest in peace " Manchild".

Jared Harris

January 31, 2019

Nathan and I’s relationship goes back many many years and he has definitely had an impact on me and my life in the most positive way possible. There are so many great memories I can’t even begin to explain, going back to 6th grade football practices to spending our last varsity game together as seniors. However, there is one thing that reminds me of Nathan the most and it was the fact that Family was so important to him. He was there for anyone at anytime and I remember multiple occasions he was there for me. Nathan will always be apart of my life forever. I love you and I miss you brother.

Barbara Dixon

January 30, 2019

On behalf myself and my family
we would like to send our deepest sympathy to the Mandani Family.
Praying for God to bless the family with strength love during this time of bereavement.

Sincerely
Barbara Dixon & Family
(CSR Georgia Clean Air Force )

Tarsha Fudge - Exe. Pastor

January 30, 2019

To the entire Family,

My most deepest sympathy, please know my prayers are with you!

Jennifer Ramsey

January 29, 2019

Precious Nathan came into our lives in 2006. From the day we met him he was always funny, protective, kind hearted and extreme joy to be around. He was like a brother to my children and like a son to me. He called me Momma J. He was the best person that I could ever wish to be in our lives. He was a true best friend, always there. He and Wulfgang had their corky little ways that they found so funny that only two friends could really share. They could truly be kids at heart with one another. Countless sleepovers, snacks, and World of WarCraft were some of the best shared times. He was the protector of my youngest son major when he went to high school. He always took care of him. Major was extremely proud of Nathan and loved him dearly. As Nathan grew into a young man he just became a big bundle of love and a big Teddy bear. He was always there for the holidays and never failed to call me if he was unable to be present. He always had the best sense of humor during our phone conversations. I'm going to miss his happy smile, his big hugs, and the friendship and brotherhood that he gave to my boys. We will always love him and he will always be missed. Until we meet again my sweet boy.

Sarah Galliker

January 29, 2019

I knew Nathan from the wrestling team. He was a few years ahead of me and we didnt talk much outside of practice/tournaments but he was always the loudest in the stands. You could he hear him over the roar of the stadium cheering for his teammates. As everyone has mentioned, his smile was infectious. Just about everything about him was infectious. If he was pumped during practice, you couldn't help but get motivated as well. He was kind and looked out for his teammates. His senior year he had to wear a hair net and face mask that attached to his head gear. We had quite a few funny conversations as I struggled to help him get everything adjusted right and did my best not to get his hair caught in the snaps of the head gear.

Jackson Beck

January 29, 2019

Back in July of 2015, the first Ant Man movie had come out and we both were interested in seeing it. Nathan had called me up asking about if I wanted to go see it later that day, but he told me if we were gonna see it that we’d watch it in style. Told me we were gonna go to Star Cinema Grill, where a movie like Ant Man had no place playing. Needless to say, it was a pretty fancy place. The employees were wearing button down clothes and we were wearing hoodies which made us feel underdressed...for a superhero movie of all things. The seats reclined back and we had dinner trays that came with menus(waiters included). We literally had all the works. Like I say again, all this for a superhero movie. But that’s just who Nathan was, if you were lucky enough to be called his friend, he’d take care of you. And do it in style while at it. Down to the simplest of things

Shannon Wilson

January 29, 2019

Just over 10 months ago Nathan hugged me as I cried on his shoulder. When I lost Markese, Nathan just loved on me and always asked how I was doing. I also loved talking about football with him.

Robert Turner

January 28, 2019

This young man had a heart as large as anyone I EVER had the privilege of teaching and coaching. He loved to joke around but knew when he took things too far with me in class. I would give him the look and he would lower his head and mutter, “Sorry Coach T”. I’m so very upset to learn of his passing!!! The world has lost a true lover of life!!! My prayers are with all of Nathan’s family and friends as they grieve his loss.
RIH Nathan “Manchild” Mandani!!!

Sheila Castellano

January 28, 2019

Nathan had a heart bigger than his home state of Texas and a smile that lifted your spirit and mood instantly. An angel to many on Earth has gained his Heavenly wings. See you on the other side baby boy... we will love and miss you until we meet again. ♡ Titi Sheila, Uncle Pablo and your cousins Deanna, Maya & Arianna Castellano

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Nathan was born in Houston, Texas on September 22 1997. Graduated from Clear Lake High School. He loved his friends and playing football. Once a Falcon, always a Falcon.

Nathan moved to Georgia in 2017. He worked at The Bus Center Atlanta as a diesel tech assistant. While in Georgia he loved going to the lake with friends, hunting and fishing.

He will be deeply missed by his family and all friends who knew him. It has been of great comfort in knowing Nathan has reach and influenced so many by his infectious smile, caring ability and his big hearted nature to protect.

Nathan is proceeded in death by his Grandmothers Judy Mandani, Amanda Giannascoli, his Uncle Andre Castellano and Great-Grandparents.

Nathan is survived by his Mother Karen Castellano, Father Anthony Mandani (Michelle), Brothers Gabriel and Dominic, sister Kylee, Grandparents Paul Castellano (Daisy), Gloria Castellano (Jay), Masis Mandani (Marylou), Migdalia Rivera (Nelson), Frank Giannascoli, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Now with his wings he will do the same from above.

Those who wish to express condolences or share a special memory may do so online at www.whitleygarner.com

Arrangements by: Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home, Douglasville, GA 30134, 770-942-4246