Nicholas John Gonzalez

November 9, 1991June 7, 2021

Nicholas John Gonzalez, 29 years old, passed away on June 7, 2021 in Middleburg, Florida.

He was a nursing school student and critical care paramedic specializing in pediatric transport. Nicholas was a member of Trinity Fitness and Church of Eleven22. He was an avid gamer, lover of all things Marvel DC and Star Wars and a comic extraordinaire. Some of the things he loved included riding motorcycles, vintage cars, smoking meat, and his dogs, Link and Shelby.

Nicholas is survived by his wife, Stephanie; mother, Suzanne Gonzalez; brother, Tony Gonzalez and his wife, Kalyn Gonzalez; sister, Jessica Lewis and her husband, Hal Lewis and their children, Madelyn, Oliver and Felicity; brother, Christopher Gonzalez and his wife, Megan Gonzalez and their children, Addison, Damien and Aurora; and sister, Gabriela Rivers and husband, Logan Rivers and their children, Kaia and Finley.

The family would like to thank Trinity Fitness, especially Maggie and Todd Boger, Marc and Laura Graham, and Joy and Marlin Mendoza, Greg and Jen Coleman, Kristin Mallard and Brandi Harrelson for responding and loving our family in our time of need. We would also like to thank the Eleven22 care team and Pastor Todd for loving our family well and being the light of Christ through this dark time.

His memorial service will be held at 4:00pm on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at The Church of Eleven22 - Fleming Island Campus, 4459 US Highway 17, Fleming Island, Florida 32003, with Pastor Todd Hickox officiating. Please wear Marvel or Star Wars clothing to the memorial service. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Code Green, suicide awareness for first responders.

Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home of Mandarin, 11801 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, FL (904) 288-0025.


  • Memorial Service

    Sunday, June 13, 2021


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Mona Stanley

June 14, 2021

You were a strength to with your knowledge of nursing and I admired that from the beginning and you kept us, the professors on our toes with your humble subtle hints during lab time. I really appreciated that! I guess you had done what was needed and heaven needed you more....RIP no more sorrow or pain. Jesus will take care now.

Megan Gonzalez

June 11, 2021

I love you so much Nick (even though you always took the flan out of the oven way too early and took advantage of my gullible nature). I’ll miss your pranks, jokes, smiling face, and gentleness more than anything. Rest In Peace brother. ♡