OBITUARY

Pamela "Bunny" Jane Nicks

October 12, 1955February 11, 2021
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Bunny Nicks was born in Kittery, Maine. She was raised in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Due to her father being in the Navy, she lived throughout east coast. She graduated from Escambia High School in 1974. After graduation, her family was stationed in Jacksonville, Florida. She spent several years working at the Orange Park Dog Track until she met her husband, Howard Ray Nicks Sr. Once, married she became a full time stay at home mom to two children, Ashley and Ray Nicks. She was also the President of River City Motorcycle Escorts. Bunny stayed busy by tending to her children’s every need. She never missed a game, a concert, JROTC Competition, or get together. She enjoyed interior decorating. People knew her house as the “Cracker Barrel House.” You could always hear The Temptations playing from her radio. If she was not home, you were most likely to find her on the beach with her niece Jennifer Lawton. She lived for summers at the beach. But what she really loved were her Cocker Spaniels. No one could ever get between the love for her dogs. Her love for all animals was beyond this world. She was a lover of all things. If ever there were an animal or person in need, Bunny was your person to call.

Bunny Nicks was proceeded in death by her father Gordon Donald Johns Sr., her mother Kathleen Alma Hecht, her brother Robert Allen Hecht, and her 5 Cocker Spaniels, Baliegh, Elle Mae, Harley, Little Bear, and Annie. She leaves behind a very loving family, Husband Howard Nicks Sr, Daughter Ashley Hellett, Son in law James Hellett, Son Howard Nicks Jr., Daughter in law Kaitlyn Nicks, Grandsons Howard Nicks III and Bryan Nicks, Father Robert Hecht, sisters Kathleen Crowe and Norma Rosin, brothers Gordon Johns, Greg Johns, Michael Hecht, and several nieces and nephews that loved her dearly.

To honor her life, please, make a donation in her name to a Cancer Foundation or to the Jacksonville Humane Society.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Debbie Post Harrison

February 27, 2021

Bunny and I were high school friends and graduated together in 1974. We reconnected in 1999 and I will never forget her. She was funny, kind and loved her family and friends. Rest well my forever friend. In my heart and never forgotten!

Del Angelo

February 16, 2021

Bunny was a funny friend and “boss” as I was a small part of River City Motorcycle Escorts. We have remained in touch throughout the years on Facebook where she was an active writer. She had many fun comments over the years. It is a joy to have known her. My prayers are with the family and the RCME family. She was loved by many and will be deeply missed.

Charlotte Pilling

February 15, 2021

I remember Bunny from High School. Fun Times at the parties she had at her house. I'm sad to see her "Gone Too Soon" but happy to hear about her wonderful life and family. My sincere condolences.

Alicia Edmomds

February 15, 2021

I got very close to Bunny and the family while working with Big Ray. She was always so much fun and loyal to the end. She will be greatly missed by many. Sending the family lots of love.

Sandra Carr

February 13, 2021

I am so very sorry. I enjoyed my time with her very much.

Don Snyder

February 13, 2021

One of the Last Escambia High Rebels, Cowboys fan, and very kind soul. Will miss you Bunny.

Denise Bean

February 13, 2021

Bunny and I were childhood friends and we reconnected on FB. I loved our chats and she will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to her family.

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