OBITUARY

Nina Michelle Brodict

May 20, 1987April 3, 2021

Nina Michelle Brodict passed away suddenly on April 3, 2021. Nina was born in Orlando, Florida on May 20, 1987. She spent her entire living life in the Central Florida area. Nina was an adventurous person who enjoyed travel and trying different things. Usually telling her parents after the fact what her adventure was. As luck would have it she was also a Pittsburgh Steeler fan. Nina was a graduate of Lake Howell High School and during that time she developed a group of friends that still today remain very bonded together. Nina worked as a nanny ion the area having opportunity to work for number of families in the Central Florida area. She was also attending City College working toward a degree in Surgical Technology.

Nina recently added a new member to her family, Penelope her Mini-Aussie who was her constant companion.

Nina was preceded in death by her Grandfather, Paul Brodict, Southern Pines, NC; Grandparents, Eddie and Helen Williams, Titusville, FL. and Cousin, Jason Hollmann, Titusville, FL.

She is survived by her Parents, Steve and Sheree Brodict, Winter Park, Fl., Grandmother, Mary Lou Brodict, Southern Pines, NC., Brother, Chris (Patty) Quinn, Cape Canaveral, FL. She had numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins located around the United States.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

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The Bertrands

April 8, 2021

Nina was always smiling and enjoying life. We are so devastated to hear of her passing. Love and prayers to her family during this time of loss. Dear Jesus, accept this angel into your arms and give her family comfort. Amen.

Renee Garrett

April 6, 2021

Nina has been a part of our family for the last 2 years as she has cared for our children as their nanny. Her kindness, patience and willingness to teach our children life lessons day in and day out will have a lasting impact on their lives. Our kids loved seeing her each day and doing the fun activities she planned. Our youngest daughter often told me how much she loved “Miss Nina.” We are devastated by the news of her passing, but take comfort knowing that she is in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father.

Stephanie Adams

April 5, 2021

So sad to hear the passing of Nina. Though we were not close, she was such a sweet person in High School. Sending my prayers and condolences to her family and friends (who became sisters) during this time. May the Lord Jesus bring comfort and peace.

Lake Howell c/o 2005

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