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The Nicholas Dale Gibbon Memorial Fund

Born: 13th March 1990
Died: 10th February 2009

Created by Gayna Rouse , Nick's Auntie

I have set up this memorial site in memory of my Nephew Nick, where to start!? his beautiful smile that lit up a room, his cheeky grin and fantastic sense of humour but most of all his generous heart - his loss broke the whole family apart and life will never be the same for his wonderful parents and his family and friends. We miss you so very much. XIII

Nick - A Tribute by Auntie Gayna Rouse

Nick was born in Sheffield to Steve & Nola on the 13 March 1990 where he spent his first eight years in a fairly small village called Oughtibridge. Nick and his family moved to Bishop Stortford in 1998 where he attended Manor Fields Primary School and then onto Bishop Stortford High School which is about the time when he met his much loved girlfriend Sophie or to Nick "Flossie".

Following his GCSE's Nick attended Hertford Regional College to study for a National Diploma in Graphic Design he then went onto Chester University to carry on with his studies. University was not for Nick so he came home and set up his own business in graphic design - he was recognised for his amazing talents shortly after setting up his business and was after a short trial invited to join a company as a 'Junior Designer'.

Nick was tragically taken away us on 10-Feb-2009 in a road collision on Bishop Storford's bypass, which was due to black ice. His close friend was seriously injured and is still recovering from his injuries.

Nick - A Tribute by Auntie Gayna Rouse

Nick "Our Gentle Giant" Towered over everyone, loved by so many and missed by all

The things that made Sam happy...

Favourite Music:
Nick had such a varied and wide taste in music

Favourite TV:
Top Gear

Others Favourites:
Nick played inline roller hockey. He first joined Harlow Demons Skater Hockey club as a Peewee (U12's)

and played for them for 12 months. In Febuary 2000 he went on to join Stansted Hockey Club, based in Dunmow, he played in every age group and captained the team at Peewee, Youth and Junior level. Nick excelled in this sport and went on to represent the South of England from the age of 9 through to 18 years. Nick, along with many of his friends had a serious love of cars and spent many hours from what I believe dreaming up his "dream car"!

Donations to date11
Amount raised online£526.00
Amount Raised offline£5,438.00