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Nathan Davidson

March 7, 1988 — December 26, 2020

Farmington, New Mexico

Nathan Davidson recently passed away after a brief visit home for Christmas. He was born March 7, 1988 and died December 26, 2020.

He is survived by his parents, Scott and Judy Davidson, of Jamestown, New Mexico and his brother, Joel Davidson, of Tempe, Arizona. He is also survived by two aunts; Melodee Hallett of Salida, Colorado and Donna Campbell of Colorado Springs, Colorado; and several cousins. He was preceded in death by his uncle, James Michael Hallett of Salida, Colorado and his grandparents Severn and Jacqueline Hallett of Sherman, Texas and Gretchen (Davidson) Wise of Denver, Colorado.

Nathan's education included Rehoboth Christian School, Home School, and Gallup Middle College. He participated in many school and community activities to include Gallup City League soccer and basketball, youth soccer referee, Home School and Rehoboth Choirs. He was active in his church and youth activities. He was also active as a volunteer firefighter with the Whispering Cedars Fire Department.

He moved to Farmington, New Mexico where he held several positions in sales, particularly mobile devices. He attained many records of achievement in his sales positions, but a successful day to him was in helping his customers and co-workers.

Nathan loved the mountains of Colorado and the cabin that he and his family built log by log! His other interests were all types of music. He also enjoyed gaming with friends around the country or just being with good friends. To him, everyone was special. He had a way of seeing the beauty and talents in each person. He touched so many in his short lifespan by his beautiful spirit.

Nathan's earth suit will be nestled in his beloved mountains, but his spirit will soar in Heaven with Jesus, his Lord and Saviour.

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