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Nicholas John Eisele



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Nicholas John Eisele, age 23, passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at his home in Derby, Conn. Nick was born on February 21, 1997, in Stamford, to his parents, John and Michele.

Nick spent his early childhood in Norwalk, alongside his identical twin brother, Michael. When the twins were five, the Eisele family moved to Sandy Hook, where Nick loved playing sports, especially practicing baseball with his dad. He was also an amazing brother to two younger sisters, Jessica and Gianna, whom he adored. While he did not have any pets of his own, Nick also had a soft spot for his mother’s German shepherds, Trooper and Sandy, and his father’s golden retriever, Ryder.

For his entire life, the magnetism of Nick’s love pulled people together. To him, his home was not complete without a few good friends. Nick had a passion for design and art. His style reflected his easy-going, unapologetic and free way of life. He had many skills and talents; one of which was his impressive green thumb.

Nick’s adoration for growing and gardening was abundant and reflected his own personal growth as an individual. In 2019, Nick started building on the next chapter of his life, and moved in with his beloved girlfriend. There they shared innumerable memories with us, which we will always cherish.

After overcoming his own personal struggles, the end of his life was filled with his happiest days. Most of all, Nick is remembered by his awesome sense of humor, his gratitude, and his heart of gold.

Nick is survived by his parents, John Eisele and Michele Krasowksi; his twin brother Michael; his two sisters, Jessica and Gianna; his girlfriend, Shannon; his grandmas, Susan and Susan; his grandpa, Michael; his stepparents, Jeremiah and Michelle; his step siblings; his aunts; uncles; cousins; and friends.

Calling hours are scheduled for Saturday, May 30, from 2 to 7 pm, at Spadaccini and Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home, 315 Monroe Turnpike (Route 111), in Monroe. Note that just ten people will be allowed into the building at a time. Guests are to remain in their vehicle until they are waved in by an usher, and masks will be required to enter the building.

An outdoor funeral Mass is scheduled for Sunday, May 31, at 2 pm, at St Rose of Lima Church, 46 Church Hill Road. All guests will be asked to remain in their vehicles.

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