Nicholas L. Aldinger

Nicholas L. Aldinger

MANCHESTER – Nicholas (Nick) Aldinger, 36, passed away at 1:27 PM, Friday, July 5, 2019, at York Hospital.

Nick was born October 30, 1982, in York and is the son of Bryan and Kim (Andrews) Aldinger.

Nick graduated from Northeastern High School in 2001, and Yorktowne Business Institute in 2003 with a degree in Culinary Arts. He was a Chef at York College for 7 years before realizing his dream and becoming an EMT with UMPC and several other EMT departments in York County.

Nick started his public service as a volunteer fire police with Union Fire department in Manchester, PA, at the age of 16 and continued as a firefighter for Eagle Fire Company in Mt. Wolf.

Nicholas is survived by his parents, his sister, Nicole Daisey and her husband Shane of Red Lion; his nephew Jordan Daisey of Red Lion; his maternal grandparents, Vance and Beverly Andrews of Manchester; paternal grandfather, Lester Aldinger of Mt. Wolf; aunts, uncles, and cousins. Nick is also survived by everyone who called him brother, uncle, and friend, which is too many to list here.

A celebration of life service will begin at 7:00 PM, Friday, July 12, 2019, at The Diehl Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 87 South Main Street, Mount Wolf. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Friday at the funeral home. Burial will be private. Officiating at the service will be Reverend Laura Bair from Starview United Church of Christ.

Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider Eagle Fire Company, 54 Center Street, Mount Wolf, PA. 17347 or Jr., First Responders Camp, 1 Hacc Drive, Harrisburg, PA. 17110.

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12 thoughts on “Nicholas L. Aldinger

  1. Nick you will be truly missed! You were an amazing friend and we had a lot of laughs and good times in high school and youth group. The legacy you made for yourself will not be forgotten and I know it will carry on with Jordan, your family, your friends, and at the fire-station. Love and hugs until we meet again!!

  2. Sending condolences. Nick was a great guy and a friend to everyone. He will be missed.

  3. Nick was a student of mine at Northeastern Senior High. His presence in class greatly made the class period have a lighthearted mode. His smile would light up the room and his laugh was infectious. I consider myself very lucky to have known Nick. My sympathy and wish for good memories to all family and friends.

  4. To Bryan, Kim and family, Prayers and love go out to all of you. Keep the faith and all the memories of Nick. They will last forever. Love you!

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you bryan kim nichole jordan and rest of family through this time.

  6. To say you will be missed is an understatement. You were an amazing friend, and I was richly blessed to know you as such. Thank you so much for all of our talks, our laughs, even the tears. Your enormous heart, humor, and selfless love for your family, friends, and community will never be forgotten. Love you Brother

  7. A heart of gold, Nick, for a young man less fortunate than you. When Michael was pushed into that sixth grade class in a wheelchair and not being able to speak, you became his first best friend and stayed that way throughout high school. Michael has great memories because of you and his other great supporters who met in that little room to study and eat. Kim and Bryan, you raised a remarkable young man.

  8. I will miss you Nick. I will cherish all the memories I have of you we shared over the years. Thank you for your services and your friendship. You had a heart of gold. Love you Big Guy. Til we meet again friend. — Susan Eppard

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