Nicholas (Nick) Davis Lamborn, 14, died Feb 26, 1998 of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Nick was a Teacher in the Honeyville 2nd Ward. He was currently attending 9th grade at Box Elder Middle School. Nick loved machines and spent many happy hours working on and driving his 1967 Dodge truck, radio controlled truck and boat, the old family boat and even the lawn mower. He also was an avid snow boarder, soccer player and water-skier, taking every opportunity possible to pursue whichever happened to be in season. Quiet reserved and kind by nature, Nick enjoyed a large circle of friends. To go visit his friends and bowl, play Nintendo, ride motorcycles, or even do homework made him very happy. Nick had a very special relationship with his family. He and his older brother Ryan were good friends and would spend many hours late at night talking. Ryan was Nick's mentor and guide in many things and even though they didn't agree on everything there were few, if any, cross words spoken between them. The apple of Nick's eye was his baby brother, Wilson (Gus, as Nick called him). He spent a lot of time tending, playing, teaching and trailering Gus around town behind his mountain bike. His relationship with his parents was also one to be envied. He willingly helped his mom do whatever she asked. He was a good cook and would cook dinner whenever his mom asked and even though he didn't like doing dishes he would do them and never complain. Nick also was a great hand for his dad. He would go get spring water a couple of times a week and would even ask to go work at the family's apartments.Surviving are his parents, Vance and Laurel; two brothers, Ryan and Wilson Lamborn, all of Honeyville, Utah; his grandparents: Reuel and Alice Lamborn, Logan, Utah; Jack and Janice Davis, Huntsville, Utah.
Funeral services Tuesday, March 3, 1998 at 1 p.m. at the Honeyville 2nd Ward Chapel with Bishop Scott Webre officiating. Friends may call Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Myers Mortuary, 205 So. 100 E., Brigham City and on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the church. Interment will be in the Honeyville Cemetery.
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