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Nathan Kamman

July 8, 1974 - August 14, 2016

Burial Date: August 25, 2016

Funeral Home Hidden Valley Funeral Home of Kearney

  • Visitation will be 3-4pm, Thursday, August 25, 2016, at Hidden Valley Funeral Home, Kearney, MO.
  • Memorial service will follow at 4pm.

Nathan was born on July 8, 1974, in Friend, Nebraska. Nathan is the youngest of 3 children born to the union of Kenneth D. Kamman and Renee Y. Hinman. Nathan went to be with God on August 14, 2016, at home in Kearney, MO.

Visitation will be 3-4pm, Thursday, August 25, 2016, at Hidden Valley Funeral Home, Kearney, MO. A Memorial service will follow at 4pm.

Nathan spent childhood years in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. He attended school in Smithville, MO. Adult years were in Smithville, Holt, and Kearney, MO.

As a child, Nathan had a passion for collecting Hot Wheel Cars which carried over to adult years and then became interested in remote control cars. He purchased parts and cars and rebuilt them for himself as well as his nephew, Kyle, and brother, Tim. His neighbor also became interested and they would all enjoy running their cars in the neighborhood.

Nathan was employed by Complete Home Concepts as a gutter installer. He loved his work and enjoyed the people that he worked with. Nathan was a very hard, loyal worker. He was a big help for his mother and step father in home repairs and basic upkeep.

Nathan was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Delbert Kamman, Sacramento, CA; his maternal grandparents Marion and Helen Mae Goulet (Hinman), Shenandoah, IA; and his beloved and loyal cat, Tigger, who was 19 years old; as well as a host of family members.

Nathan is survived by step sons Lee and Alex Goree; grandson Kyland Allen Goree; his mother Renee and step-father Richard Brown; father Kenneth and step-mother Leona Kamman; brother Timothy Kamman; nephews Andrew and Joshua; sister Jessica and brother in law Brian LaFavor; nephew Kyle and niece Cassidy Taylor.

Nathan was a great son, brother, uncle and friend. He was full of life and lived it to his fullest doing it “His Way”.

Nathan, although you are now in Heaven and playing with Tigger you will never be forgotten by those who knew and loved you. Until we meet again in Heaven; we love you forever. Dad

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