***In lieu of flowers, and as a great honor on Nathan’s behalf, we ask that you donate any memorials to an organization he loved and supported; The Warrior Dog Foundation:
Nathan Christopher Stamp. Son. Brother. Brother-in-law. Grandson. Nephew. Friend. Iowa Hawkeye, St. Louis Cardinals Fan, Green Bay Packers Cheesehead, Michigan Wolverine Follower, (yes, a difficult thing for a Hawkeye and unexplainable to many), Dog Lover (and they sure loved him), and ardent proponent and defender of our military and first responders.
Nathan loved all sports and had varying degrees of success as a participant. Baseball was his passion, but he did it all: Basketball, golf, snowboarding, wakeboarding, softball and mountain biking.
A talented guitar player, Nathan could pick up the notes by merely listening. He was a devoted viewer of movies of all kinds, especially the Marvel movies.
He was loved and loving
Softhearted and strong
Peanut to his Mom and Dad.
Dude or Stamp to his friends. Bro to Taylor and Ali.
He is OUR Nathan and he will be dearly missed. We love you.
Mom and Dad (Chris and Carl Stamp)
Taylor and Ali (brother and sister-in-law)
Grandma and Grandpa Stamp, Grandpa Dick, Uncle Neil and Aunt Carol, Aunt Terri and Liz and cousins Bethany, Kyle and Bryce
In honor of Nathan, the family will be dressing smart casual. Nathan loved team jerseys and Hawaiian shirts. We hope to see a few!
In lieu of flowers, and as a great honor on Nathan’s behalf, we ask that you donate any memorials to an organization he loved and supported; The Warrior Dog Foundation:
Nathan Stamp was a passionate individual. Some of his passions included his love of his country, respect for our military, and love of dogs. One of his foundations aligned with his passions was the Warrior Dog Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides retirement and rehabilitation to Warrior K9s slated to be euthanized.
If you would like to make a gift in Nathan’s memory, please fill out the donation form. At the bottom of the page in the “additional comments”, please indicate “In Honor of Nathan Stamp” so the organization can recognize the gifts in Nathan’s name.