Nathan Henry Burnett
Monday 17th of March 2003 - Tuesday 30th of March 2021
Nathan Henry Burnett, loving son and amazing big brother, passed away at the tender age of 18. He is survived by his parents, John and Stacey Burnett, who loved him more than life. He is also survived by his two younger brothers, Owen and Wright, who he shared a friendship and bond that cannot be matched. He leaves behind his maternal grandparents, Edward and Linda Schoeps, his paternal grandmother, LuAnn Burnett, Aunt Robin Lewis (David), Aunt Lacy Burnett Sheridan (Peter), Uncle Todd Schoeps (Megan), Uncle Chapman Burnett (Kim Bragg), Uncle Seth Burnett (Julia), and Uncle Daniel Burnett (Amy) in addition to cousins Sloane, Shea, Parker L, Sage, Brant, Leah, Levi, Halle, Miles, Anna, and Parker B.
Nathan was a senior at Henry Clay High School, and was excited about attending college in the Fall to study Exercise Science/Pre-Physical Therapy. He played baseball at Eastern Little League from the age of four to twelve, and played for the Henry Clay Blue Devils for two years. He also played travel baseball for Commonwealth Baseball Club. He enjoyed competing on the basketball court in the Glendover Basketball League from the ages of five until seventeen. Nathan worked part time for Zim's Cafe, and loved his job and work family.
Nathan loved his friends fiercely. He had a huge heart and was kind to everyone that he met. He loved his dogs, Jett and Tripp, in addition to spending time with his friends and family. Nathan loved the outdoors and finding new adventures. He left this earth doing something that he loved, snowboarding, and this is something that has given a small amount of comfort to all those that knew and loved him.
Visitation will be from 4:00pm to 8:00pm on Tuesday April 6th at Milward's Funeral Home 1509 Trent Blvd. Lexington, KY. A smaller service will be held at 11:00 am Wednesday April 7th at the same location. If friends and family would like to make a donation in lieu of flowers, please donate to The Cathedral Domain. www.cathedraldomain.org
I am quite sorry for your great loss. Your family is in my prayers.
Georgette & Pat Prestosays
Our heartfelt prayers to your entire family on this profound loss. May you faith and God's love help you through your grief. God Bless...Georgette & Pat
I was friends with Nathan all throughout middle school and he was truly one of a kind. He was such a sweet and kind person, and never failed to make those around him smile! I will never forget all the memories from the Friday’s spent at Orange leaf, Suggins, and Wheelers together, as they were some of the best memories I hold from Morton. Nathan touched the lives of so many people and was so loved. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this heartbreaking time.
May God wrap you all in his loving arms during this difficult time. . I have worked at a school and you could tell how caring Nathan was.....God Bless! MEGARET
Toby & Adriana Millersays
John, Stacey and boys, there is not enough words that we can expression for the loss of Nathan . Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. We at Boots Auto Body send our deepest and heartfelt condolences.
My heart is breaking for you all. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.