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Nicholas Wilding

Nicholas C. Wilding

Thursday, December 17th, 2020
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Obituary

Nicholas C. Wilding, of Warrington, passed away on Thursday, December 17, 2020 at The Park in Hatboro, PA. He was 76.

Nicholas was the beloved husband of Patricia (Kinker) Wilding. The couple celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary in May.

Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Nicholas Charles and Mildred Phyllis Wilding.

Nicholas earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from LaSalle College.

Before retiring, Nicholas was employed for 38 years as an inventory manager for the Aviation Supply Office, supervising a department responsible for the worldwide logistics of supplying repair parts for Navy and Air Force planes.

In his free time he loved vacationing on the beaches in NJ, SC, and FL, teaching chess and spending time with his grandsons; he also enjoyed a lifelong passion for cars.

In addition to his wife Pat, Nick will be deeply missed by his children David (Victoria) and Kathryn, and grandsons Jake and John.

A memorial service for Nick will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Nick’s name may be made to Personal Care at The Park, 3455 Davisville Rd., Hatboro, PA 19040.
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gwhdih@verizon.net

Posted at 06:03pm
Nick was a beloved friend to both Doris and I, in fact my very best friend since grade school. We shared in all the joys that life brings, as well as it’s disappointments. Nick was fortunate to have a wonderful caring family, and indeed he led a full and meaningful life. His greatest passion, outside of his family, was cars, cars and more cars. We both shared in this love and spent countless hours together under the hood back when one could still work on a car. We socialized on weekends, dined out together frequently, and even went on several vacations together. Doris and I will miss Nick deeply, but we take comfort in knowing that he is now in a better place. Our thoughts and prayers are with Pat, Dave, Vicky, Jake, John, Kathy & Paul.
With love, Doris & George Hillenbrand
BR

Brad Rathbone

Posted at 03:32pm
There are so many great memories of Dad Wilding but there is one that always comes to mind. He was a man of great wit and he always made me smile with his delivery. When Dave and I were in our sophomore year of college, Mom and Dad Wilding came to our room on one of their frequent grocery restocks (there must have been 10 bags!) . While we were all in the room, there came a knock at the door. Dave answered the door and found a very attractive freshman girl, on her knees with her hands clasped before her. "Dave, please can I borrow your notes?", she begged. Dave quickly gave her his notebook and closed the door somewhat sheepishly as his mother sat there quietly. Dad looked at me and said, "Does he make all of the freshman girls come to the door on their knees?" It was all I could do not to die laughing. He just knew how to make you smile and to bring a little joy to any moment. God bless and God's speed!!
JT

John Thress

Posted at 11:41am
God speed Uncle Nick and rest in peace. Our family's original car guy will be missed but I know you'll be stomping the gas once again. Condolences to your family and loved ones.
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