Isaac Aimery Nicholson
It is with great sadness that Isaac Aimery Nicholson lost his battle with cancer on February 6, 2019.
When thinking of words to describe Isaac, witty, creative and stylish describe him well. There are many qualities one can possess that may be unseen by the passerby but spend two minutes with Isaac and his sense of humor and charisma was undeniable.
Isaac was a very inquisitive person enjoying building things, doing crafts, discussing business and art, and working on experiments with his dad Jai. He and is big brother Jordyn were best of friends, they were inseparable and went on many adventures together. He and his sister Makala shared a common interest in tiny homes and both hoped to have their own one day. His wit and love of humor was shared with his little sister Rebekah. Many of days were spent creating jokes and little skits together to present them to the family. Isaac shared a love of cooking with his grandma Nancy and his love of classic vehicles with his grandpa Paul.
Those that knew him well knew Isaac as a human packrat a collector of all things shiny... or not.
Isaac eventually lost his battle with cancer but he took it in stride when he learned of the cancer diagnosis. Always showing great courage and was determined to set new goals. When he lost his arm to the disease two years ago he invited family and friends to attend the funeral of his arm and showed everyone that he was determined to move on and not let anything set him back. Not long after, he was helping his grandpa build a cabin and working on cars. Isaac grew up to be a stylish young man always looking his best even when he had little. We will miss you Isaac. Thanks for being in our family.
Isaac is survived by his daughter, Abrianna Nicholson, dad Jai Nicholson (AZ), brother Jordyn Nicholson (AK), Sisters Makala Nicholson (OR) & Rebekah Nicholson (AZ), Grandparents Paul & Nancy Nicholson (OR), Great-grandparents Von & Nora Gaskill (OR), Leonard Kramer, (OR), Aunt Vanessa Nicholson, (FL), Also surviving is his mother April Davis Nicholson (AK), and grandmother Terry Davis (AK)
The family asks in lieu of flowers, please give donations to OHSU Knights Cancer Institute (OsteoSarcoma) research in memory of Isaac A. Nicholson. www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/cancer/ how-you-can- help/make-a- gift/index.cfm