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Nathan Cole Wineinger

December 17, 2000 ~ September 23, 2023 (age 22) 22 Years Old


Nathan "Nate" Wineinger, 22, of Hemet, CA, passed away on September 23, 2023. He was born in Murrieta on December 17, 2000. During his senior year of high school at Tahquitz, he attended MSJC and graduated with his EMT certification in 2019. Nathan, had a vibrant personality and a dark sense of humor everyone loved. He was witty and had a special talent for making people laugh, he was even crowned the "meme king" among his friends. His joviality and zest for life left a lasting impression on everyone he crossed paths with. 

Nate had a deep passion for adventure and found solace in riding his motorcycle. It was during these rides that he experienced a great sense of peace and happiness. Oceanside beach held a special place in his heart, where he would often gather with friends and his little brother for bonfires, creating cherished memories that will be forever treasured.

Nathan was a loving and supportive brother and son. He always made time for his family and valued their company above all else. His ambition and hard work were evident in his career as a Supervisor at Amazon. He showed great leadership and work ethic that will live on among his team. Nate had big dreams and was determined to achieve them.

In his free time, Nate enjoyed riding his motorcycle, attending car meets, working on his car, and spending quality time with his loved ones. Nate had the ability to find joy in every moment. His charm and humor were infectious. 

Nathan is survived by his Mother April, Father Brian, Sister Janae, Brother Dylan, his Grandparents Ross and Cheri Love, his Grandpa Larry Wineinger, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Their bond was unbreakable, and the memories they created together will forever hold a special place in their hearts.

Nathan Wineinger's departure is a great loss to all who had the privilege of knowing him. He will be remembered for his big heart, caring nature, and thoughtfulness. Many consider him to be the best friend they could ever have. Nathan was loved by many and will be missed dearly. 

Long Live Nate. May his soul rest in eternal peace.





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