On June 15th, 2022, Nathan Bruce Parker,19, of Lebanon, Maine left us too soon as a result of a motorcycle accident.\nNathan was a kind, loving and extremely caring person who was loved by many. He was always willing to lend a helping hand, make you laugh or just comfort you. He was one of the best sons, friend, boyfriend, brother, and coworker anyone could ask for. If you needed anything he always had your back no matter what.\nNathan's faith in Jesus was very important to him. He was dedicated to living a life of love, generosity and kindness.\nNathan had a huge support system who loved and cared about him immensely. According to everyone who knew him they all say he was such an upbeat person who had many passions. He played football for Noble High School, played his guitar, golfed with the shop boys, played outside, and liked going out to eat and ordering his weird menu items like just plain cheese sandwiches and chicken tenders with no sauce. At home he loved his pizza bites and pasta mixed with Doritos (which were always a must).\nHe had many nicknames like Hot Dog, Baby Scooby, and Nate Doggy.\nNathan had many dreams like his detailing business which just started to bloom and building his dream car.\nNathan will be truly missed by everyone who got to meet him. He is very loved.\nHe is survived by his mother and father, Sarah and Daniel Parker, brothers Adam and Caleb, sister, Makaila Parker, his second family with the Santiago's and all the shop boys at Davies Tire and Pleasant Hill auto.\nHe also has many aunts, uncles, cousins and many more. Nathan was preceded by Paul Truman Parker and Bruce Daniel Emery.\nA Celebration of life will be held on June 25, at 11:00 A.M. at Grace Community Church, 57 Wakefield St, Rochester, NH 03867 with reception to follow, please bring a chair. In lieu of flowers please donate to the Parker Family at https://gofund.me/fb6dd465.\nArrangements are under the direction of Black Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, Sanford-Springvale.\nTo leave a message of condolence click on Nathan's Tribute Page.