Nicolas Sidney Winston Rose, 28, of Nampa, Idaho unexpectedly died Sunday, June 30, 2019 in Boise, Idaho. Nick's family has requested privacy at this time, but they want to assure extended family members and close friends that a memorial service will be held in honor of Nick at a later date. Condolences and flowers can be sent to Relyea Funeral Chapel for delivery to Nick's family.
Nicolas “Nick” Sidney Winston Rose of Boise, Idaho, went to be the Lord and his daughter Alliee Rose on June 30, 2019. Nick was born on June 4, 1991, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, to his parents Sid Rose and Beverly Miller. At age 4, he moved back to Idaho with his father and siblings, where he spent the rest of his days working and playing, loving his time in the outdoors.
Nick had an amazing sweet spirit and was always in the moment. His smile and sarcasm were contagious, which we will miss ~ anything for a smile. He loved and enjoyed being with the people he cared for, but especially his children. He was the kind of dad that loved to get down to their level and truly engage in whatever activity they were engaged in. He loved being a dad.
From early on, he excelled in all “things” adrenaline-related ~ skiing, snowboarding, BMX, skateboarding, Moto-X, hunting, fishing, river surfing, white water rafting and camping. He had a true passion for all genres of music and was self-taught with his 6-string guitar and loved to sing as well.
Nick worked at many skilled trade, and was apt in too many things to list, but he was an all around tradesman, ending with his last endeavor as a “Rodbuster,” working with Rocky Mountain Rebar and loving the fellows he worked and worshiped with at Ten mile Christian Church.
His most favorite place to spend time was in the Boise National Forest, where he often combined most of his favorite things in life together. Although he camped all over the state, his go-to was always the Silver Creek Plunge area ~ trails, creeks, fish and motorcycles and a hot spring dip at the end of each adventurous day, followed up with dinner drinks and songs around the campfire.
His fingerprints are on so many parts of our lives; it will be challenging for us to heal, as we remember him in so many of the everyday things. We were blessed to know and to have had him in the brief time he was here.
Nick is survived by many: his grandmother Linda Rose, his father Sid Rose and his “other” mother Sue Rose, his natural mother Beverly Miller Peyton, siblings Christopher and Crystal Rose, stepsister and brother Niki and Jordan Elings, his first wife Teresa Chestnut and his daughter Kaylee Rose, his last wife Jennifer Miller and his son Lane Warren Rose, and all of the people he had met and bonded with over the years.