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Nathan Alan Hogancamp

September 21, 1976 - March 30, 2021

 

Nathan Alan Hogancamp, 44, of Kansas City, MO passed away Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at the Kansas City Hospice House.  A memorial service is being planned for May 8 with burial at the Iowa River Church of the Brethren near Green Mountain.  Memorial contributions may be made to: University of Northern Iowa Foundation, Music Education Scholarship #213128.  

 

Nathan was born on Tuesday, September 21, 1976, at Sartori Memorial Hospital in Cedar Falls, IA.  Following graduation from Cedar Falls High School in 1995, Nate attended the University of Northern Iowa and then worked as a telemarketer for APAC.  He relocated to KC in 2002 and married Jessica McNickle in August of 2010 in Estes Park, CO.  Nathan attended UMKC and then pursued employment at Sprint, FreightQuote, and Dex Media and most recently Spring Venture Group.  

 

One of Nathan’s personal passions was music which encompassed the Noah Goode Band and the Big Delicious Band.  Writing, performing, and recording original music as well as lyrics were at the heart of his creative endeavors.  The Bulls, Bears, Cubs, UNI Panthers, and UI Hawkeyes lead the many, many, many sports teams Nate followed.  He loved his Siamese cats, cooking, golfing, and crossword puzzles.  Nate enjoyed socializing with a variety of incredible groups of friends and colleagues.  His nieces, Sadie and Gemma, were a favorite topic of “Uncle Nate’s.”

 

Nathan was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Frances and Lester Hogancamp, and maternal grandparents, Virginia and John Zink. Nate is survived by his wife Jessica McNickle (KC); mother Nancy Standafer (John), Cedar Falls; father Randy Hogancamp (Jane Whitehead), Cedar Falls and Chicago; sister Amanda Shine (Dan), Conrad; two nieces, Sadie and Gemma; in-laws Sally and Robert McNickle, Ashland, KS; sister-in-law Jill (Emily), Dallas; and a band of loving friends.  

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Condolences

Lisa Grapp Orsborn Apr 01 ,2021

Friend ,Cedar Falls ,Iowa

I am so very sorry to hear about Nate’s passing. He was way to young! I have many great memories with Nate during our time together in youth choir and youth group at First United Methodist Church in Cedar Falls, IA. He was always so kind to everyone and had a big heart. I enjoyed his personality and his gift of music. He will be missed by many. Sending love and prayers for peace and that you feel God’s arms wrapped around all of you during this difficult time.

Bill and Deb Fox Family Apr 01 ,2021

Friend ,Ashland ,Kansas

Thinking and praying for you all! God bless!

Alex Franklin Apr 02 ,2021

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Nate befriended me when we were working at Dex Media together and even though he was 14 years older than me, we bonded quickly over our taste in music and love for National Public Radio (NPR) - it is all either of us ever had on in our car! We were always catching up on 'Wait Wait' episodes over weekends, when he would tell me about the new crepes recipe he and his wife tried at the local place down the street. He had a personal goal of making me a Butch Walker fan and succeeded. I met his wonderful wife, Jessica, and we instantly bonded over our love for Wilco. . eventually we all went to see Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) together - Nate was always an advocate for peace and equality. We both moved from Dex Media to Spring Venture Group by chance and so it just felt like we were meant to be friends. . I think he was the kind of person who made everyone he met feel that way too. Nate was a great friend to me and was always there for me even if I wasn't there for him all the time. I send my deepest condolences and will always wish I spent more time with him. He will be missed greatly by many friends and coworkers.

Debbie Coomes Apr 02 ,2021

Friend, co-worker and cubicle neighbor at Spring ,Overland Park ,Kansas

Nate was one of the most laid back easy going person I have ever met. We sat every day across the aisle from each other at Spring Venture for over 2 years. He had his nieces pictures on the computer or sometimes the cat. We ate many a breakfast at our desks as we started our morning at 7:00 am. He loved his wife dearly and would often talk about her. He was a gentle soul and he will be missed. My prayers are with his family and I am positive he is playing music in Heaven.

Roberta Bodensteiner Apr 02 ,2021

Friend ,Cedar Falls ,Iowa

Fond memories of the Noah Goode Band and Nate's musical talents remain part of his relationship with my family. My sympathies to Nate's family and friends.

Geraldo Pazar Apr 02 ,2021

friend/co-worker ,Lenexa, ,Kansas

Nate and I worked together at Freight Quote and Dex Media for over 10 years. We lived close by each other and would often car pool to work. He was such a great guy, and I really enjoyed our friendship over the years. I probably met you all at Nate's 40th birthday party at Martini Corner. I'm so very, very saddened to learn about the loss of my friend, as many, many people that knew Nate and worked with him have said the same. My thoughts and prayers to his family.

Becca Andersen & Dave Pope Apr 02 ,2021

Friend and teammate ,Kansas City ,Missouri

My husband and I played sand volleyball with Nate many, many years ago. Sometimes if I was slacking a bit, Nate would just give me a look that said, "c'mon!" and I'd try a little harder. We were kind of a band of misfits but sure had fun playing together. I can still hear echos of his great laugh. Our hearts are aching for Jessica, Nate's family and his many, many friends. Results of a life well-lived, full of song and deep connections, are the broken hearts of those left behind. RIP Nate.

Amy Barnhardt Apr 02 ,2021

worked with ,Eudora ,Kansas

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Carrie Lonsdale Apr 02 ,2021

coworker ,Kansas City ,Missouri

On behalf of myself as a coworker I want to extend my condolences and let you know Nate was a quiet man and he was passionate about helping others. I saw all the drawings on his wall and pictures of his family. Our thoughts are with you all through this time.

James T McNickle Apr 02 ,2021

uncle ,New York ,New York

Sending deepest condolences to all the family. Nate was a gentle soul that was a godsend to my niece Jessica. Rest in peace.

Marne Apr 02 ,2021

sorority sister to Jessica ,Edina ,Minnesota

Jessica-- I am so sorry to hear of your husband Nathan's passing. Blessings to you and your family. Always, Marne (Minks) Chaput, Theta sister at KU

Anson Kibby Apr 03 ,2021

Neighbor ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Jessica and all of Nate's family - my sincerest condolences. Wishing you strength for the sorrow, and joy in the celebration of an all-too-short life.

Dave McAdam Apr 03 ,2021

Friend of Jessica ,Alexandria ,Virginia

Jessica — Lura and I just learned of your husband’s passing. We are so sorry to hear this news. Please accept our deepest condolences. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Please let us know if we can do anything for you during this difficult time. With our deepest sympathy, Dave and Lura McAdam

Carly Lippert Apr 04 ,2021

To Nate's family, I'm sorry to hear of his passing and your loss. We went to high school together and I remember his humor, smile, kindness and music talent. May your memories help provide comfort at this most difficult time.

Heather Apr 05 ,2021

Friend/co-worker ,Olathe ,Kansas

I am so sorry for your loss. He was a bright shining star and I know you’ll miss that light. Prayers to you and your family. God bless.

Gina and Mark Manley Apr 05 ,2021

Cousin ,Olathe ,Kansas

Jessica, we are so very sorry for the loss of your beloved husband.

Jayme Allen Apr 07 ,2021

Co-worker ,Liberty ,Missouri

He was one of the most hard working people I knew. He strived for greatness and he proved that daily. My prayers go out to you all! RIP

Dan Breitbach Apr 08 ,2021

Friend/colleague of Randy Hogancamp ,Cedar Falls ,Iowa

I am so very sorry to hear this news about Nathan. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. 44 is way too young but from reading the obituary, Nathan made the most of it and touched a lot of lives very positively.

Vickie Trent Apr 13 ,2021

Friend of Nancy Standafer ,Cedar Falls ,Iowa

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time. Hugs....

Denise Carthey Apr 13 ,2021

Friend ,Decorah ,Iowa

Dear Family- So very sorry for your loss. Deepest sympathy to you all and thinking about you and pray that God comforts you in your grief.