Nicholas C. Jennings

September 17, 1986 - November 3, 2020

Nicholas C. Jennings, 34, passed away unexpectedly on November 3, 2020 in Sugar Grove. He was born on September 17, 1986 to Patrick M. and Lori L. (Nee Voyles) Jennings in Elmhurst.

Nick will be remembered for his smile, his silliness, and quoting TV and movies. He was a homebody with a sweet, generous, and loving soul. He never liked to be away for too long. He was very athletic and competitive, loving to play sports. He was loyal to his friends and family. He loved to buy gifts that he knew people wanted or would love, especially as surprises. He loved to play frisbee golf, the outdoors, and camping. He was always up for a game of Monopoly or cards. 

He leaves behind his parents Patrick and Lori, His youngest brother Garrett, his grandparents, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and lifelong friends.

He is preceded in death by his brother Patrick M. Jennings II, his grandparents, his great grandparents, and an uncle.

Memorial visitation will be held on November 13, 2020 from 1PM-3PM at Moss Family Funeral Home 100 South 3rd Street St. Charles, IL. A private memorial service will begin promptly at 3P

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions of occupancy, the visitation will be limited. All visitors entering the funeral home are required to wear a face covering.  Be prepared to wait outside if occupancy becomes an issue. Due to the number of people who would like to pay their respects, we ask that you make your visitation a brief one.  The family appreciates your sincere cooperation during these very challenging and difficult times

Guest Book

  • Molly Borowski Nick, you had a contagious smile and you were always so kind. It's difficult knowing you're gone so soon, but you're gone to a better place and this isn't goodbye, but see you later ❤️. Rest your sweet soul cousin. Aunt Lori, Uncle Pat, and Garrett my thoughts and prayers are with you each and every day.
  • Allison Maan de Kok Sending my love and prayers to my godparents Pat and Lori and cousin Garrett as I mourn the loss of my loving, humor-filled cousin Nick.
  • Luke Maan de Kok Nick, I always loved playing 31 with you. Your sense of humor always filled the room and made the family parties in grandma’s basement a great time! I loved talking White Sox baseball with you. You will be greatly missed. You and your family will be in my prayers forever.
  • Kami Bauer Sending my love to the entire Jennings family. The Bauer family is thinking of you and praying for you. We are always hear for you all.
  • Wendy Glover I remember the picture on Lori's desk of her boys, and always telling funny stories about Nick.
  • John Jennings Memories fade over time but your smile will live on for ever. Just such a nice person, shy with a great sense of humor. Always friendly, respectful and loving. My love, thoughts and prayers to Pat, Lori and Garrett . Rest in peace and may God bless you.
  • Kristin Szwajkowski & Family Lori, Patrick and Garrett, - I can not begin to imagine the depth of your sorrow and pain. They were both such handsome young men. Who I have no doubt were just wonderful people. I wish I would have known them. i hope that the boundless love of your sons and all the wonderful memories you all share bring you comfort. We are sending you love and prayers and hope you are able to find strength during this dark time. love you cuz
  • Kristen Kinell Nick, All of my memories of you are of playing 31 on Christmas and Easter with the family. You always made the conversation more lively with your sense of humor. You will be missed dearly but I know that you are now in a better place. Love Kristen
  • Charise Jennings Nick I did not know you when you were young however, what I do know is you had a great smile! And your Mom and Dad always shared stories of you. Oh the love. Your youngest cousins and I and of course your Uncle John will miss you very much
  • Karolina Bys Dear Lori! Please accept my deepest condolences. I can't imagine the pain you're feeling. I will be praying for You and Your Family. Karolina Bys.
  • Anna Kasznia I remember Nick always making jokes at family parties and his love for playing cards. Taken too soon, but in our hearts and memories forever. Anna & Griffin
  • Kathleen Kinell Remembering a sweet, adorable (those dimples!) caring nephew. You were such a shy boy, always close to mom, sucking on those fingers. So cute. Remembering Kristen and Megan looking adoringly up at you as you walked up the aisle at Diane’s wedding. Will miss you and your brother terribly. May God hold both of you close in his arms. We love you💕
  • Susan Borowski Nick you were my first godson and I was so proud to be asked. You were such a sweet little boy and I just loved your dimples. You are loved very much and will be missed dearly .Aunt Sue
  • Katie Vear Our heart goes out to you and your family. We love you and are here for you! Love, Brian, Katie, and Connor Vear
  • Diane Maan de Kok Nick- A couple of years ago I posted a picture from my wedding on Facebook and you commented on how special you felt that day as my ring bearer and you paid me a very sweet compliment. That's how you always were. Sweet Nick and oh those adorable dimples! When you were born I now had two cute nephews and I loved when I got to babysit you and PJ or just hang out with you two. Regardless of how long since I'd seen you, I could always count on a big hug. I cherish those memories. - Aunt Diane
  • Megan Borowski Nick- You always told me that I was your favorite cousin, even a week before your passing :) I have soooo many memories from our shared birthday parties when we were kids, to the walks around grandma's house during family gatherings to our silly facebook chats as we got older. You and PJ's humor was always cherished during holidays and get- togethers. You two were always inseparable and I am sure you are now as well in heaven. You were and are so loved by so many and will be missed.
  • Lori Andreatta Nicholas - I'm sorry I never had the chance to meet you either but your mom talked about you boys all the time at work. RIP