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On June 28th 2021 Nicholas Daniel Ohl 54 from Oxford Ny passed away after a long battle with a chronic illness. Nick Was predeceased by his father Daniel Ohl, Mother Margaret Rosa and brother Daniel Ohl Jr. He is survived by his children, Son Daniel Ohl (Amy Sheridan) and children Sydney Ohl, Mason Ohl, Jared and Ben Sheridan. Son Nicholas Ohl. Children Ryleigh Ohl and Adeline Ohl. Son Peter Szabelski (Jan Szabelski) and children Harper Szabelski. Daughter Jessica Szabelski. Brother, Robert (Elissa) Rosa and their children, Stacy Rosa, Robert (Felicia) Rosa, Eric (Jade) Rosa. Brother Thomas Rosa, and his son Thomas. Sister, Dianna Rosa and children, Jeremy Farnsworth and Stephanie (Dan) Engle. Sister Yvette Hatton and children, Stephen Ohl, Desiree Hatton and Luke Wilkes. Brother, Scott Ohl and children, Danielle Marzouk (Ahmed) and Josh Whitty. Brother, Stephen E. Ohl (Stella) and children, William, Brian (Alisha) and Timothy Ohl. Sister, Jean Ohl (Wayne Dennis), Brother Thomas Ohl. Several cousins and great nieces and nephews.
Nick Was one of a kind. He was VERY loud and outspoken. He had a laugh that could be heard for miles around and anyone that knew him will never forget that about him. He loved good music as long as the volume was at it's highest. He loved to build things, was a master of his craft and enjoyed passing along his knowledge anytime he could. He was never afraid to express his mind or show his emotion. If he loved some-thing he was passionate about it! He loved the outdoors and spent many years living at a nearby camp site where he was able to enjoy the simple natures of life. He loved a good dish of Mac and Cheese, his Milwaukee's best ice and a dab of that "Green Stuff." He was a Jeopardy wiz and an avid game show watcher, at times believing the people on tv could hear his cheers of encouragement. But by far the thing he loved the most was his family, especially his grandchildren. He didn't always win every round in life, but he fought every round as if it was his last and he fought the good fight! He will be remembered most for his heart, his strength and his laugh. He was fearless in life and we know he will live in death the same. Till we meet again Pops, Grandpa, Dip dip, we love and will miss you!
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Behe Funeral Home Inc. 21 Main Street, Oxford, NY 13830. Friends and family may call at the funeral home on Friday, July 9, 2021, from 1:00PM-2:00PM. Memories and condolences can be shared by visiting www.behefuneralhome.com.
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