Nathan Alexander Vokac, age 19, of Columbus, Ohio passed away on March 22, 2021. He was born at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio on March 28, 2001. Nathan is survived by his father, Rik Vokac; mother, T.J. Vokac; sister, Valerie Richards; brother, Connor Vokac; brother-in-law, Cory Richards; nephews, Corbin Issac Richards and Jonah Alexander Richards; the love of his life, Avery Jacoby; and best friend, Max his dog. He is preceded in death by his Grandpa and Grandma Vokac; and Aunt Dawn Vokac.
Nathan grew up in Vineyard Community Church where he gave his life to Jesus. He also grew in his faith at Heritage Christian Church where he met some of his closest friends. He has spent time at One Church in Gahanna but was currently tied into Five14 calling it his home church and getting involved in ministries there. Nathan pursued purity with his Brothers in Christ and strived to be a man of God everyday. Nathan has worked at Roush Honda and spent one year at Lindsay Honda which he enjoyed and after completing Diesel Mechanic School, Nathan chose to work at Tiltons Automotive Service in Columbus. Nathan really enjoyed life, some of his many hobbies included the DiYanni brothers teaching him to deer hunt, fishing with Victor, skateboarding with Alex, Lucas, and Will, hammocking with everyone, modifying his Duramax diesel truck, ATV-4-wheeling at the lodge and Tecumseh trails with his dad, brother, Cory, and Brian Frye, hanging in the hot tub with everyone, snowboarding especially with Tasha and Tira which made him impressed, motorcycling with his family, Dalton, Brian Schweir, bowling, video gaming with whoever was online, volleyball, soccer, and hanging with his dog Max. Some of Nathan’s achievements were becoming an Eagle Scout with Troop 474, excelling in his education in Diesel Mechanics, and being an excellent son, brother, uncle, friend, and follower of Christ. Some of Nathan’s unique attributes were his great love for his family, his generous heart, always helping others in need, his love for others, his love for his nephew Corbin, his love for his friends and the blessing of finding his soulmate, Avery.
A visitation will take place Monday, March 29, 2021 from 6:00-8:00 P.M. and Tuesday, March 30, 2021 from 10:00-11:00 A.M. with a celebration of life service starting at 11:00 A.M. all services will be at Five14 Church, 5744 N. Hamilton Road, Columbus, Ohio 43230.
In lieu of flowers, you can make contributions in Nathan’s memory to The Roosevelt Coffeehouse, 300 E. Long Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 or at www.rooseveltcoffee.org or contributions can also be given to the Vokac family on Venmo @RememberingNathan