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In loving memory of
Nicholas Brandon Augello
  • September 04, 1987
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  • August 23, 2020

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Nicholas Brandon Augello, 32, of Orlando, passed away on August 23, 2020.

Nick will be missed every day by his loving parents, Mike and Pam Augello, twin brother Anthony (Tony) Augello, sister Christie, brother-in-law, Michael Whitaker, nephew Lee, his loving Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many, many great friends. He was also predeceased by his grandparents Edward and Patricia Snidar and Joseph and Donna Augello.

Nick grew up in Orlando and graduated from the University of Florida in 2010 with a BA in Business Management. After college, Nick moved back to Orlando and quickly picked back up with friends while making a lot of new ones along the way. Nick loved the Lord, attending Celebration Church where he welcomed members on Sundays as a greeter alongside participating in many other ministry and community service opportunities.

Active in two local Christian men’s groups, Nick served as a table leader at Forge and attended Man in the Mirror as one of its youngest members. He also volunteered his time on Saturday mornings at Orlando Children’s Church mentoring children of all ages.

Nick was a friend to all who knew him. He volunteered his time to help and care for people, thriving most when he was with others. He will always be remembered for his infectious laugh and witty sense of humor. He was an avid Gator sports fan and always the first on the dance floor. Nick loved traveling and being out on the water. He enjoyed trying new things and recently completed his first tandem skydive.

After having worked as a general manager for the Winter Park Firestone store and as a commercial real estate broker for First Capital Property Group, Inc. Nick most recently advanced in his career and developed great working relationships at Gator Door East, Inc. as an estimator and project manager.

A memorial service in celebration of Nick’s life will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, September 26, 2020 at Northland Church.
You can also join us livestream at https://vimeo.com/456187917/7c614b5171

In lieu of flowers, donations in Nick’s memory can be made to Orlando Children’s Church (OCC). http://orlandochildrenschurch.org/

Your eyes saw Nick’s unformed substance; in Your Book were written, every one of them, the days that were formed for Nick, when as yet there was none of them. Psalm 139:16 (ESV)

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  1. Alexandra Prevot lit a candle:
    30 Nov 2021
    Lit since November 30, 2021 at 11:46:10 PM

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    28 Oct 2020
    Lit since October 28, 2020 at 10:07:16 AM

  3. Heather Nordin says:
    25 Sep 2020
    Nick went to high school with my (now) husband and I met him and Tony about 10 years ago. We have so many wonderful memories together! Nick never seemed to meet a stranger - he was always so friendly and welcoming and his joy was contagious. Nick was a groomsman in our wedding two years ago and was the center of the dance floor the entire time. We had an absolute blast and will forever cherish those times! We both love Nick and his family so much and are grateful for his friendship throughout the years! Sending love and prayers for peace during this time.

  4. Leora Soffer says:
    23 Sep 2020
    I have such wonderful memories of so many fun times with Nick. Most recently, in December, Nick came to stay with us for the Orange Bowl. He got tickets for us — the best seats! — and we tailgated just like back in college. We stayed up until 2 a.m. and went to get bagels the next day and it was all so fun.

    A few months ago, when our son was born prematurely, Nick was there for us. He would check in and ask for updates, and we were so thankful for his support.

    I’m so grateful to have had Nick in my life. I can’t remember the moment I met Nick because my college experience is so synonymous with Nick. He was always around at all the big parties and games. He was such a good friend to my husband, Eyal, and I feel lucky that I could also call him a friend.

    Nick, you are so missed. I wish I could be there this weekend, but I will be joining virtually. Sending my love and prayers to Tony and the entire Augello family.

  5. Bob and Carol Rogers says:
    21 Sep 2020
    Bob and I remember Nick and Tony as the sweetest most polite young boys that grew to be wonderful young men. I know what a special brother Nick was to Tony and Christie and how much he was loved by his siblings and his parents. We are so sorry for your loss. There are no words. We were so touched to find out that he was a part of OCC. A special young man. We are honored to give a donation to OCC in his memory. I wish we could be there for his service, but we will be watching on line. Sending you all our love.

  6. John McGraw says:
    20 Sep 2020
    Nick was one of the kindest people I ever met and will be very much missed. I met Nick 12 years ago at University of Florida through my college roommates, and Nick and Tony quickly became regulars at every one of our football tailgates, watch parties, BBQ's, and were always in our row right with us at football games in Gainesville. I have such fond memories of my times in college and it's in part because memorable individuals like Nick were at every one of those events. Whenever you were near Nick, you knew you were going to have a fun time and, moreover, laugh a ton! He had a phenomenal sense of humor and great cheerful demeanor. He was a beautiful soul. 

    In addition to his humor, kindness, and cheerfulness, Nick was one of the best dancers I've ever met. Honestly! You could always count on Nick to be out on the dance floor at every wedding or event, creating a fun, lively, atmosphere for everyone to join into. He would always make the dance floor the cool place to be at weddings. 

    In college, we got to travel together in a group to away football games, theme parks, and, just this past winter, I was fortunate enough to get to see him at the Orange Bowl game in South Florida with my same college roommates. It was such a beautiful treat to get to root for the Gators one more time with the same core Gator Football game crew, more than a decade later. Many of us now live in different states and time zones, but our memories of college were better and more memorable, because of great people like Nick.  He will be very missed and my thoughts and condolences go out to the entire Augello family.  Thank you, Nick, for your kindness and friendship. 

  7. John McGraw lit a candle:
    20 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 20, 2020 at 9:34:19 PM

  8. Justin Calcanis says:
    19 Sep 2020
    I remember walking down Park Ave shortly after a bad breakup a number of years ago when I ran into Nick. He was sitting outside of Cigarz On the Avenue and smoking while chatting with his brother and friends. They were all warm and welcoming and invited me to have a drink with them at what was formerly Eola Wine Company (now The Parkview). Afterwards, they headed downtown to congratulate a former classmate of ours at his engagement party and Nick, being the designated driver, offered me a ride with him and one of his friends. At the end of the night, he dropped me off at my car and made sure I was okay to drive. It was fun reconnecting with everyone at such a low point in my life. I was shocked when I received the news of his passing. I always remembered him as a smart, hardworking, fun, and uplifting guy. We were never that close, but I regret not reaching out to him since then. At least I know I can visit him again, any time in memory, for another night on the town.

  9. Justin Calcanis lit a candle:
    18 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 18, 2020 at 9:10:51 PM

  10. Ashley Smith says:
    17 Sep 2020
    Nick was the party. He could dance alone, he could share the floor, but if Nick was ANYWHERE you knew you were welcome and that you were about to laugh a lot and be wholely accepted. I’m gonna miss laughing with him, but I’m guessing his heavenly entrance included a sick beat and so much celebration for our fun-loving broski! Keep the party going my friend, and save me a seat at your table.

  11. Julie Cox says:
    15 Sep 2020
    Nick was such a great friend to me when we were both back in Orlando post college. He introduced me to Wekiva Island and line dancing. He always had a smile on his face and we always had such a good time. To this day, I’ve never seen anyone else but Nick eat $20 of Taco Bell alone in one sitting. He will be sorely missed. Sending love and prayers to you all!

  12. Bill Conlisk says:
    15 Sep 2020
    I did not know Nick, but in reading his obituary, I feel like I would have liked him. A man who loved God and others, and his family. I know that his parents raised him well, and made him the man he was. My heart aches for his family, but please know that Nick is now in the arms of his Lord for eternity.

  13. Amy J. Randall lit a candle:
    14 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 14, 2020 at 9:11:20 PM

  14. Heather Brumbaugh lit a candle:
    14 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 14, 2020 at 9:00:17 PM

  15. Denise Hoenicke says:
    14 Sep 2020
    What a beautiful man, inside and out.
    My heart aches for his family and friends.

  16. Clayton Shell lit a candle:
    12 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 12, 2020 at 9:59:54 PM

  17. Clayton Shell says:
    12 Sep 2020
    We met about ten years ago which initiated a series of journeys and adventure that would elicit envy from even the most venturesome. In other words, we had fun! However, that only scratched the surface of your potential as you were above and beyond what one could hope for in a Friend. Through your unconditional loyalty, bravery, spirit, decency, and Faith, you taught me many elements that one could learn from in order to be of best self. I miss you so much. I know you're resting in peace. I know you're smiling down on us. I know we'll all meet again. God Bless You, my Friend.

  18. Silvia Calderon lit a candle:
    12 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 12, 2020 at 9:49:19 PM

  19. Angela Smith lit a candle:
    12 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 12, 2020 at 9:11:33 AM

  20. Angela Smith says:
    12 Sep 2020
    Nick, so many of my childhood memories involve you, Tony, and Christie that I will forever cherish. As we grew older, I wish we were able to connect more, but I followed your adventures on social media. You will forever be missed and loved. Give Grandma & Grandpa a hug for me. Rest in peace. Til we meet again my cousin ❤❤

  21. Jen Johnson says:
    11 Sep 2020
    Nick, your laughter was infectious and you gave the best hugs. I don’t remember a time that I didn’t see a smile on your face. You had the BEST dance moves and you filled our lives with absolute joy. I miss you dearly, Nick. Thank you for your friendship.

  22. Maria Okon says:
    11 Sep 2020
    I love you Nick. My life is richer for having you in it. I had so much fun seeing you at cousin Thea’s wedding. Thank you for always being so kind. Love, Maria

  23. Aunt Terri lit a candle:
    11 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 11, 2020 at 9:06:07 PM

  24. Tim says:
    11 Sep 2020
    Nick you were a young man of uncommon gentleness and humility. A man whose smile and heart were both warm and inviting. I thank God I had the privilege of knowing you. You will be missed. Tim V.

  25. Amy Marton lit a candle:
    10 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 10, 2020 at 9:59:20 PM

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