|Birth: ||May 24, 1983|
|Death: ||Oct. 14, 2003, USA|
10/16/2003 NICHOLAS ADAM AGARD BURLINGTON — Nicholas A. Agard, 20, died unexpectedly Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2003, as a result of an automobile accident. He was born in Burlington on May 24, 1983, the son of John and Stephanie (Janowski) Agard. He attended schools in Burlington, receiving his GED in 2001. Nicholas' passion was cooking, and he had hopes of one day attending culinary school. He formerly worked at the Penny Cluse Cafe under the guidance and direction of his mentor and special friend, Charles Reeves. He was presently employed at Henry's Diner. Fishing was Nicholas' first love, which he often did on his days off, and second was hunting, which he did with his dad. He also enjoyed staying on the family property in Pottersville, N.Y. Nicholas is survived by his parents, John and Stephanie Agard of West Rutland; a sister Lindsay Agard of West Rutland; a brother, John Matthew Agard of Pottersville; four aunts, Christina Lyle of Cornish, N.H., Mary Campbell of Manchester, Conn., Virginia Raymond of Grafton, and Barbara St. Cyr of Middlegrove, N.Y.; his dog, Sasha; and his very special friend, Tracy. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Joseph and Arlene Janowski, and Robert and Mildred Agard. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Oct. 18, at 4 p.m. in the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Nicholas' parents, for a charity to be determined at a later time, at 465 Pine Hill Road, West Rutland, Vt. 05777. Visiting hours will be held Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m.
10/21/2003 BURLINGTON — AGARD, Nicholas A. "Pickey" — Funeral services were held Saturday, Oct.18, 2003, at 4 p.m. in the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel by the Rev. Robert Limpert of Brant Lake, N.Y. The service was largely attended by relatives, family friends, special friends of Nicholas' and the extended family of the Penny Cluse Cafe. A beautiful eulogy which paid tribute to Nicholas' life was given by his aunt, Christina Lyle. His mentor and special friend, Charles Reeves, also spoke and paid tribute to the special person Nicholas was by reflecting on memories and time spent with Nicholas, as did Beverly Rooney of Henry's Diner. A reception immediately following the service was held in the Penny Cluse Cafe. It was sponsored by Charles Reeves, owner, in honor of Nicholas. Nicholas will be buried in Cavendish, at a time to be determined.
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