Nathan Woodworth

Nathan Woodworth

Tuesday, June 3rd, 1986 Monday, August 17th, 2020

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Obituary for Nathan James Woodworth

Nathan J Woodworth, 34, born June 3, 1986, passed away unexpectedly in a tragic accident on Monday, August 17, 2020. As a lifelong resident of Enfield, Nate graduated from Enfield High, class of 2005.
Nate was an admired husband and soulmate of Cassandra Woodworth (Bruno), a treasured son of James and Debra (Ledoux) Woodworth. Nate leaves his 3 daughters, Jocelyn (10), Layla (4) and Miley (1) whom he cherished more than anything; his brother Jason Woodworth and his wife Crystal; his sister Jessica Harvey and her husband Sean; several adored nieces and nephews; his in-laws who he considered his own and so many friends who he considered family and would have done anything for.
Nate was fiercely loyal, hard working, selfless and could always put a smile on your face. He loved anything with an engine, especially Harley-Davidson motorcycles, quads and any type of heavy equipment. Nate spent most of his time with his girls creating memories, from pulling the wagon behind his tractor, pushing them on swings, making jewelry with beads and even the occasional manicure. Nate loved sitting by a fire with a Miller Lite, surrounded by friends. Nate enjoyed being outdoors, so camping and fishing were always part of vacation. On the off season he would cheer on the NFL Giants, even though he realized his wife’s team (Cowboys) were way better. Nate had a heart of gold, he loved big, laughed often and made every situation better just with his presence. Nate will be missed more than words can explain, but we do know he left us knowing how much he was loved and admired by many, and we know his level of love for his wife and girls could never be measured.
His family will welcome friends, family and anyone who held Nate closely to their hearts on Monday, August 24, from 4-7 at Leete-Stevens Funeral Home, 61 S Rd, Enfield. Services will be held privately for the family before waking hours. To honor Nate, we are requesting casual attire to be worn. If anyone has any Harley Davidson, Nine Line, Grunt Style or anything American made we encourage you to wear them. Nate was a devoted all American, who took pride in his country, so we would like everyone to be proud with him.
In lieu of flowers, a Go Fund Me page has been set up for Nates family to help with any future hurtles that come with raising three girls; such as weddings, college and any new adventures they may take part in.The direct link to this page is,
MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE REQUIRED.Attendance may be limited to abide by the Governor’s Executive Order and for public safety. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit

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    Monday, August 24th, 2020 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Leete Stevens Enfield Chapels
    61 South Rd.
    Enfield, CT
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    Monday, August 24th, 2020
    4:00pm - 7:00pm

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Liz and Rick Quinlan

I can't believe your loss. You and your family are ion our thoughts and prayers,
Comment | Posted at 05:13pm via Condolence

Vicente & Lois Audinot

Deb and Jim and Family,

Human words are so inadequate for a loss like yours, but please know that we are praying for "the Father of compassion and God of all comfort " to comfort you as only He can. May your "comfort overflow through Christ." (2Corinthians 1)
Vicente "Kiki" and Lois Audinot
Comment | Posted at 01:22pm via Condolence

David Wandzy

I am so sorry for your loss
Comment | Posted at 03:57pm via Condolence

Ann Marie Buczkowski

My name is Ann Marie Buczkowski. I am the second cousin to Nathan. So sorry for your loss. Love and prayers to you and your family. My deepest condolences.
Comment | Posted at 05:00pm via Condolence

Sherry Branch

Cassie, I don't know you well, but I remember when Nathan was born to my cousin Deb and her sweet Jim. I had a son born the same year. This is a devastation for your whole family. Please know that I am praying for you and your girls as you face the future one minute at a time. My heart goes out to all of you who are so saddened by Nathan's passing.
Sherry (Burrell) Branch
Comment | Posted at 08:46pm via Condolence

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