Nicholas George Demma "Nick" (77) of Jonesborough, TN passed away on September 15th. Nick was born in Bristol, VA in 1938 to the late George and Mildred Demmo. Upon graduating from High School, Nick worked as a police officer while continuing his education to a Juris Doctorate from Stetson University in St. Petersburg, Florida. Nick was a trial lawyer until his retirement in 2005 where he was licensed to practice in TN, Fl, and CA. Upon his retirement he moved back to TN where he enjoyed spending his free time coaching middle and high school football.
Nick is survived by his two daughters and their spouses, three grandchildren, and his loyal side kick Buddy. The family requests that in lieu of flowers or memorial donations that you volunteer your time at a local charity or youth organization.
The family of Nicholas George Demma would like to thank Jonesborough Family Medicine, Larry Thompson Farm, and Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|dear nick's family, i am so sad to learn nick has
left us. i am so sorry i did not check earlier on him. i was always thinking i needed to see if he was
still kicking. just missed him by months. we went
to stetson together. he talked me into joining him in california and we practiced law together.we were
very best of friends. he helped me a lot. the world'is just a sadder place without thinking nick is out there somewhere. love to all.
great man. great friend.|
||Dimas & Karla
|We met Señor Nick back in 2000
He was such a nice man. In everyway blessed my family he
became an angel to all of us always making us laugh with his
jokes, his advices to my daugthers i thank God for putting him
in our lifes we will always remember Señor Nick with that smile
and those jokes.
It make us very sad the fact he is not here with us anymore,
that will not hear him laughing and those histories that he
would always talked about.
Rest In Peace Señor Nick.
We love you
Im sorry for the family
for your lost.
God will be givimg you strength |
| To the family of Nick Demma: I was so saddened to learn of
Nick’s passing. My heart sank. We are related on both my mother
and father’s side of the family. During the late forties Nick and his
dad George came up here to Worcester, Massachusetts to visit my
mom Kaliopi and my dad, Christo Demma who operated a grocery
store and wouldn’t you know instead of going outdoors to play
Nick dutifully helped my dad in the store, he was that kind of guy.
This small act of kindness endeared him in the hearts of my
parents forever. In recent years, Nick and I had many long
telephone conversations in which I grew to know Nick as a
compassionate and loving person. I will really miss him.
|I enjoyed getting to know Nick and discussing his
vision for his building in downtown. He would
always insist on buying me lunch and brought our
office bagels and treats on numerous occasions
along with roses from his garden. So sorry for
your family's loss.
Melinda Copp with Main Street Jonesborough|
||Dr. William Kennedy
|My thoughts are with you on the passing of Mr.
Demma. I spoke with him on several occasions about
the restoration of his building in Jonesborough's
Historic District and always enjoyed our
Bill Kennedy, Chair of the Jonesborough Historic
||Mr & Mrs Wilson Wainright
|Our prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. We are very sorry for your loss.|
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