Nick Fudge Obituary, Death – what happened to Nick Fudge from wicked tuna? Drug overdose decompression sickness, Nicholas S. “Duffy” Fudge, age 28 and a resident of Greenland, went suddenly on Thursday, July 19, 2018, due to an unforeseen illness. He is the son of Judy (VanDeVoorde) Fudge of Greenland and Ronald Fudge Jr. of Topsfield, Massachusetts, and was born on August 1, 1989 in Topsfield, Massachusetts. Nicholas earned his high school diploma from Portsmouth High. He was a master of all the sports he tried his hand at, but some of his all-time favorites were fishing, hockey, lacrosse, skiing, snowboarding, and surfing.
Fishing and being outside were two of his favorite hobbies. Nick’s father and grandpa taught him how to fish for tuna when he was a little boy. After establishing himself as one of the most accomplished sport fisherman in the nation, he was invited to appear in the reality program Wicked Tuna produced by National Geographic for numerous seasons. Nick also had a deep appreciation for the natural world, and he took his obligation to preserve it very seriously. Someone once remarked, “Nick was always the coolest kid, but he had a way of making you feel like you were just as cool as he was.” Nick has a way of making others feel like they are just as cool as he is. The warmth of his heart and the brilliance of his personality made him an asset to any setting. He was well-known for his grin, his bravery, his adventurous spirit, his naughty sense of humor, and the enormous embraces that he would give.
Nick is currently embarking on his next journey, which will include him searching for his misplaced mobile phones, identification cards, and credit cards. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his “younger” brother Cody Fudge, his maternal grandparents Terry and Connie VanDeVoorde of Nashua, his girlfriend Ali Currier of Holderness, and a large number of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. His paternal grandfather Ronald Fudge Sr. of Topsfield, his maternal grandparents Terry and Connie VanDeVoorde of Nashua, and his paternal grandfather Ronald Fudge Sr. His grandmother, Marilyn Fudge, had passed away before he was born.
On Wednesday, July 25, 2018, from 4 to 8 PM, guests are welcome to pay their respects at the Remick & Gendron Funeral Home, which is located at 811 Lafayette Road in Hampton. Family and friends are cordially welcomed to attend and are kindly requested to dress in “Duffy style.” An announcement regarding a memorial service and celebration of life will be made at a later time. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Nicholas “Duffy” Fudge Memorial Fund, which was established to assist in the preservation of the environment and can be sent to the following address: c/o TD Bank, 46 Lafayette Road, North Hampton, New Hampshire 03862. Visit the website www.RemickGendron.com in order to read Nick’s full obituary, sign his tribute wall, or obtain driving directions.