Isaiah Cade Brindamour-Nazario, 19, died suddenly April 2, 2022 at his home in East Kingston following a long battle with substance use disorder and mental health issues.
Isaiah was part of the Winnacunnet High School class of 2021, and briefly attended New England College where he studied Outdoor Education. Isaiah had a community of unwavering friends and family behind him, and enjoyed playing video games and pondering deep questions.
Isaiah is survived by his parents, Emily Nazario-Brindamour and Michael Brindamour and siblings, Laurel and Joseph of East Kingston, NH; father, James Nazario and brother, Justice; grandparents John and Linda George; Uncle Chip Brindamour and Aunt Edie LaFrance-Brindamour, and cousin, Boston; Aunt Mary Jane Brindamour; godmother and Aunt Wendy Marois, and cousin Maya George; Aunt Dawn Olson and cousin Haven George; Aunt Patricia Ryan-Perkins and Uncle David Perkins, and cousins Jesse, Chelsea, Brandon and Kayla; and many great aunts and uncles and cousins. Isaiah is predeceased by his beloved grandparents, Charles P. Brindamour, Jr. and Mary “Kay” Brindamour, and also his Uncle Jonathan Ryan George.
Services will be held at a later date and burial will be private for the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Triangle Club, a meetinghouse and community for peer-driven recovery from addiction. Triangle Club is located at 120 Broadway St. in Dover, NH 03820. Please visit www.RemickGendron.com to view Isaiah’s memorial website to see a more complete notice, or to sign his tribute wall.
Posted online on April 07, 2022
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