Nicholas Alexander Bourne, 35, died Friday, December 5th, 2014 in Rochester, NY. He leaves his mother Patricia (Wilson) Bourne, his father Edward Bourne; brothers Ryan and Christopher, aunt Rosemary & Liz, cousins Theresa, Caroline, Rosey and Dave; and many close friends.
Born and raised in Rochester, the son of Edward and Patricia (Wilson) Bourne, he was a lifelong resident of Western NY. He graduated from Penfield High School and was working on completing his computer science degree from RIT. He was employed at Contour North as a web developer. He was an avid photographer, expert in computers and all things electrical. He was known as kind hearted and loved animals.
His Visitation will be held Saturday, December 13, 2014 11 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. at Morgan Communities, 1 Oakmont Boulevard in Webster, NY. In Lieu of flowers, please send donations through www.youcaring.com (276675).
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, RochesterCremation.com
This is really unbelievable. I have known Nick since in was in high school with my son they were friend. He will be deeply missed by our family
Just too soon. My love to all.
We are so very sorry for your loss.
Joe,Mary Ann,Anthony and mark arango
Me and Nick where good friends in high school. I am in utter disbelief in hearing of his passing.
My condolences to you and the family. He was a good man and shall be missed.
I worked with Nick at Bay Trail and have thought about him often throughout the years. He was caring, sensitive and his own sense of humor.
Nick was my best friend. I miss him so much. I love you nickypoo, you changed my life, saved my life… I love you so much. I dream about you every night. Please keep on coming to me in my dreams… I miss my best friend 🙁
My prayers to you and your family Chris, I was shocked to hear of his passing and grieve for him though we have never met, Chris I miss your smile and friendship and feel your loss so very deeply, I can’t find the words to comfort you. So sorry my friend,
Love Deb and Family
Katie and I have heavy hearts after learning of Nick’s passing, and our thoughts and prayers are definitely with Nick and the entire Bourne family. I have cherished knowing Nick across many stages of his life and having had the chance to spend quite a bit of time with him over the years. More recent memories include time spent boating with Nick and Chris, going out to the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit in late August, and so much more. Perhaps one of my fondest and most lasting memories of Nick will be from the Dream Cruise trip when we asked Nick, “How do you feel about getting some food?”, and his quintessentially-Nick response was, “Good!”. Regrettably Katie and I were out of town this past weekend as we would have liked to show our respects at the visiting hours on Saturday. Katie and I offer our sincerest condolences to the Bourne family.