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Daniel Nicholas Trayler

Daniel Nicholas Trayler

Daniel Nicholas Trayler

Our hearts are deeply saddened with the passing of Daniel Nicholas Trayler (Nick).  He went to be with his Heavenly Father on 07/15/18.

Nick was born in Los Angeles, California on 08/20/52, and was the son of Dan & Mabel Trayler of Dumas, TX.  He graduated from Dumas High School in 1970, and was a resident of Houston, TX most of his life.  He retired from Walgreens in 2016, and moved to Amarillo in 2017.

Nick loved the study of Gemology and enjoyed Southern Gospel music.  Nick excelled in customer service in his career and loved many of his regular customers.  He will be missed by dear friends and loving family.

Nick was preceded in death by his parents, Dan & Mabel Trayler.

He is survived by his sister & brother-in-law of Amarillo, Teresa & Doug Richards, nephew & wife of Amarillo, Roger & Jessica Richards, niece & nephews of Amarillo, Alexis, Keaton & Austin Richards, uncles, cousins and many dear friends.

The family would like to thank the doctors & nurses at Northwest Texas Hospital and BSA Hospice for their loving care.

A celebration of life service will be held on Nick’s birthday, Monday, 08/20/2018, at 11:00 a.m., at Robison Chapel of the Plains at First Christian Church in Amarillo.

3 Comments

  • Billie Molder Layland Posted July 31, 2018 8:26 pm

    Sending my heartfelt sympathy to the family of Nicky Trayler. We graduated from high school so many years ago. I haven’t see him in all those many years but please know I hurt for you

  • Monica Weber Moore Posted August 2, 2018 9:34 am

    Every great once in a while you meet someone that you know in your 💟 will make a lasting impression and will be your dearest friend, that was Nic. He was always funny, very smart, and always entertaining. If you knew Nic 4 – 6 hour phone chats were his specialty. Our nights out to the Mexican food restaurants were always a blast. He had a fascinating life, I could listen to him reminice about his days before Walgreens. I know that he is up there singing his gospel songs and making all the Angels laugh. He was a great friend, confidant, and mentor. I will miss him so much! He will be forever in our Hearts. Love you to the moon and back. Till we meet again, my friend.

  • Rick Forest Posted September 8, 2018 3:39 pm

    I met Nick in the 1970’s here in Houston. He was a very nice and kind man. He would always remain calm and balanced. I hope to see him in Heaven one day.

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