Nathan LeRoy Riblett, 35, of Lincoln, NE passed away on Thursday, January 9, 2020. Celebration of Life: 3pm on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at College View SDA Church, 4801 Prescott Ave., Lincoln, with Pastor Terry Bock officiating.
Nathan was born November 29th, 1984 to Bettie Hohl Riblett and Mac Riblett, in Fort Worth, TX.
Nathan is survived by his mother Bettie Riblett, father Mac Riblett, brother Christopher Riblett, all of Lincoln NE; Uncle/Aunt Les and Joanie Roberts, Lincoln NE; Uncle Keith Stroebel, Lincoln NE. Cousins: Rick Roberts, Lincoln NE; Cathy (Mike) Ward, Lincoln NE; Mary Roberts, Lincoln NE; Robin Richardson, AZ; Cami Stenglein, Blair NE; Jodi (Jason) Taylor, New Orleans LA; Alana Stroebel, Omaha NE and many more family, extended family and friends.
Preceded in death by Grandparents Roy and Ruth Hohl, Aunt/Uncle Jean and Bill Snyder, Uncle SSGT William (Billy) Roberts, Uncle/Aunt Jerry and Dorothy Roberts, Aunt/Uncle Linda and Jim Stenglein, Aunt Julia Stroebel, Cousin Jill Pacheco-Smiley, Cousin Parrish (Mary) Roberts and his beloved dog JoJo.
Nathan had countless hobbies / interests such as online MMORP gaming, working puzzles, building model cars, working on cars and his pickup. He also took his childhood love of Legos into adulthood through building vehicles, stadiums, historical buildings. He enjoyed watching shows like American Pickers, Count Kustoms and Pawn Stars.
Nathan was an avid cyclist, often times you could see him riding all over Lincoln with his brother or friends and many of the towns he visited while traveling with his aunt and uncle. Though often appearing stoic, he was a warm young man, with a big heart and goofy sense of humor. He was often laughing or joking around and picking on certain of his cousins.
Celebration of Nathan’s life will be on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at the College View Seventh-day Adventist Church, 4801 Prescott Ave. in Lincoln. We will meet in the Heritage Room at the church. Condolences may be placed using the form below.
Memorials to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.