Nick Steele has sadly passed in Peru - Please help

by Friends and Family of Nick Steele in Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom

Nick Steele has sadly passed in Peru - Please help

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We need your help in raising money for the Steele family. Nick Steele has sadly passed in The Amazon, Peru.

by Friends and Family of Nick Steele in Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom

On the 6th of June at 5:44 am, Nick Steele passed away in Iquitos, Peru. He tried his best to stay with us for a few days, but in the end, he couldn't fight anymore.

The locals said he passed away peacefully.

The Steele family and Nick's mates' worlds have been turned upside down. Anyone who knew Nick was always touched by his love and laughter. His heart was always full of love. He was a beautiful, free-spirited human being. He lived life to the max; he lived how he wanted. He was a beautiful human being.

Thank you to everyone who's helped and supported him through times of need.

You all meant so much to him, and he will now finally rest in peace.

Nick will be cremated in Peru. Chris and Becky are currently there in Peru and will be scattering his ashes in all of his favourite places to explore in the Peruvian and Amazonian region. He was at home there, and we know he'd have wanted to have been laid to rest here.

Chris and Becky will be returning to the UK to have a ceremony with friends and family. Anyone who knew Nick and would like to pay their respects is welcome to attend.

The crowdfunded money will be used for:

•⁠  ⁠£4250 - Flights for Becky and Chris to Peru (at short notice)

•⁠  ⁠£750 - Accommodation in Peru for Chris and Becky

•⁠  ⁠£1000-2000 - Flights for Chris and Becky to get home

•⁠  ⁠£2500 - Ceremony and Cremation of Nick in Iquitos

•⁠  ⁠£2000 - To bring Nick's dog home

•⁠  ⁠£3000 to £5000 - UK ceremony

Any funds that are not used will be donated to charities that Nick has or would have wanted to support, and to the locals in his village where he lived, his Amazonian family that cared for him until the end.

Rest in peace, Nick. You will be loved always.

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