Nicholas C. Gerrard passed away on January 6th, 2024, at his home in Hyrum. He was born in
Logan, Utah, to Victor and Gaylene Gerrard on August 2nd, 1979. He was the youngest sibling
Nick grew up in Wellsville, where he enjoyed many wonderful childhood experiences. He was born with a love for motorcycles. At a young age, he loved hanging out at the Honda jumps and Basin Hill at the track and the pit. His awesome skills in motorcycle riding took him to bigger and better things that led to racing long extended desert races. Nick looked forward to the sand dunes with his family and friends and the special trips when his father was here.
Nick loved every genre of music and always had the subs thumping (loudly). He picked up and knew the words to the songs and loved to sing them. He loved concerts and the atmosphere at them. He had been playing the guitar recently, and it was fun to hear him play and sing.
Nick was non-judgemental and would give you his last dollar, shirt, or whatever you needed.
You could call him at 3 am with a problem, and you knew he would be on his way. He loved
babies and small children and enjoyed holding them and making them smile. He liked to tell
jokes and make you smile and laugh. He had an infectious laugh that we all loved to hear.
Nick was all about fashion, and as a small boy, he loved dressing up and looking nice and
always made sure his clothes and hair were just right. He liked to smell good and look good.
He was an artist with paints, pencils, and markers. You name it, and he could create with it. He
loved to sit at the kitchen table and teach his grandson how to draw. If you were lucky enough to get a piece of his art, please continue to love and cherish it. He was also an accomplished tattoo artist.
Nick was a kind, polite, and compassionate person. He loved to make friends and talk. He
wanted to be like his dad, following in his footsteps with his Harley (LadyLuck) and his love for
music. He has passed on his love of motorcycles and music to his daughters and grandsons.
Nick leaves behind his three daughters Jordone, Britney, and Kloee Gerrard, and his three
grandsons Tytan, Slayde, and Khylan. Who he loved very much and we know they will miss him every day. He also leaves behind his mother Gaylene Gerrard, who has loved and cared for him and will miss him deeply. He leaves behind his siblings, Victor Gerrard, Denise (Clinton) Goldsberry, Trisha (John) Lofthouse, David (Mellisa) Gerrard, and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his father Victor L. Gerrard, a sister Tammi Lynn, and his
grandparents. There will be no formal services.