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Jennifer Dawn Nicholson Obituary

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Jennifer Dawn Nicholson

Noblesville, Indiana

September 18, 1958 - February 19, 2022

Jennifer Dawn Nicholson Obituary

Jennifer Dawn Nicholson (Rogers) September 18, 1958 – February 19, 2022

No doubt she was singing as she became present with Jesus on Saturday, February 19, 2022. She was an amazing Christ follower, wife, mom, grandma, friend, teacher, singer, performer… She truly lived life to the full in all areas.

She ministered faithfully side by side with her husband, Dave. Jen was a gifted worship leader, doing so in every church they served. Jen was also an amazing teacher. Whether leading as the Choral Director at Noblesville High School, teaching younger children at Noble Crossing Elementary, Directing Chapel at Noblesville First UMC Preschool, or teaching private lessons (piano, voice, ukulele, etc.); she gave her all to her students.

Jen led women’s Bible study groups, spoke and sang at conferences, and felt honored to sing the national anthem at Market Square Arena/Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Victory Field, multiple banquets and at many other venues.

She loved God with her whole being and was able to love whomever she met with His grace and kindness. She was passionate in her walk with Jesus and in her music. She wrote songs as well as performed (The Belfry, Epilogue Theater, Westfield Players, and others).

There is no way to give even a glimpse of her love, passion and commitment in this space. You can enjoy her songs and antics on YouTube. Two of her favorite life guiding phrases are: “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Philippians 4:4. “Music moves the soul like nothing else can” Jennifer Nicholson.

Her dad, M. Neil Rogers and mom Dottie (Skaggs) Rogers arrived in heaven ahead of her as well as three undelivered children. She will some day meet again with her loving husband David “Dave” Nicholson, son Josh (Hollie) Nicholson, daughter Hannah Huntington, and her favorites, the grandchildren: Claire, Landen, Max and Sam. Sister Stephanie (Don) Fantuzzo, Allison (Mark) Gallo, brother Mark (Bridget) Rogers, best friend Beth Winchell, and sixteen nieces and nephews. Although we all first look forward to seeing Jesus, it will be a great reunion with Jen in heaven.

Visitation Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 10am – 1pm, with a Celebration of Life at 1pm at Noblesville First United Methodist Church, 2051 Monument Street, Noblesville, IN 46060.

The service will be streamed live at:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHA4BQDOZvE73SaPmLRJ_Ng

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are encouraged and may be directed to the Jennifer Nicholson Music Scholarship Fund.  

. This scholarship fund plans to invest in music scholarships throughout Jennifer's community that allows us to honor her musical legacy. If individuals would like to contribute you can find ways to donate below:

- Donate online by visiting: p2p.onecause.com/jennifernicholson

- Cash/check can be mailed to NSEF, PO Box 724, Noblesville IN 46061. Please write Jennifer Nicholson in the memo line. 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jennifer Dawn Nicholson hosted by Randall & Roberts Funeral Home.

Jennifer Dawn Nicholson (Rogers) September 18, 1958 – February 19, 2022

No doubt she was singing as she became present with Jesus on Saturday, February 19, 2022. She was an amazing Christ follower, wife, mom, grandma, friend, teacher, singer, performer… She truly lived life to the full in all areas.

She ministered faithfully side by side with her husband, Dave. Jen was a gifted worship leader, doing so in every church they served. Jen was also an amazing teacher. Whether leading as the Choral Director at Noblesville High School, teaching younger children at Noble Crossing Elementary, Directing Chapel at Noblesville First UMC Preschool, or teaching private lessons (piano, voice, ukulele, etc.); she gave her all to her students.

Jen led women’s Bible study groups, spoke and sang at conferences, and felt honored to sing the national anthem at Market Square Arena/Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Victory Field, multiple banquets and at many other venues.

She loved God with her whole being and was able to love whomever she met with His grace and kindness. She was passionate in her walk with Jesus and in her music. She wrote songs as well as performed (The Belfry, Epilogue Theater, Westfield Players, and others).

There is no way to give even a glimpse of her love, passion and commitment in this space. You can enjoy her songs and antics on YouTube. Two of her favorite life guiding phrases are: “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Philippians 4:4. “Music moves the soul like nothing else can” Jennifer Nicholson.

Her dad, M. Neil Rogers and mom Dottie (Skaggs) Rogers arrived in heaven ahead of her as well as three undelivered children. She will some day meet again with her loving husband David “Dave” Nicholson, son Josh (Hollie) Nicholson, daughter Hannah Huntington, and her favorites, the grandchildren: Claire, Landen, Max and Sam. Sister Stephanie (Don) Fantuzzo, Allison (Mark) Gallo, brother Mark (Bridget) Rogers, best friend Beth Winchell, and sixteen nieces and nephews. Although we all first look forward to seeing Jesus, it will be a great reunion with Jen in heaven.

Visitation Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 10am – 1pm, with a Celebration of Life at 1pm at Noblesville First United Methodist Church, 2051 Monument Street, Noblesville, IN 46060.

The service will be streamed live at:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHA4BQDOZvE73SaPmLRJ_Ng

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are encouraged and may be directed to the Jennifer Nicholson Music Scholarship Fund.  

. This scholarship fund plans to invest in music scholarships throughout Jennifer's community that allows us to honor her musical legacy. If individuals would like to contribute you can find ways to donate below:

- Donate online by visiting: p2p.onecause.com/jennifernicholson

- Cash/check can be mailed to NSEF, PO Box 724, Noblesville IN 46061. Please write Jennifer Nicholson in the memo line. 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jennifer Dawn Nicholson hosted by Randall & Roberts Funeral Home.

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