Nate Santos Car Accident – Nathaniel I Santos Sr. passed away without incident on January 28, 2022 in the city of Henderson, Nevada. He was 76 years old. On Friday, February 25, 2022, memorial services will be held between the hours of 1:00 and 5:00 pm at La Paloma, which is located at 5450 Stephanie Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89122. At three o’clock in the afternoon, Father Ricardito Saldito will preside over the last sacrament.
Nat is a nickname that is used to refer to Nathaniel. He was brought up by his devoted parents, David Esquerra Santos Sr. and Ester Salonga Indiongco Santos (both of whom have since passed away). Nat 9 siblings, David Santos Jr, Renato Santos (RIP), Edmundo Santos (RIP), Claro Santos, Marciana Santos Lagasca, Emmanuel Santos(RIP), Arthuro Santos, Elizabeth Santos Cuenco and Ramon Santos.
Nat received his diploma from MAPA High School in 1963 and was recognized by his classmates and friends as a quiet and reserved individual. Additionally, he enjoyed a lot of popularity in school. In 1964, he was victorious in both the Singles and Doubles event divisions of the Philippine Table Tennis National Championship. This achievement earned him the title of National Champion.
In addition to that, he took great pride in the fact that he was a member of the Philippine National Table Tennis squad, and he was ecstatic about the fact that his squad was the FIRST Philippine team to travel to Peking, China for the National Table Tennis Game. He competed as a member of the Philippine National Table Tennis Team in a variety of National Asian Table Tennis Games, and the United States invited him to compete in one of the Olympic Games.
Before moving to the United States, Nat was the sole proprietor of his own company. He worked as a field insurance adjuster for General Motors Insurance and Crawford Insurance later in his career before retiring from the industry. He was happiest when he was with his beloved wife Fe Esperanza Santos, their children Nathalie Santos, Nathaniel Santos Jr., Maxim Santos, and Michael Santos, and their respective families. He enjoyed spending time with his family very much.