Nathaniel Scott (Nathan) Cornetet, 42, of Washington Court House, Ohio died Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at the Grant Medical Center in Columbus where he had been a patient since February 15 following a motorcycle accident in Washington Court House.

Nathan was born September 17, 1980, in Dayton, Ohio to Russell Louis and Sharon Louise Mecham Cornetet.  He was a 1999 graduate of Northwestern High School in Springfield.

He served 20 years in the U.S. Army before retiring as a staff sergeant in 2018.  He currently was a sales service representative for Gordon Food Service.  Nathan recently completed a degree in cyber security.

Nathan was a member of O.E. Hardway Post #3762 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars; enjoyed participating in bowling and softball leagues; was a motorcycle enthusiast and had a love for live music.

Nathan is survived by his wife, Brandi Dawn Jago-Cornetet whom he married June 10, 2017; six children, Brandon, Gavon, Carson and Kyndall Cornetet, Layla Moore and Draydon Moore; a grandson, Carter Moore; his mother and step-father, Sharon and Johnny Diviak of Springfield, OH; his father and step-mother, Russell and Beverly Cornetet of Liberty Township, OH; seven siblings, Kirsten (Nick) Walters of Springfield, Emily Diviak (Justin) McHaney of Enon, Megan Diviak of Springfield, Michelle (Eric) Laudick of Waynesville, OH, Jonathan (Bethany) Likens of Bellbrook, OH, Melissa (Chad Bowers) Zarrouk of Kettering and Kelli (Todd Worthen) Likens.  During his life, Nathan had the joy of having numerous nieces and nephews to love.  He was the kindest soul with the biggest heart, and therefore, has numerous friends that are called family.

Friends may call at the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House, Thursday, March 2, 2023, from 5-7 p.m.  A time of remarks and remembrances will follow the visitation.

Cremation will take place with burial of the cremains at the Dayton National Cemetery at a later date.

Nathan was a giving person, and his final gift was that of organ and tissue donation to save and heal the lives of others.





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