Obituary of Nathaniel P. Plue
Altamont - Nathaniel P. “Nayt” Plue died on November 1, 2022. Born on November 1, 1989 (33 years old) in Albany, NY, he was the son of Beth Seavey and the late Christopher Plue (deceased 2019). Nayt is survived by his siblings, Crystal Plue (Justin Scarbrough), Nicholas Plue (Lisa Pirro), Zachary Plue, Lukas Plue (Aliza Sefcovic), Faith Seavey, and Dimitri O’Hea, Elaina Mariana; nephews and nieces, Jacoby Scarbrough, Aubriella Scarbrough, Christian Plue, Everleigh Scarbrough and Justin Scarbrough, Jr.; grandmother, Kay Seavey; great uncle, William Luft; best friend who meant the world to Nayt is Jarrett Trudeau and his wife Heather Trudeau; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased in life by his grandfather, George Seavey; grandparents, Joan Plue and Paul Plue; and great-grandmother Dorothy Seavey.
Nayt was a graduate of Guilderland High School Class of 2007 (but walked in 2008 as Nayt would say he was a Super Senior) and then attended HVCC for 1 year in the Fine Arts Program. He was employed with Teds Fish Fry and previously as a Mechanic in training with Barry Gasparro who became very close to Nayt.
Nate loved to draw and was a phenomenal artist He was learning tattooing as he gave himself tattoos and some close friends. He was a Buffalo Bills Fan and was able to make it to several of their games over the years.
His heart was as kind as they come and he was always the life of the party. He would say goodbye to his family and friends with a big ol’ smooch on the head and never forgot to tell you how much he loved you. He would do anything for you he was always smiling no matter what. Nate struggled with depression and just was unable to understand or realize how many people loved him and what he meant to all of us. He struggled with alcohol and drugs over the years and after the recent loss of someone close in his life Nayt was unable to go on and took his life. Nayt’s family encourage anyone who is struggling to always know they can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by calling 800-273-8255 or by dialing or texting 988 from any phone. He will be sadly missed by all but he is out of pain now and leaves this world with so many people who loved him and whose lives he touched over the years. Just know that if you knew Nayt he loved you with all his heart and soul. We will miss you Nayt with all our love.
RIP Nayt I love you with all my heart and soul and will miss you everyday until I get to hold you again, Mom.
Relatives and friends are invited to call from 3 - 6 p.m. at the Reilly & Son Funeral Home, Voorheesville on Sunday, November 6, 2022.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Nathaniel Plue, please visit Tribute Store