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 Nierstedt-Matthew C.
Born: 05/02/1988
Died: 11/16/2017
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Nierstedt-Matthew C.

Jersey City Firefighter Matthew Nierstedt left this past Thursday morning to meet up with his first and best Buddy retired firefighter and grandfather Charles Nierstedt for an early morning fishing trip to some of the world's most exotic places .Matthew was born in Jersey City and attended elementary school in Jersey City before the family moved to Hasbrouck Heights, NJ. Matthew graduated from Hasbrouk Hts High School in 2007. After High School he enlisted in the US Navy. Matt served aboard the aircraft carrier Dwight D.Eisenhower (CVN. 69) as a crash and salvage specialist. Matthew served his country honorably for 5 years.Matthew returned to Hasbrouk Hts. and worked as a Long Shoreman for more than one year before his career with the Jersey City Fire Department. Matthew followed in the footsteps of his mother, father, grandfather, and uncles in their service to the citizens of Jersey City, NJ Matthew became a 3rd generation Jersey City Firefighter in November 2016. He loved the Job and was set to take the Captains test this past weekend.Matthew is survived by his heartbroken and beloved parents Patricia (Borelli) and Charles Nierstedt., his loving sisters Lauren(Nierstedt) Ventola and her husband Nicholas and Robyn Nierstedt, loving grandparents Anne Nierstedt and Dolores and Martin Borelli. He is predeceased by his grandfather Charles Nierstedt. Also survived by many devoted and loving aunts, uncles, and cousins of both the Nierstedt and Borelli families. There are too many names to list,but they all know who they are and all miss Matt terribly. Matthew loved loved to fish. One of his favorite memories was the annual fishing trip to Canada with family members and friends and numerous Jersey City Firefighters .Matthew thoroughly enjoyed spending time with his many friends He loved the outdoors and always enjoyed taking road trips .He loved kayaking on the Delaware River and so many lakes in Northeastern NJ and Pa. Rest easy son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend.Your watch is over. It was way too short but we have it now. Visitation will be Tuesday 2:00-8:00pm at Greenville Memorial Home Jersey City. Funeral Mass Wednesday 10:30 am at St. Joseph's Church Jersey City. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery North Arlington, NJ .In lieu of flowers the family request donations to Make-A-Wish Foundation or Navy/Marine Relief Fund.

 
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Dearest Pat, Charlie, Lauren and Robyn,  You all have been on my heart since hearing this numbing news; I can't help but cry every time I think of you. Although I did not have the pleasure of knowing Matthew as the fine young adult he became, I fondly remember the times when Pat would bring him to her office when he was about six years old.  Matthew would dash over to her office chair and spin around and around; he sure got much delight out of that.  Matt has done you proud. May each of you gain peace and comfort along this unbearably painful journey every time you think of the priceless memories you have of him.   God Bless.  Virginia L. Coffiel, Pat's former co-worker at JCMC 
Virginia L. Coffiel
Pat & Charlie- I am the Carol from the Grasshopper who knew Matt and always talked to you after the shows. I am so sorry for your loss. Matt was a great young man ,I will think of him often and he will be greatly missed.
Carol Loffredo
Pat and Charlie, we cannot find the words to properly express our sorrow at the loss of Matt. May he rest in God's peace and May God bless you both and Lauren and Robyn during this most painful time. All our love and prayers, Susanne and Stephen
Stephen and Susanne Sansevete
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