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In Memory of

Nichole M. Riley

September 10, 1973 - March 30, 2015

Obituary


Nichole Marie Riley was a Special Education teacher with Alford Elementary in Gwinnett County Schools, where she considered everyone a second family. She had the patience and kindness of a saint whose mission was to help those that could not help themselves. She did this not only through teaching, but through giving to charities each year as she could. She was a persistent, motivated angel that would not give up, even when everyone else had. None of us expected her to leave us at such a young age, when we believed she had so much...

Nichole Marie Riley was a Special Education teacher with Alford Elementary in Gwinnett County Schools, where she considered everyone a second family. She had the patience and kindness of a saint whose mission was to help those that could not help themselves. She did this not only through teaching, but through giving to charities each year as she could. She was a persistent, motivated angel that would not give up, even when everyone else had. None of us expected her to leave us at such a young age, when we believed she had so much more to give.
Funeral service for Nichole Marie Riley, 41, of Snellville, Georgia, is at 3:00pm, Friday, April 3rd, 2015, at Eternal Hills Funeral Home on 3594 Stone Mountain Hwy, Snellville, GA 30039. Pastor Katie Christie is officiating along with Pastor John Byerly. Committal will be held in the adjoining Eternal Hills Cemetery. Visitation is Thursday, April 2nd, from 5-9 p.m. at Eternal Hills Funeral Home. Mrs. Riley passed away in a car accident on Monday, March 30th, 2015. She was born September 10th, 1973 in Houma, LA. She was a native of Metairie, Louisiana, but had more recently moved to Snellville to be near family. Mrs. Riley was member of Redeemer EC where she participated in a woman's retreat and built many close relationships with the women of the church. Mrs. Riley is preceded in death by her mother Donna Lynn Lofaso. She is survived by her father Angelo Joseph Lofaso of Auburn, AL; her husband David Alan Riley and dog Max Riley of Snellville, GA; her sister April Lofaso Butler of Birmingham, AL; and her brother Steven John Lofaso of Auburn, AL.