Nick Steinick Death – Nickolas Steinick, a resident of Des Moines, Iowa, and a member of Des Moines Judo & Sambo Academy has sadly passed away. He was confirmed dead on Wednesday, June 7th, 2023, by the Des Moines Judo & Sambo Academy through a written statement on social media. The circumstances surrounding his cause of death were not publicly announced by the family at the time of this report.
“A healing workout last night to celebrate the life of Nick Steinick who left this world far too soon but did leave it a better place by the impact he made on those who knew him. Please consider as a way of honoring Nick, the fact that his partner in life, Sam is suffering an unimaginable loss, and doing what you can to support her in this time. Donations can be made directly to Sam via PayPal [email protected] or Venmo @sammy-majewski”
Who was Nick Steinick?
Nickolas Steinick was a native of Des Moines, Iowa, and he attended Southeast Polk High School. Nick was a dedicated member of the Des Moines Judo & Sambo Academy who had a passion for the martial art of judo. He began his journey in judo as a novice and worked hard to hone his skills over the years.
His commitment to the sport, combined with his natural talent and determination, allowed him to achieve the coveted judo black belt in 2019. Steinick was well-known at the academy for his friendly nature and willingness to help other members improve their techniques. He would often stay after class to offer tips, advice, and encouragement to those who were struggling with a particular move or hold.
About Nick Steinick
His patience and gentle demeanor made him a beloved figure among the academy’s members, who looked up to him as a role model and mentor. Outside of the academy, Steinick was an active competitor in local and regional judo tournaments. His love for the sport propelled him to train hard and perfect his skills, always eager for the next opportunity to test himself against another skilled judoka.
His dedication to judo paid off, as he achieved multiple accolades and awards throughout his career. Nick’s unwavering commitment, friendly personality, and undeniable skills made him a beloved member of the Des Moines Judo & Sambo Academy. He is remembered fondly by his peers and instructors alike as a true champion of judo. He was in a relationship with Sam Majewski.
Nick Steinick’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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