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“YOU WILL BE MISSED BY SO MANY! REST NOW! ”
1 of 4 | Posted by: RHODA WILLIAMS - HARTFORD, CT

“Nickie, You were a kind soul and wonderful woman. Cody and I will miss you terribly. He would always love seeing you and getting that sparkling apple...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Samantha & Cody Nadwairski - CT

“So sorry to hear about Nickie's passing. Our families go back a long way; the Pearl Street neighborhood where we all grew up. It's always sad to...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Cheryl Burke - Friend

“NickyMy double-cousin as we always laughed about I'm going to miss all the good laughs we shared especially when doing the papers together. You were...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Venita Eagles - Waterbury, CT


Mrs. Nickie Nicole (Hunter) Riddenhour, 59, of Laval Street, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, May 24, 2018 at St. Mary's Hospital. She was the wife of Mr. Gerald Riddenhour.

Nickie was born April 9, 1959 in Waterbury a daughter to the late Jeremiah and Stephanie (Wade) Hunter.

She was educated in the Waterbury public school system where she was a graduate of Wilby High School. Nickie continued her education receiving certification as a CNA. She also worked for Petr & Paul in Naugatuck, Bristol Babcock and Waterbury Republican American Newspaper. Nickie was a devoted wife and homemaker. Her giving spirit was the fuel that led her to always give and volunteer. She worked as a volunteer for many years at the food pantry. Nickie was very family oriented who loved family gatherings, spending time with them and cooking for them. She would always go above and beyond. Her kind spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Besides her husband, Gerald, of 20 years, she leaves two sisters; Deborah Hunter of Waterbury, Brenda (Bryan) Douglas of Ansonia, CT, six brothers; Jeremiah (Beverly) Hunter, Jeffrey (Debbie) Hunter, Keith Hunter, William (Annette) Hunter and Robert Hunter all of Waterbury, two aunts; Eunice Mitchell and Mardelle Ruffin both of Waterbury, several nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends including special friends, Venita Eagles and Sherry Mclain.