Formerly of Menomonee Falls. Called home to the Lord on September 29, 2021.
Beloved daughter of Thomas D’Amico (Sue) and Debra D’Amico (William). Survived by loving brother Jeffrey D’Amico (Sylwia), uncle Pastor Donn Woolweber (Debbie), aunt Ann Woolweber, cousins Amie and Eric Woolweber also survived by three loving stepsisters, Isabel, Maggie and Sofia Gilbert.
In high school, Nicole, and a group of lifelong friends, became known for their unique pranks and road trips. She had so many friends it’s hard to include all but it would be remiss not to mention Marcy, Liz, Maggie, Katie, Lindsay, Erica, Allie and more.
Nicole graduated with a degree in ceramics/metalsmithing from UW Milwaukee. She established a reputation with her award-winning bonsai pots and commissioned ceramic art for patrons around the world. She also worked on several collaborative art pieces with well-known artists.
Nicole moved to Florida with her husband John, dog Tilly and Howie the cat. She continued to work remotely for American Flags Express and volunteered at Naples Therapeutic Riding Center. Nicole was an avid foodie and experimented with a wide variety of seafood caught fresh in the Gulf. She also enjoyed traveling all over the world including Poland, Austria, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Thailand, Mexico, Costa Rica and England.
Upon returning to Wisconsin, Nicole focused on metal jewelry and epoxy art. She will be dearly missed by family, friends, and workmates.
Visitation Tuesday, October 12 at FUNERAL HOME in Menomonee Falls, N84W17937 Menomonee Ave., Menomonee Falls, WI 53051, from 3:30 PM until the time of memorial service at 5:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Naples Therapeutic Riding Center, 206 Ridge Dr, Naples, FL 34108.