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Nicholas Alexander Solomon 1988-2019

Nicholas Alexander Solomon 31, of Desoto, TX; passed Dec. 01, 2019

September 27, 1988 – December 01, 2019

Nicholas Alexander Solomon, 31, was a Texas native, born and raised in Dallas, Texas on September 27, 1988. He spent some time growing up in Houston, Texas and has traveled to Trinidad and Tobago and to the United States Virgin Islands where many of his grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins reside.

Nicholas enjoyed participating in school plays and was a bright student during his school days. As he grew older, he developed a passion for writing poetry and music. He spent a lot of his days writing; sing music to pour his heart out. He was a very talented lyricist and went by the name “A-Rex”. He had a love for art, which can be seen through his drawings and many tattoos. He was very creative and through his art he expressed his complex feelings about life. He loved being with his family and making others laugh. Nick was a comedian, he enjoyed playing tricks on those who he could fool; most would say he was the “Will Smith” of the family. He took joy in playing and wrestling with his nephews whenever he was with them. One of his favorite things to do was to visit his step-grandparents, who have since passed on.

His favorite meal was “salmon and rice” that his mother would always cook for him. He also liked grilling for his dad, his favorite thing to grill was chicken and ribs. He loved mustangs and anything that was flashy. He had a bold and passionate spirit; not afraid to take chances or to speak up. In a letter he wrote, he stated, “I believe in destiny, and there’s no such thing as coincidence.” Nicholas’ path here on earth ended on December 1, 2019.

Nicholas will forever be remembered by his affectionate and humorous spirit. He was compassionate towards those whom he loved. He touched the lives of many people with his Infectious smile and laughter and the care he had for them. He was a loving son, brother, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend and will be deeply missed.

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