ForeverMissed
Marlton – Nicolai (Nick) Rementov passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 26, 2021. Born in Wurzburg, Germany to Nicolai and Nina Rementov, Nick was 75 years old. Over 60 years as a US citizen, he resided in Connecticut, New York City but primarily in South Jersey.

Beloved husband of 53 years to Sandra (nee Young). Loving father of Tamara Egner and Dan Rementov. Grandfather to Zachary, Rachel, Alex, and Jackson. Nick is also survived by his loving sister, Gean Stegall.

Nick proudly served his country in the US Army during the Vietnam War.

He was employed for 36 years by the American Red Cross most notably as Director of South Jersey Operations. He contributed much of his time to his church, Fellowship Community Church (Mount Laurel), where he and Sandy led several mission trips to Spanish speaking countries as well as founded and steered the SALT (Senior Adults Living Triumphantly) outreach program. His interests included: travel, music, gardening, and spending time with family. 

On Saturday, January 8, 2022 at Fellowship Community Church 1520 Hainesport Rd. Mount Laurel, NJ  08054, a visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., A memorial service from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

In lieu of flowers, please donate the Guatemala Missions Building project with a check made payable to Fellowship Community Church (1520 Hainesport Rd. Mount Laurel, NJ  08054).

Fertig Funeral Home



Posted by Jan Hibbs on January 9, 2022
We are so sorry to hear of Nick’s passing. Sandy, you and Nick were such a blessing to us while we were at Fellowship Church. The joy you brought to everyone with the wonderful times we shared…luncheons, trips, and just the smiles on your faces. We are praying for you as you go through this sad time but rejoicing with you that you know your loved one, Nick, is with his Lord and Savior. May God bless you! Jan and Ted Hibbs.
Posted by Oscar Alfonso on January 7, 2022
I meet Nick in a medical trip with WOL Guatemala from a team of New Jersey, and now that I am part of the staff of WOL Guatemala, he always reminds us about the prayer letter each 3 months, I am so sorry for your lost Mrs. Rementov God bless you greetings from Guatemala 
Posted by Kelly Young on January 7, 2022
I was saddened to hear of Nicks passing. My prayers go out to Sandy and the rest of his family. I loved his sense of humor and his love for others. He was really neat to talk too. He shared many stories with me about their travels. I personally got to know Nick and Sandy about 8 years ago when I had their home listed for sale in Mt Laurel. Many many conversations. They also opened their home for bible study groups, that I attended. We that all knew Nick knows he is walking with the Lord now and not suffering any more, but he will be missed here. Love to you Sandy.. I am sure you will miss him. xoxo.
Posted by Bonnie Smith on January 5, 2022
Nick was loved by many. His bright smile and a always gracious greeting was just part of his appeal. Nick was a ready and creative leader in SALT, who put others before himself. I appreciated his humility, his kindness, his laughter and so much more. He will be missed.
Posted by David Burt on January 5, 2022
Sharing our deep sympathy with Sandy and Nic’s family. We were blessed by Nic’s love for the Lord, and enthusiasm for his kingdom work to the nations. His warm smile and faithful love for others encouraged us. Nic, we look forward in hope to seeing our Savior together with you, “face to face”.
Posted by Isabel Balboa on January 5, 2022
please accept the prayers and condolences from the mission teams in Argentina, Belize and Guatemala. 

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Posted by Jan Hibbs on January 9, 2022
We are so sorry to hear of Nick’s passing. Sandy, you and Nick were such a blessing to us while we were at Fellowship Church. The joy you brought to everyone with the wonderful times we shared…luncheons, trips, and just the smiles on your faces. We are praying for you as you go through this sad time but rejoicing with you that you know your loved one, Nick, is with his Lord and Savior. May God bless you! Jan and Ted Hibbs.
Posted by Oscar Alfonso on January 7, 2022
I meet Nick in a medical trip with WOL Guatemala from a team of New Jersey, and now that I am part of the staff of WOL Guatemala, he always reminds us about the prayer letter each 3 months, I am so sorry for your lost Mrs. Rementov God bless you greetings from Guatemala 
Posted by Kelly Young on January 7, 2022
I was saddened to hear of Nicks passing. My prayers go out to Sandy and the rest of his family. I loved his sense of humor and his love for others. He was really neat to talk too. He shared many stories with me about their travels. I personally got to know Nick and Sandy about 8 years ago when I had their home listed for sale in Mt Laurel. Many many conversations. They also opened their home for bible study groups, that I attended. We that all knew Nick knows he is walking with the Lord now and not suffering any more, but he will be missed here. Love to you Sandy.. I am sure you will miss him. xoxo.
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Shared by JoAnn Pagano on January 8, 2022
Today as we remember Nick, we would like to take this opportunity to praise the Lord for his life also.  We've known Nick and Sandy for many years and we've always appreciated their love for God shown through their love of people and their missionary vision.  As missionaries ourselves, Tito and I so appreciated this about Nick.   Nick loved missions and it was evident that God used him to motivate others to "go", to "help" and to "give".  Nick not only motivated by his words, but he also took action and showed through his works, his love for the Savior.  Nick was faithful, he fought the good fight and now he is at rest with his Lord.  Our love and prayers for Sandy and the family.  What a blessed hope we have in Christ, as we look forward to seeing Nick again.

A great Friend

Shared by Marcelo Diez on January 6, 2022
Nick, we will always remember you in our family! Our first trip to USA, Nick and Sandy hosted us. From that moment we felt adopted by them. They helped us in Venezuela, WOL Guatemala from the beginning of the ministry, he helped the team in Belize and now in the Dominican Republic. You two impacted the lives of many people including our kids. My kids always remember strawberry picking with you two and playing in your backyard. Nick was there the day there were born and on their wedding day. Thank you for all the memories. In the ministry, his initiative of the backpack ministry was one of the best ideas! He was always willing to help! I will miss his advice, kindness, generosity, and the quality family time with him! He will be greatly missed, but we know we will see him again! Our prayers are with you Sandy, Tammy and Dan.
We love you, Diez family