His loved ones, friends, and colleagues will always remember his amazing cooking skills, his love for his family, and his love for the Yankees, Rangers and Giants. His greatest love, however, was reserved for his boys, Nicholas and Lucas. He loved teaching them the ways of the world, coaching their teams and cheering them on.   

 

He taught them the importance of family, how to grow up to be good men and how to apply the lessons of Star Wars and the Avengers to life.

 

Born August 11, 1974, he spent childhood summers playing baseball with his friends in the neighborhood with his dad and grandfather by his side coaching, and eating Chinese roast pork sandwiches with his Mom at the diner.

 

His love of sports continued in high school where he was a star player on the football team and developed friendships that continued through his life. He attended Ithaca College where he majored in Marketing. He also played rugby and made friends who were thought of as brothers.

 

He met his wife, Chrissy at work and they were married 5 years later. In 2010 Nicholas John was born, followed by Lucas Jackson in 2013. That’s when Nick’s life truly began. He loved his boys more than anything and always spoke to them about growing up to be kind and respectful men. He would always tell them “I love you 3000,” a line from their favorite Avenger movies.

 

Nick is survived by his wife, Christine and his sons, Nicholas and Lucas, his parents, Nicholas and Michele Magalhaes, his sister, Jayme Amoroso (Michael), his brother, Philip Magalhaes, niece Elyse and nephews Christian and William. 

 

Beloved nephew of Ronnie and Freddie Scheferman and Nedra LeConte, great aunt, Theresa Magalhaes and loving uncles, cousins and extended family. He was predeceased by his mother, Elyse Magalhaes.

 

 

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Services

Visitation: February 15, 2021 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787


Visitation: February 15, 2021 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787


Service: February 15, 2021 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home
190 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787


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  1. candleThank you for being the Big Brother that I never had, Nick…you are now a Guardian Angel that will watch over all of us.

  2. candleMy condolences to the whole family. May he rest in peace and looked at on his family and try to comfort all. From your friends at the poker League.

  3. My condolences to Nick’s family. I have fond memories of him, when we worked together for a brief period of time.

  4. candleLove you all…you are all in our thoughts and prayers…may Nick Rest In Peace🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️

  5. Chrissy and family,
    Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your beloved Nick. Not only was he a great father and and husband, he was a great man. We are thankful to have know him. He was an inspirational coach to our son. We will forever remember Coach Nick. May he rest in eternal peace. Prayers for you all.

  6. I only knew Nick for a little over a year, but consider him a friend. He helped me to enjoy the Marvel movies and had the patience to explain the nuances I didn’t get. I loved hearing his Proud Papa moments about his boys, who were his world. Nick will be missed. I feel lucky to have known him – even for such a short time.

  7. My deepest condolences to Jayme, Phil and the whole Magalhaes family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May you RIP Nick.

  8. Brother in law, I wish I could’ve known you better so I could’ve helped you with your pain. I wish I could’ve have been here to listen to your worries. I wish I was here with you to enjoy your precious boys who I love dearly. I hope you are at peace and that your Mom Is kicking your butt and loving on you all at the same time…Love you Brother and rest assured we will take care of your boys!!

  9. Nick, I am so very lucky to have called you my friend and what a great friend you were. I always knew I could count on you. I left every conversation we had in a better mood than when it began. We had great times that I will always cherish. I am heartbroken and you will be sorely missed. To Chrissy and family, my deepest condolences.

  10. In four years at IC, we made enough memories for a lifetime and you will be dearly missed.
    Long years apart, can make no breach a second cannot fill…Emily Dickinson.
    -the 506 crew: Darryl, Rock, Mike D, Todd, and Strike

  11. candleChrissy, we are so sorry to hear your loss. We are very thankful to have known Nick. He was the best baseball coach to my son. We will miss him so dearly.

  12. May God bless the Family & May peace be with all of you!! We send our deepest condolences— our LOVE Forever!! 🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️

  13. Very difficult to write .We spent many times together since 1997 when I sold Mom And Dad their home in Smithtowm. We became friends then a psrt of the family . John my beloved husband , my children and grand kids who are the same age loved you too. We shared the fun and the sadness together as a family . I loved Nicholas and Lucas and enjoyed the time we spent. I know you are with you mom and all you Loved . Rest in peace Nicky and may God give Chrissy ,the boys , Dad and Michele the strength to go on . Say hello to John and talk abouy the evenings John , your Dad and you smoked the cigars together . I can’t be there in person due to surgery , but my heart is with you all Love Marie

  14. When I first met you, you were a very precocious 4 year old with curly blonde hair. I never met such a young child who could express himself so articulately. I watched you grow up and become a smart, charming young man. I know your spirit is in a better place and you you are with those family members who passed before you. Most importantly, you are finally reunited with your mother.

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