Nick Chavez Obituary, Death – BEVERLY HILLS, California – Nick Chavez, QVC Nick Chavez Beverly Hills Hair Care Products owner and hairstylist died from pancreatic cancer at the age of 66, at his Beverly Hills, California, home on December 23, 2022. Nick was born in Yuma, Arizona on December 16, 1956, and was preceded by his beloved mother and father, Mary Kathryn ‘Kathy’ Chavez and Juan ‘Copie’ Chavez Jr.
Nick was adored by his four sisters, Sue Silva, Sonya Chavez, Sandra Chavez Hurley, and Sherri Cote, as well as his two brothers, John Chavez and Joe Chavez, sister-in-laws, Paula Chavez and Joann Chavez, brother-in-laws, Ralph Silva, John Hurley, and Mark Cote, and his forty-three nephews and nieces, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Nick dreamed as a child of enjoying an exciting life. As one of the family’s ranch hands, Nick was no stranger to hard work. His ability to ride and groom the family’s horses led him to his destiny as an award-winning reining champion and world-renowned hair stylist, later opening his own salon and establishing his hair care company, Nick Chavez Beverly Hills, achieving legendary status within the hair care industry as one of the greatest innovators and celebrity hair stylists of all time.
Nick was an exceptional loving man who lived an extraordinary life; he loved his family, toured the world, rode his horses, was a dancer, international model, actor, and entrepreneur, and he chased and caught his dreams. Nick recognized that each day was a gift from God and lived it. Then, at the end of each day, he offered grace.
Nick inspired people all over the world with his love and dedication to bringing beauty into the world, not to mention his unwavering delight and dedication to spotlighting the fact that true beauty begins and exists within each of us. He has impacted the hearts of more people than we can ever know.
Nick’s narrative has been a timeless love story. His joy for life, unwavering love for his family, compassion for his friends, and genuine thanks for the clients, customers, and colleagues he considered friends. However, his narrative does not finish there. We shall always feel the warm embrace of Nick’s brightness and his love legacy.
May he now dance in paradise with his mother and the angels as he is praised and welcomed back home.