The fact of the matter, the pity if you will, is that hell is not just for the Hitlers, the serial killers, the child rapists, the sociopath and psychopath who practice merciless violence and pain, and the militant atheistic neighbor. Many who end up condemned will be the personable, friendly, moral, loving, well meaning people that we have shaken hands with and tried to share our beliefs with, but who could not accept personal guilt of sin and could not accept the concept of God and man as His fallible creation.
We don't like to think along these lines, and I am not the judge of any particular person. May the judgment belong to God and to Him alone and may He have mercy on whom He will. I have had family members who are gone and have others still alive who don't share the faith. I can only try with those still here and otherwise pray and know God will do what is good and right.
I will admit that my attitude about this is not what it should be. It is easy for me to think of a Hitler being condemned. I practically rejoice and wish it could be me pronouncing the judgment. However, I can only cry at the thought of a Carl Sagan or a spectacular neighbor or coworker or family member who just has honest disagreements about Jesus Christ and sin and the need for salvation. I believe God's attitude is sorrow for any soul that is lost and will not repent, no matter who the person is. I can't imagine what any of them will be feeling and thinking when that time comes for Christ's return.
This is probably not what you had in mind, NyawehNyoh, but this is what filled my mind when reading your OP.