OBITUARY

Toni Nash

December 18, 1952September 8, 2018
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Toni Nash, 65, passed away on Saturday, September 8, 2018 in Daggett. She was born on December 18, 1952 in Oakland, California and has been a resident of Barstow for over 50 years. Toni was a spontaneous and wild soul who gave her all even when it was out of her means. She made everyone happy with her infectious personality and brought a smile to everyone's face that she came in contact with. Toni is preceded in death by her mother Margie A. Nash, brother Clayton M. Nash, two sisters Susie Rogers, Jo Ellen Hurdle and nephew Troy Berry. Surviving Toni is her only daughter Laura Nash of Barstow, her Brothers William And his wife Becky of Daggett, Jace Nash of Daggett, Johnny Rogers of Somerset, Va., grandchildren Anjanette Nash, Matthew Nash, Suzie Nash, great- grandchild Sophia “Sophie” Nash, niece Shelby Rae Nash and many more.

The funeral services for Toni will be held on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 11am at Mead Mortuary,36930 Irwin Road followed by burial at Daggett Pioneer Cemetery, National Trails Hwy, in Daggett.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, October 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, October 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Toni Nash

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Julie Rogers

October 13, 2018

Dear William, Jase, Laura and family

I just want to share with you what I remember about Toni
She had a spirit of kindness and gentleness that always made me
feel at home with her. Even when I wouldn't see her for a while we
would start talking like we saw each other yesterday.

She was a very special women and as Barbara Hollond put it so eloquently
The Desert Flower.

With love, Julie Rogers

laura nash

September 17, 2018

when i was young we used to travel a lot to arkansas virginia and just all over the place. we were living in arkansas when i was in about 1st grade and early one morning we were driving along a country road and we hit a deer we were in my mom emerald green grand am car that she just loved . when we hit the deer we actually flew thru the air from the impact it put a huge hole in the front of the car she took it to the body shop to be fixed and they gave her the full set of the deers teeth that was inbeded in the rubber bumper. and told her that she took out the biggest deer of the deer season but it didnt count because deer season ended the day b4 we hit it. ive always remembered that because it was so funny.

Suzie Nash

September 16, 2018

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