OBITUARY

PATRICIA A NASH

July 21, 1933December 27, 2020
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Patricia A. Nash (Patty), 87, passed away on December 27, 2020 at her home in Supply.

Born Patricia A. Worley in Charlotte N.C. on July 21, 1933, she married John D. Nash of Charlotte on October 29, 1953. She is survived by her four children, Sandra Gayle Hammerl, Douglas Edward Nash Sr., James Michael Nash, and Robert Donovan Nash; eight grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband John, a US Air Force veteran who passed away on February 9, 2015.

During their 61-year marriage, Patty and John travelled all over the United States, including stations in Virginia, Hawaii, Florida, Arkansas, and Nebraska, before finally settling in Supply in 1979. She loved raising her children, sightseeing, making ceramics, and contributing to the local community wherever she lived. Upon making her new home with her husband in Supply, she immediately threw herself into the Brunswick County Home Extension, serving as one of its most energetic boosters as well as its treasurer for many years. Patty was also very active in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, serving in various leadership positions in VFW Post 8866, where she was a founding member, from 1980 until her death.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 31, from two o’clock to three o’clock in the afternoon at White Funeral and Cremation Service, Bolivia/Supply Chapel with Pastor Michael Borton officiating. A funeral service will be held immediately after.

Services

  • Receiving Friends

    Thursday, December 31, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, December 31, 2020

Memories

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Douglas Nash

January 2, 2021

Here's a photo of our mother Patricia in her wedding gown, circa October 1953:

Douglas Nash

January 2, 2021

One of the items that we couldn't scan in time for the memorial service was Mom and Dad's wedding album - they were really a handsome couple and she was a beautiful bride.

Deborah Crowder

December 31, 2020

As a past Department President of the VFW Auxiliary, I met Pat many years ago. She always made me feel very welcomed whenever I visited Auxiliary 8866. I know she worked hard to support our programs, and many veterans and their families benefitted from her efforts and dedication. Her pleasant smile, and positive attitude will surely be missed. I'm sure I speak for her fellow Auxiliary members when I say, go rest now, sister Pat, we will honor you by continuing to serve.

cleo hendricksen

December 30, 2020

Fun memories thru the 30+ years we have been friends...Never did get me to like sewing or kitchen duties...but you tried... i think you did a great job for the two of us...no questions asked and enjoyed doing it. You truly were the Susie Homemaker of Supply ....

Miss you and what to do about no more catchup phone calls.

Love to Sandy, Doug, Mike & Bob

Connie Evans

December 29, 2020

So sadden to hear of the passing of Ms. Pat. I will never forget the 1st time I met her which was at Mike & Pam's wedding. Everyone had a great time that day & night it's a wedding I will never forget even when you had me climbing up trees to put balloons lol. From then on anytime I ran into you or talked to you on the phone was always a joyful conversation & we always talked about that wedding day & even them baloons. It was a pleasure to meet you & to get to know you. You were a great & sweet lady I will never forget. I know you will be missed by so many in the community but we all will see you again one day. Keeping all the Nash Family in my thoughts & prayers. "Rest In Peace Ms. Pat"

Douglas Nash

December 29, 2020

She was a great lady and a great mom - we're all going to miss her more than we'll ever know. She raised us almost single-handedly, with Dad being gone on Air Force missions all of the time, including a year in Vietnam, when she had to contend with four children ranging in age from 1 to 12. She managed all of our constant moves all over the country from Hawaii to Florida to Arkansas to Nebraska, back to Florida, and finally settling in Supply. With Dad, she helped build up the local Holden Beach VFW Post 8866, including establishing a Ladies' Auxiliary, and sacrificed thousands of hours helping to build up the local community. Cooking, cleaning, sewing, and raising kids was as hard a job then as it is now, but throughout those days, she kept her spirits and our spirits up with her cheerful good nature. We love her and miss her, but she's gone up to heaven now to be with Dad. Rest in Peace Mom, there'll be no other like you.

Melissa Starr

December 29, 2020

Pat has and always will be, a very beloved member of the Supply Senior Center. She was loved by all that she met and befriended. She shared her gifts and talents with others as well as a quick hug out of devotion and friendship. She spent many an afternoon in our puzzle room visiting with friends while assembling countless numbers of puzzles. She will be missed by all. We will hold her dear in our hearts.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Nash family. May the love of family and friends carry you through the difficult
days ahead.

John Hewett

December 28, 2020

Robert and the rest of the family, I was very saddened to here of the passing of your beloved Mother, MS. Pat. She was a lovely lady inside and out. She enjoyed working with the seniors at the site. My condolences to all, and praying for strength for all at this time.

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