OBITUARY

Stewart Paxton Nash

April 6, 1976May 6, 2021
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Stewart Paxton Nash was born April 6, 1976 in Columbus, GA. He died on May 6, 2021. He was preceded in death by his father Michael Henry Nash, paternal grandfather Joseph Henry Nash, maternal grandparents Reverend Homer Taylor and Mary Elizabeth Taylor, brother Brant Kersey.

He is survived by his wife Fern Nash, mother Cherry Kersey and step father Joseph Francis Kersey, loving in laws Sally and Earle Lasseter, Paternal Grandmother Myra Kemp Nash, siblings Tom (Ivy) Nash, Myra Jo Nash (Bobby Stokes) David Lasseter (Julie) and Meredith Kersey. There are a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins who will miss him dearly.

God blessed Paxton with an abundance of gifts and talents. He was an amazing car salesman and manager. He was a phenomenal guitar player and song writer who moved people with his music.

Paxton loved people; loved to be with people, share with people, and connect with people. He touched so many lives with the openness of his heart.

Striffler-Hamby, Columbus, Ga is in charge of arrangements. A brief service will be held on Tuesday May 11th, 2021; visitation starting at 5pm followed by service at 6pm and visitation continuing until 8pm. Donations may be made in his honor to Abel Ministries 53 Lee Rd 2163 Salem Alabama 36874

  • FAMILY

  • Fern Nash, Wife
  • Cherry Kersey, Mother
  • Joseph Kersey, Step Father
  • Sally Lasseter, Mother-in-law
  • Earle Lasseter, Father-in-law
  • Myra Kemp Nash, Paternal Grandmother
  • Tom Nash (Ivy), Brother
  • Myra Jo Nash (Bobby Stokes), Sister
  • David Lasseter (Julie), Brother in-law
  • Meredith Kersey, Sister
  • Michael Henry Nash, Father (deceased)
  • Joseph Henry Nash, Paternal Grandfather (deceased)
  • Rev. Homer Taylor, Maternal Grandfather (deceased)
  • Mary Elizabeth Taylor, Maternal Grandmother (deceased)
  • Brant Kersey, Brother (deceased)

Services

  • Visation for Family and Friends

    Tuesday, May 11, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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Caroline Brice DuPuy

May 13, 2021

Sending so much love and prayers to Paxton’s family. Fern and Myra, I remember first meeting Paxton when we worked together at Buffalo’s - the summer it opened in the Publix shopping center. He was always so friendly, genuine and just fun to be around! My heart breaks for all of you. May you continue to feel his presence in the most beautiful of ways.

Tricia and Avery Ammons

May 10, 2021

Cherry and family,
We are sorry for your loss. We are sending prayers and sympathy for the family.

Tricia and Avery Ammons

Mark Hatch

May 10, 2021

Sorry to hear about Paxton. I remember when he first started selling cars. He would be right over my shoulder listening to every word I said. He was a nice guy and got along with everybody. Mark Hatch

Frances Castile

May 10, 2021

I met Paxton when he played with my brother in law in the band Cornbread. He was an awesome guitar player and always so sweet to us. He also sold me my car a few years back. We lost a good one far to soon. It has been heartbreaking to hear of his passing. Forever in our hearts.

Dale Castile

May 10, 2021

I met Paxton when Cornbread got started. My younger brother, Dean, was in the band, Paxton and I connected. Through the years, he would randomly call, and talk about our relationships with God. We bought my wife's car a few years ago from Paxton. After that, he would come sit in my office and talk about a little of everything. He would get lumber for his latest projects. He was like a little brother coming around to pick my brain, about work, but mostly about my walk with Jesus. We were both guitarists, and absolutely love music, but we really didn't talk about that much. He would always pick up an old acoustic in my office, and tell me what I needed to work on to make it play better!

With life as crazy as it gets sometimes, we didn't get to see each other near enough, but I always knew he loved me, and he always knew I loved him.

He will be missed. I know he is with Jesus now.
May God Bless his family.

Brian Hite

May 8, 2021

Fern, I am so sorry to hear this news. I had the good fortune of reconnecting with Paxton in the past two years, and it was such a pleasure to hear him talk about his love for you and the future he wanted for your family.

God bless you and keep you.

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Biography

Stewart Paxton Nash was born April 6, 1976 in Columbus, GA. He died on May 6, 2021. He was preceded in death by his father Michael Henry Nash, paternal grandfather Joseph Henry Nash, maternal grandparents Reverend Homer Taylor and Mary Elizabeth Taylor, brother Brant Kersey.

He is survived by his wife Fern Nash, mother Cherry Kersey and step father Joseph Francis Kersey, loving in laws Sally and Earle Lasseter, Paternal Grandmother Myra Kemp Nash, siblings Tom (Ivy) Nash, Myra Jo Nash (Bobby Stokes) David Lasseter (Julie) and Meredith Kersey. There are a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins who will miss him dearly.

God blessed Paxton with an abundance of gifts and talents. He was an amazing car salesman and manager. He was a phenomenal guitar player and song writer who moved people with his music.

Paxton loved people; loved to be with people, share with people, and connect with people. He touched so many lives with the openness of his heart.

Striffler-Hamby, Columbus, Ga is in charge of arrangements. A brief service will be held on Tuesday May 11th, 2021; visitation starting at 5pm followed by service at 6pm and visitation continuing until 8pm. Donations may be made in his honor to Abel Ministries 53 Lee Rd 2163 Salem Alabama 36874