OBITUARY

Jaime Nash

April 4, 1955January 16, 2021

Jaime Nash, 65 of Waretown, NJ passed away on January 16, 2021.

Daughter to George and Celia Phillips, born April 4, 1955 in Jersey City, New Jersey. She grew up in Old Bridge then later moved on to Union Beach for several years. After having a dream to buy her own home, at 41, she made it happen and moved to her first home in Waretown, NJ by the water where she loved to be. It was there she met and married Kenneth Pfeiffer where they continued to live out her later years.

Jaime was a kind, caring, giving and big hearted person who loved people. She was also very creative. She loved food and cooking and having people in her yard to relax and enjoy life. She had a love for Atlantic City and the boardwalk, loving nothing more then taking her children and grandchildren on trips to enjoy family time together. Jaime was our mother, daughter, wife, Ya Ya , sister, aunt, dog mama and friend who will be greatly missed.

She is survived by her husband Kenneth Pfeiffer, mother Celia Phillips, daughter Nicole Mulvey, son Thomas Smerdon, son in law Liam J Mulvey, daughter in law Brianna Smerdon, grandchildren Ashley and Thomas Atkins, Liam and Michael Mulvey, Madison and Jace Smerdon, two great grandchildren Charlie and Lily Atkins, sisters Francine Hrank, Lori Allaine and many nieces, nephews and long time close friends.

To leave online condolences and fond memories of Jaime for the Nash family, please visit www.shinnfuneral home.com

The Thos L. Shinn Funeral Home, 10 Hilliard Dr., Manahawkin, NJ was entrusted with the arrangements.

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Gidget & Larry Crawford

January 23, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Jamie. We were neighbors and friends. She was always a kind and warm person who was always willing to help everyone. RIP Jamie

Kathryn Hopson

January 22, 2021

Jaime, my dear friend and enthusiastic supporter of FAD (friends at dialysis). She couldn’t wait for COVID to be over and have another get together. We had already started planning it. I talked to her every couple of days on the phone. We would have so much to share and before I knew it, we would be on the phone for over an hour! I will miss her terribly. Love to her family, she will be in my prayers.

Enrico Nardone

January 22, 2021

Francine ,Lori.
let me share the condolences too both of you and say how very sorry i am . She was my very first girl friend when your 9 years old that's saying something. PEACE MY FRIEND forever more.

Sue Philhower

January 22, 2021

So saddened to hear of Jaime's parting. She was such a fabulous neighbor for many years and will be missed. Jaime always watched over my children. I loved her warm and generous heart. We had many wonderful conversations over time. Her husband and children were her world. Sending our deepest condolences to her family.

Ashley Atkins

January 21, 2021

My Yai. From singing songs while you did my hair to picking out my dress for my wedding, I am so happy I was able to share so many happy memories with you! Your big warm hugs no matter how old I was and the endless chats we would have will be what I miss most. Just know that we love you so much Yai. I know you’re free and at peace now, but you’re missed so much here. Love you always, your Mamushka xoxo

Kathi Donahue Dundon

January 21, 2021

Jaime and I were Neighbors in Barnegat Beach, Waretown for many years. She was a joy to be around. Jaime always was very helpful, caring, fun and you could always count on her. And She absolutely Loved her Family with all her heart. My thoughts and prayers are with the Whole Family. May your wonderful memories guide your healing. God Bless, Jaime💕🌹🙏

Maureen Guider

January 21, 2021

I would see and hear Jaime gabbing to Carol in our dialysis chairs and I’d think....too bad I’m not sitting right next to Jaime! She had an unbelievable tone in her voice! Kathy ,Walt , Jaime and I went to Zanos for lunch prior to covid.....boy, to hear Jaime rave about her children and grandchildren made me realize, I’m not the only one who speaks highly of my kids and grandkids. Wish we had more moments like these. God bless all of you. XO

Kristen Barrett

January 21, 2021

Living in Florida , we didn't get to see each other face to face until I was 16. Needless to say , I was nervous , but as soon as we walked into Aunt Jaime's house that all went away. She was so loving and inviting . She made you feel comfortable. I would watch her with her residents and remember thinking how blessed these people were to have someone as loving and caring as my Auntie to care for them. Throughout the years we have enjoyed our visits with Aunt Jaime and the rest of the family in New Jersey. When things turned life upside down here for us , Jaime was a pillar of strength for us. She was a kind voice on the phone when we needed kindness and a stern voice when we needed it told the way it needed to be told. She was very loved from a distance by her Florida family. Her nieces and nephews and especially her sister Lori will forever remember her love for life and Atlantic City. Forever will her love and compassion live on in all the people she so selflessly helped through their own struggles. We love you Auntie ❤❤

Nicole Mulvey

January 20, 2021

Mom was a beautiful person, loved to love and be loved. Life here will not be the same without her in it. We will keep you in in our memories, in our stories and in our hearts every day. You will not be forgotten mom xx

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY