Rachard Deon Nash

November 11, 1989December 8, 2020

Rachard Deon Nash was born on November 11, 1989 and passed away on December 8, 2020 and is under the care of Fulton-Theroux Funeral Service.

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Max Cohen

December 18, 2020

Rachard was one of my core go to people at school. He came the first year I came to Middlebridge and we immediately clicked. No matter what he was there for me during my tough times. He even helped me get my sweatshirt back when I needed it. He was undoubtedly the kindest person I met and was such a great friend and mentor. He es such a fun person to go to concerts with in reality I have nothing but respect for Rachard.

Jules Kritzman

December 18, 2020

Rachard was like a father to me. I looked up to him in so many different ways not just as an RI but as a second father, a friend, a leader, a coach, and a role model. You were someone who I could talk to about anything and feel comfortable and trust you and know whatever I said you were there for me no matter what. Whenever you come into a room you bring such positive vibes and great energy. While being at Middlebridge you were a huge part of my growth and my time there and still to this day in spirits. You have taught me so many things and gave me such long life skills and advice that I will remember and use for a lifetime. Rachard was a person who was there for someone no matter what the cause was. He was such a kind, positive, caring, funny, smart, talented person. I will miss him every day but I know you will be watching down on me and rooting and cheering me on every step of the way. Thank you for being by my side and believing in me when I didn't believe in myself. I love you. Rest easy second pops.

Jack Kane

December 17, 2020

You were the first person to take me to my first concert (Juice Wrld). You were the first boys 2 RI I spoke to when I got to MBS on day one. You were the first person to cheer me on when I made a 3 in basketball or in any sports. You were the one to help me build my bad boy personality! You were the one that almost made me throw up doing the kahona challenge! I miss you Rashard!

Clare Griffin

December 17, 2020

Rachard was more than just an RI, he was a friend as well. I trusted him more than most people because he never failed to shame me for my mistakes. Everyone who has ever met Rachard can agree that he was a friendly, kind hearted man who brought nothing but positive energy. You will be missed dearly.

clare griffin

December 17, 2020

I remember when Rachard would hype me up at the trampoline park and how he brought nothing but positive energy.

Halden Reefe

December 16, 2020

Rachard was one of a kind, A friend to all, he not only impacted me in a positive light but impacted my entire Peer group he will be forever missed but what he leaves behind is the importance of being a transparent honest friend. I feel truly blessed to to have met him.

Walter Snider

December 15, 2020

Rachard was someone who was there for everyone no matter what sort of issue it was! He was kind, supportive, loving, accepting, and just a really good man! He was a light in so many people’s lives especially when things were dark. Rachard’s compassion and love for his work and the students he worked with ended up making him part of our family. As a friend to us all, you will be missed Rachard.

Jordyn Jann

December 13, 2020

Rachard never failed to be one of the kindest, most genuine people I’ve known. He lit up a room so effortlessly, and everyone had nothing but love for him and his contribution to the Middlebridge community. I always looked forward to seeing him and he will be so dearly missed.

Ellis Hemmerdinger

December 13, 2020

Rachard was an amazing part of the Middlebridge community I’m so glad I had to honor and pleasure of spending two years with him. He made a huge impact on my life. He encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone and join the basketball team. He brightened every single room he walked into. I miss you Rachard.

Jack Dovey

December 13, 2020

To Rachard’s Family,
Rachard was a brother to me. The brother that I never had. There are a small amount of people in my life that I can say that about. In my time at Middlebridge School, Rachard and I clicked in such a short time. Whether it was hanging out, coaching, or one on one time just to talk about life, I always knew that I had a brother and a mentor to go to. He always had my back and there was a lesson that he taught me in literally every interaction we had. It goes without saying how important he was to everyone he knew. Rachard will always be with me.