Frances-Nash-Obituary

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Frances C. Nash

Charlotte, North Carolina

May 21, 1919 – Mar 5, 2013

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BORN
May 21, 1919
DIED
March 5, 2013
LOCATION
Charlotte, North Carolina

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Harry & Bryant Funeral Home Obituary

Mrs. Nash, 93, of Charlotte, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at her home in Sharon Towers.The youngest of nine children, Mrs. Nash was born in Union County, NC, to Frances Eugenia (Beckham) Crowell and William Lester Crowell on May 21, 1919. She moved to Charlotte as a young...

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Tommy and Jane...and family...so sorry to hear about your Mother. It has been years since we grew up on Seneca Place and had such a wonderful childhood with our loving mothers watching over us. My prayers are with your family.

Sorry to hear of this passing. The Nash's lived dowm the street from us on Seneca Place for many years. I would love to say hello to Tommy. The Pinewood School reunion is trying to contact all the Nash children. You will find them on facebook. Prayers to you and yours! Cheryl Hill

Sincerest, deepest condolences at the loss of your Mother. As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends. Peace to each of you. ~Cel St.Pierre, Metro School staff

John and Suzanne, During this time of sadness, may wonderful memories sooth your spirit, comfort your soul and bring you peace. You both are in our prayers.
In deepest sympathy, Jack and Connie Scroggs

Condolences, our deepest sympathy, and prayers to the Nash and Loy families. As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

What a beautiful Lady, what a wonderful life! Bless her on her next amazing journey. Prayers and Love to the Nash and Loy Families.

Many childhood memories of Frances,Raymond, and the entire Nash Family. Frances was a strong woman and will be missed by many. Holding you all in the light.

With Frances gone, the last vestige of my childhood gone forever. John, I remember times beginning on Avondale Ave. to one visit by your parents to chapel Hill for a football geme. They were an energetic couple always, Condolences
Harry Waller

I love you pretty eyes! Heaven will be happy to have you.