Timothy-Nash-Obituary

Timothy Allen Nash

Bluefield, West Virginia

Timothy Nash passed away in Bluefield, West Virginia. The obituary was featured in Bluefield Daily Telegraph on May 6, 2008.

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Dear family,
My heart goes out to all of you during the time of this tragic loss. Tim was one of the good guys and a great cousin. His kind and gentle nature is something that I will always remember about him. Although our lives get busy and we don't stay in touch as much as we should, Tim phoned me recently to tell me how much it meant to him to have our friendship when he first moved to Florida. The joy in his voice when he spoke about his wife Carole and how he had married the...

Dear Barbara, Ray,Terri,
We are so sorry to learn of Tim's death. Please know that we understand and feel your pain. It has been 3 1/2 years since we lost Mary Ann, and it is still overwheling at times, but you can survive it.
Family, friends, and a strong faith in God has gotten us through it. Rely on your family, friends, and lean heavily upon your Heavenly Father. We will never understand the "why" of things, but He knows the big picture and we have to trust that...

Dear Barbara, Ray, Terri and family,

Tim was a great friend and true pal. He and I had so much fun growing up; we were real buddies during our boyhood years, and we shared lots of really good times during high school too. Tim will always be special to me because he was one of those few "make the extra-effort" people who actually did keep in touch over the years. Now that's a pal!

With my deepest condolences,

Dear Ray, Barbara Nash, Teri Cole and extended family, Ann and I want to offer our heartfelt sympathy to all in the passing of Tim. While we did not know him, our acquaintance goes way back to his Smith great grandparents, since I grew up next door to them. Of course, during my ownership of Fox & Thompson, I came to know more of the extended family. May God bless each and all at this very sad time.

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Nash and my dear friend Terri,

I was heartbroken at the news of Tims passing. I thought so highly of him. He was a wonderful and dear young man
who always had a smile on his face and had the gift of making others feel important and good about themselves. He was instrumental in what was a magical time period of our lives.
"The High School Years"

I will keep you all in my heart and in my prayers.

Sadly,
Sharon

Dearest Barbara and Ray,
I am so very sorry to hear of Tim's passing.
I remember babysitting Tim and Terri and it seems as if it were yesterday.
May God comfort and keep you and your family in this terrible loss.
You are in our thoughts and prayers always.
Love,
Cathy Cordle Thompson and Family

Terri,
So sorry to read about your brother, please know you and your family are in our prayers.

Tim was a good friend when we were growing up and will be greatly missed.

We are sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. Albert & Delores Shrader