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4500 Jenny Lind Road
Fort Smith, AR | 72901
479-646-5555
700 Jefferson St.
Van Buren, AR | 72956
479-474-2523
Paul Nash
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Condolence From: Judy Williams Zelins
Condolence: Paul Nash was a second father to me. Because I have had the great privilege honor and blessing to know the whole Nash family. Paula and I have continued to be friends since we were 12. Paul Nash was an outstanding father and husband. I spent every Friday night at his house. He and Mary treated me like one of the family. Of the three "girls" as he called Paula, Lynn and I, I was the youngest. Therefore, I was the last to drive. So many memories of spending Friday nights at the Nash house. Not only Kimmy Dean and Kelley bothering us but their friends would be over at the Nash house. So Mr. Nash would have to correct them also to leave us"girls" alone. Saying this means no matter who you were, you were welcomed into the Nash home. Mr. Nash treated everyone with respect and honor. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Thursday May 17, 2018
Condolence From: Rhilla Lynn Nichols Sevenstar
Condolence: I have been blessed, honored , and privileged to have many memories of Mr Paul Nash. I have shared a friendship with his Daughter Paula since 7th grade. We can recall many happy memories spent with the Nash family over the years. Mr Nash was a gentleman, being a man of few words, a man of his word, the kind, quiet, strong, stern type .Mr Nash was always busy , but he took the time to listen to our stories/questions / concerns ,and he called us each by name. I know how much he loved his bride Mary of 65 yrs. Every time I was with him,he spoke kindly of her in one way or another. Mary Nash makes a famous cornbread dressing and strawberry punch drink in which I have enjoyed several times over the years. In youth Paula and I were tortured, annoyed, harassed, picked at constantly by her brothers (as boys do) when we were at their home. Mr Nash would come to our rescue by saying “ Kimmy Dean ,you and Kelly leave those girls alone!” Paula had a powder blue colored New 1972 Barracuda which we enjoyed in the 1970’s . “ Styling” Dragging Main in 70’s “How cool was that?” In Later years I enjoyed visiting and shopping with Mr Nash at the “Rock House Good friends are a Blessing!. Thank you , Rhilla Lynn Nichols Sevenstar
Wednesday May 16, 2018

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