Charles E. Nash Jr.

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DEN­TON — Charles Henry Ed­ward “Ed” Nash Jr., 89, of Den­ton, Md., passed away sud­denly on Thurs­day, April 13, 2017, at his home.

Ed was born Nov. 4, 1927, to the late Charles H.E. Nash Sr. and Mary Vir­ginia Nash (nee Brad­shaw) of Ch­ester, Md. Ed at­tended Pat­ter­son Park High school in Bal­ti­more un­til he en­listed in the United States Navy and served four years on the USS Wis­con­sin BB-

Shortly af­ter his hon­or­able dis­charge, he worked 41 years at Western Elec­tric Bal­ti­more plant un­til the plant closed in 1986.

At re­tire­ment, he was su­per­vi­sor of plant safety and se­cu­rity, cer­ti­fied firearms in­struc­tor and was a life mem­ber of the Mary­land Law En­force­ment Of­fi­cers. He was known lo­cally and on Kent Is­land for his beau­ti­ful tree, flower and veg­etable gar­dens. His other hob­bies in­cluded crab­bing, fishing, roller­skat­ing, racing pi­geons, and was an avid Orioles and Ravens fan.

Ed is sur­vived by his loving wife of 67 years, Mary Estelle Nash; and two chil­dren, Charles Ed Nash III, Hills­boro, Md., Robin D Nash, Den­ton, Md. He is also sur­vived by two sis­ters, Mary Vir­ginia Banz, Bal­ti­more, Md., Alice Mae Ja­worski, Glen Arm, Md.; and his late brother, John Ephriam Nash of Bal­ti­more, Md.; one grand­son, Charles H.E. “Chuck” Nash IV, Easton, Md.

His wishes were that his body be do­nated for re­search, so a Cel­e­bra­tion of his Life will be held at his farm in Den­ton at a later date.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions may be made in his name to the Caro­line County Hu­mane So­ci­ety, Ridgely, Md.


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