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Joseph Nash

Joseph H. Nash

Friday, November 20th, 1953 - Sunday, August 30th, 2020
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Obituary

Joseph H. Nash, age 66, of Janesville, died Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020, at Mercy Hospital, Janesville. He was born in Valparaiso, IN, on Nov. 20, 1953, the son of Dr. Charles and Genevieve (Wittl) Nash. Joe married the former Pennie Edwards and they had 2 sons, Chris and Adam. They later divorced. He was the manager for Piggly Wiggly Food Store in Brodhead for many years. Joe was an avid pool player, and enjoyed golfing, traveling to LasVegas for his annual trip, watching Andy Griffith re-runs, but most of all spending time with his family.

He is survived by his 2 boys, Chris and Adam Nash; a sister, Charlene (Jean) Martin of Janesville; 4 nieces: Carrie Jo Cookson, Michelle Martin, Jennifer (Aaron) Berger and Corinna (Doug) Sueflohn; and 5 great nieces and nephews: Michael, Kiera, Kayla, Katie, and Evan. He was preceded in death by his parents; 2 brothers, Charles and John Nash; a sister, Claudia Cookson; and nephew, Michael Nash.

A Celebration of Joe’s Life will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the WHITCOMB-LYNCH FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, 21 S Austin Rd. Janesville. Interment will be at a later date in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. For on-line condolences: www.whitcomb-lynch.com
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  • Visitation

    Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location
    Whitcomb-Lynch Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.
    Address
    21 S. Austin Rd.
    JANESVILLE, WI 53548
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Dan Reid

Posted at 05:04pm
Growing up, Joe and his family were an important part of our neighborhood. We lived across the backyard and we spent many many hours playing and running around together. Joe's dad also put on the big fireworks display on the 4th of July. Joe was one of the first boys i meet when we mover into block and Joe was always fun to be around. So sad and sorry to hear of his passing.
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Glenda Nagel

Posted at 08:20pm
From the Class of 1971 - Parker High School
Remembering Joseph Nash 1953 – 2020

Loren Thompson ☹
Kathy Brown Rip Joe ...another classmate loss


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Bob Moore RIP


 




Chris Sheridan Scheider Sympathies to the family.


 






Kenneth Phillips I know whenever I would see him he always had time to chat. Even if only a few minutes. A super nice guy. RIP Joe!


 






Mary O'Leary Morris I’m so sorry to see this... saw joe from time to time...always so sweet.






Diane Koeberl Very sad.😢


 






Ann Wienecke Poulson Wow! Ageless. RIP


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Diane Scieszinski Joe was a great guy, and as Mary said a sweet guy. This is very sad.


 






Kathy Tearman Condolences to his family


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Brian Kuter RIP Joe. Blessings and prayers to his family.
Donna Emrick Cohen Always wore a smile 😊 RIP Joe


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Kargar Quandt Always friendly to all he met, RIP.





Robert Ostram I've known Joe since 1st grade. What a great guy.





Kathy Brown So sad ....always smiling


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Mary Nitke Very sad. A good guy. RIP Joe.





Betty Huber Shaw So very sorry to hear.





Russ Dahlke RIP Joe.





Mike Austin Condolences and prayers to his family


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Glenda Nagel Wishing Joe’s family peace during this difficult time.












John Schwalbe Condolences to your family and RIP Joe.
Janet Briggs-Carlson Joe was a wonderful guy and will be missed by all that knew him! Another terrible loss from the Class of 1971...Parker High school!! Sending Deepest Sympathy to his family 😥😥🙏🙏💔💔





Greg Truesdill Sad to hear this. RIP Joe.



Mary Kaye Dorn Remember going to St. Williams together good guy. So sorry to hear of his passing
Dave Behling Joe was a great guy. Always friendly and smiling. 

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mike gunn

Posted at 11:04am
My sympathy for your physical loss; how ever mentally he will be remember from St. pats and parker as true friend with enjoyable prescience mike Gunn
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Posted at 01:30pm
We miss you more than you could ever imagine Tom and Bernadette Sheridan
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Gordon LaChance

Posted at 08:37am
So many memories of Joe. He lived next door and was a vital part of the neighborhood back in the days when we all played together from sunup until corralled by our parents after dark.
Our deepest sympathy to the family. We will all miss you, but won't forget all the good times together.
Jeff and Charlene LaChance
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