Jamie Duane Nash, 47 years of age, of Avery Texas, was called home to be with the Lord on Monday, November 8, 2021.
He was born on October 9, 1974 in Tecumseh, Michigan.
Jamie is survived by his wife of twenty-four years, Kelli Nash; children Sage Nash, Savana Nash, and Samara Nash; parents Norman and Carol Nash; siblings Sandie Chapple, Karen (Steve) Forche, Janice (Tom) Smith, and Norman K Nash; and many more family members and friends.
Jamie was always a friend to everyone he had the pleasure of knowing. He made an impact on anyone he met you could always count on Jamie to be there for you if you ever needed anything. he holds a special spot in many family and friends hearts. Jamie was a very outgoing, encouraging, dog loving, hardworking man always there to lend a helping hand. Jamie enjoyed hunting, fishing, working on his trucks, long drives, and always enjoyed spending time with family. Jamie was always the life of the party he always knew how to put a smile on your face and give you a good laugh even on your worst days. Jamie would always be there to encourage anyone to follow their dreams and help them through the journey until they reach their goals.
He is dearly loved and will be missed he is an amazing husband, father, brother, and son.
Cremation arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400.
We are so sorry for your loss. Tim and I both have great memories of Jamie. Prayers for the entire family in this time of sorrow.
Thank you so much.
My deepest sympathy to Kelli, Sage, Samara, Savana and Jamie’s parents – He will me greatly missed by many people as he was a very likable man and a great former neighbor. May he Rest in Peace as he fought a very long and hard battle to remain with his loved ones.
Thank you, we definitely miss being your neighbor.
You have our prayers at this sad time.
Jamie will be missed dearly as a friend and fellow Loc Performance colleague. My sympathy and prayers for his family and friends during this time of sorrow and mourning.
Worked with Jamie at Loc Plymouth in Engineering Dept. Great guy, would help with anything you needed help with. So sorry to hear.
Jamie was a good and kind man. He was someone I genuinely enjoyed working with. I miss everything about him. His sense of humor, his kindness, and his ability to make the day better when I called him about work stuff. I pray that his family finds peace, and that the God of comfort will be with them as they try to move forward. Jamie was the best.
Thank you, we were definitely blessed to have him in our lives.
Our deepest condolences go out to the entire Nash family. Jamie will surely be missed by his many colleagues at Loc Performance.
So sorry for your loss, May The Lord give you and your family comfort.
Only knew Jaime for a short time, but he made a lasting impact. Professional to work with, smart and funny. Very sorry to hear and my sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Jamie was a great guy to work with. All his colleagues at Loc will miss him dearly. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Jamie and I were both hired by Loc at about the same time. We worked together and even took a business trip to the desert in Yuma, AZ in the middle of summer one year. Jamie was a great person, fun to work with and we will all miss him. I am so very sorry to hear about his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Nash family.
I remember that trip I forgot to pack him shorts. Thank you for your kind words and reminding me of a memory.
I just learned of Jamie’s passing. I’m so sorry. I worked with Jamie at Len Ind. in Leslie. He was always a stand up guy. A lot of the engineers there were full of themselves and wouldn’t listen to the workers out on the floor, but Jamie would not only listen, he’d encourage us to come to him with ideas for improvements. And he would give credit where credits was due. Always admired him for that.
And he was resourceful. I remember he had that king drive to and from Tecumseh every day and he had that old car that sometimes wouldn’t start and he’d push it by himself and jump in and pop the clutch to get it going. We’ve all been there! I was so happy for him when he bought that Pontiac Vibe. He deserved it.
I never saw him again after he left Len. But this still hurts. I wish his family peace.