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Posted by: Bill Carey    May 16, 2018

So very sorry to hear of Mitch's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Nash family. May you find peace in the love and memories you share. XO


Posted by: Kris Kearney    Jun 02, 2017

I first met Mitch 15 years ago when we played on the same Boston area over 30 baseball team. We played together for about 8 years. There's something about being able to play a game you loved as a kid into your adulthood...you feel lucky to be able to do such a thing. Mitch felt the same way. We witnessed Mitch perform feats at 3rd base where we would just say "did he just do that?" A game in Lynn

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Posted by: Erik Olson    May 29, 2017

I came to know Mitch as teammate and opponent on several baseball teams. He was a true gentleman, and always came to the games with an infectious, positive attitude. He will be missed by all who shared the diamond with him. My prayers to his family.


Posted by: Ken Thaxter - Bridgewater   May 24, 2017

My deepest condolences. Mich was a great guy to be friends with in middle school. My thoughts and prayers are with the Nash family at this time.


Posted by: Elizabeth (Chicky) Dornburgh - Arlington, MA   May 23, 2017

I'd like to express my heartfelt condolences over the passing of Mitch. He was a friend in middle school and I have great memories of him and our group of friends having such fun together!

My thoughts are with the Nash family (Gretchen and the boys in particular) over your loss.

Gretchen, please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you need anything at all.

Sincerely,
Chicky T.


Posted by: Elizabeth Dornburgh - Arlington, MA   May 23, 2017

To Mitch's family, it is hard to express how sorry I am for your loss. Mitch will always be a part of my life. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Please accept my deepest sympathies; please also forgive me for not attending the services. Unfortunately, time constraints do not permit me to do so. Again sorry to hear of this terrible news.


Posted by: Brian Hurley - Brighton, MA - Friend   May 23, 2017

The greatest guy to watch a Red Sox game with. I knew Mitch socially as an adult in Brighton. He stood out to me because He was so quietly knowledgeable about baseball. I knew he must have been a great player. He also had an overwhelming kindness and gentleness to all. It was never about him. It was all about you with him. He listened. He understood. Thanks Mitch. My deepest condolences to all family members and friends. We lost a great one. Peace, Michael Hayes


Posted by: Michael Hayes - Brighton, MA   May 23, 2017

In kindergarten, I was Mitch's first friend at Underwood. By the 5th grade, we realized that both of us loved the game of baseball! Our friendship continued through high school, and we had a lot of fun times together.

He went on to the Boston Park League and he always told me to follow him there, with Mike Lyons, and our baseball mentor, B. Bardo. At righty at Bird Park, we were always on the same team. We also played

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Posted by: Jim Kalamvokis - Westwood, MA   May 23, 2017

I loved that guy.

I was a teammate of Mitch's on 4 over-30/40/50 baseball teams over a span of 14 years. Mitch mostly played 3B, and me SS, so we were usually side-by-side. I always had friendly chats and conversations with Mitch throughout the game, whether on the field or on the bench...those conversations were almost never about baseball.

No matter which teams we played on, we somehow managed to follow each other around the league thru the years. It

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Posted by: Ernest DeMaio - Salem, MA - Friend   May 23, 2017