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Don't think I ever said hello to Mitch in passing. We always found a way to have a conversation. Mitch was that guy everyone wanted to be around and could put me in a good mood just by his presence.
My condolences to all who had the fortune of being closest to him. I'll miss Mitch greatly and hope to feel that happiness in his memory as I did in his company.


Posted by: Dan O'Brien    May 22, 2017

Mitch was and always will be remembered as a great man. So sorry for your loss. My prayers to the Nash family and friends. Rest in peace brother! You were loved by all who knew you.


Posted by: John Resnick - Winchester, MA - Friend   May 22, 2017

May his memory be eternal


Posted by: John McVey - Weston, MA   May 22, 2017

Mitch and I went to school together it's been many years but i remember hanging out listening to Jim Morrisson (The Doors). I am so sorry for your loss sending thought and prayers


Posted by: Robert (Fest) Coppola - Amherst, NH   May 21, 2017

My heartfelt condolences to the entire Nash family. Growing up across the street was so much fun! Mitchie had the most beautiful smile, which he carried into adulthood! My hope is that your wonderful memories and the closeness of the love you all had for one another will ease the pain of the difficult weeks and months you all have ahead of you as you grieve. Remember his smile and the sound of his laugh, it will carry you in your darkest moments.
With much love,
Nancy Shannon-Jones


Posted by: Nancy Shannon-Jones - Greenfield, NH - Family Friend   May 21, 2017

I am deeply saddened and devastated by the passing of Mitch. My deepest sympathies to the Nash family. Mitch and I became friends in a funny way. Mitch was a phenomenal pitcher and we played on rival teams. I would holler things to him to try to get him off his game, to no avail. When it was my time to bat, it was three quick strikes and back to the bench I went, yelling louder than before. Then, a

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Posted by: Bill Carey - Worcester, formerly Brighton, MA   May 21, 2017