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“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...Read More »
1 of 15 | Posted by: Kris Kearney

“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...Read More »
2 of 15 | Posted by: Erik Olson

“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,...Read More »
3 of 15 | Posted by: Ken Thaxter - Bridgewater

“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. ”
4 of 15 | Posted by: Elizabeth (Chicky) Dornburgh - MA

“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...Read More »
5 of 15 | Posted by: Elizabeth Dornburgh - Arlington, MA

“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...Read More »
6 of 15 | Posted by: Brian Hurley - Brighton, MA

“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...Read More »
7 of 15 | Posted by: Michael Hayes - Brighton, MA

“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...Read More »
8 of 15 | Posted by: Jim Kalamvokis - Westwood, MA

“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...Read More »
9 of 15 | Posted by: Ernest DeMaio - Salem, MA

“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...Read More »
10 of 15 | Posted by: Dan O'Brien

“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...Read More »
11 of 15 | Posted by: John Resnick - Winchester, MA

“May his memory be eternal ”
12 of 15 | Posted by: John McVey - Weston, MA

“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...Read More »
13 of 15 | Posted by: Robert (Fest) Coppola - Amherst, NH

“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...Read More »
14 of 15 | Posted by: Nancy Shannon-Jones - Greenfield, NH

“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....Read More »
15 of 15 | Posted by: Bill Carey - MA


Mitchell Nash of Newton, MA passed away unexpectedly in his sleep on May 19, 2017. Mitch was born January 16, 1967 in Boston and was raised in Newton. He attended Newton North where he was an avid athlete. Mitch was a sportsman all his life and could often be found playing hockey, basketball or baseball in various men's leagues throughout the Boston area. Mitch was the devoted father to his children Owen (13 years) and Nolan (9 years). He is survived by his beloved girlfriend Meghan Thrasher of Brighton. He was the son of the late James Nash. He leaves behind his mother, Theresa (O'Sullivan) Nash of Newton and his siblings Eileen Nash of Newton, Joseph Nash of Pembroke and his companion Rita Ashegh of Lynn, Terry and Laurie Nash of Franklin, John and Mary Jo Nash of Waltham, Mary and Roland Nash-Roy of Maynard, Brian and Vicki Nash of Marlborough and Jamie and Chris Miller of Hudson. He leaves behind many nieces, nephews and cousins. He is survived by his former wife Gretchen (Buxbaum) Nash of West Roxbury. Mitch devoted his life to his two boys. He loved spending time with them and spending his free time at "The Camp", he loved being around family and friends. His passion was woodworking which he did with perfection. He was a true artist. Mitchy (as he was known to his siblings) was your all around great guy who was very loved by all that knew him. He will be dearly missed. Visiting hours in the Eaton and Mackay Funeral Home, 465 Centre St., NEWTON CORNER, on Tuesday, May 23nd from 4-8pm. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held in Our Lady Help of Christians Church on Wednesday at 12 noon. In lieu of flowers, donations in Mitch's name may be made to a college fund for Owen and Nolan Nash, c/o Margaret A. Nash, 17 Maplewood St., West Roxbury MA 02132.