William J. Nash, passed away Wednesday, January 27, 2021. Born June 11, 1958 and raised in Yonkers, New York William lived in New Milford, NJ before settling in to Oradell, NJ in 2000. Most people knew him from Big Variety in New Milford, NJ – the store he managed for many years. He worked for the last 19 years for Harold Levinson Associates in Farmingdale, NY. William was a noble and honest man who always played by the rules. He believed in doing right by those around him and treated people with respect. He was a hard worker who always got the job done.
William was an avid Yankee Fan – so we know there is a box seat in Heaven waiting for him.
He lived with his fiancée and soul mate Mindy Waters for the last 20 years. They had 20 wonderful years together, more than some people get in a lifetime.
He was a wonderful father to his daughter, Jessica Nash and was always there for her and giving her support. William is also survived by 4 siblings: his brothers Edward Nash, Anthony Nash and his wife Janet Nash, Michael Nash and his wife Kathy Nash and his sister Debbie Nash.
He is also survived by his nephews Anthony Nash and Michael Nash, Jr and his niece NiClair Bice
William was always there for his siblings and his family always came first to him.
For the last 24 years William unfortunately had to fight numerous cancer’s and survived them all. He was a fighter and his perseverance, determination, drive and the will to beat them all was challenging but a success. Unfortunately, his last diagnosis he was unable to fight and lost the battle on January 27, 2021.
We will always have William in our heart and prayers. His legacy will always carry on.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to:
https://www.hackensackumc.org/donate/ways-to-give/honor-remembrance-gifts/ and choose “The Caroline Fund/Brain and Spine Research Institute”
Please add “In memory of William Nash” in the memo line.
Family and friends are invited to attend visiting hours in the funeral home on Friday from 5pm -8pm. Due to the global pandemic the funeral home will be limited to 50 attendees at one time. A live-stream will be available for those unable to attend the visiting hours by clicking the link below. Please leave your condolences on the tribute wall tab to let his family know you are thinking about them.