Freddie Nash

Freddie Beatrice Nash (Page)

Monday, January 13th, 1941 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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Freddie Nash, 79, of Battle Creek, Michigan, was called from labor to reward on Sunday, April 26, 2020. She was born on January 13, 1941, in Marvell, Arkansas, the daughter of Zeb Page Sr. and Addie (Loving) Page.
She attended Arkansas Public Schools and relocated to MI with two children from a previous marriage, where she later met and married Robert Nash who had two children, and added two more children together.
Her love for family led her to leave the work force early in her career, to stay home with her children. She was a creative spirit and enjoyed sewing, cooking, fishing and re-fashioning hats and shoes.
Freddie loved the Lord and joined Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Earl F. Young, where she served in the kitchen and clothing ministry and gospel chorus. Freddie had the gift of hospitality and enjoyed taking care of elderly neighbors, serving as a companion and ensuring their homes were clean and they had hearty meals on the holidays. Her love for humanity was further demonstrated in the 11 years of compassionate care that she provided for her mother allowing her to age in place until her death at the age of 105.
She leaves a legacy of love behind in her Husband of 52 years, Robert, Son, Melvin Tate of Battle Creek, MI; Daughters, Belinda (Terry) Williams of St. Louis, MO, Dorothy (Andre) Patterson of Florissant, MO, Victoria (Timothy) Reese of Battle Creek, MI, Robbie Nash of Battle Creek, MI; A Special Granddaughter who she raised, Kameaka Tate and Sister Pecolia Skelton of Battle Creek; Two Amazing Friends, Christine Crump and Lyl Jefferson; 14 Grandchildren, 21 Great-Grandchildren, 8 Great Great-Grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, 1 Brother-In-Law and 3 Sister-In-Laws.
She was preceded in death by her Daughter, Leeunice Tate, in 1975, as well as 12 siblings, her Mother and Father.
Complying with the current restrictions in place, a funeral service will be held at the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, on Thursday, April 30, 2020, 12:00 pm with Rev. Timothy Troxler officiating.
Interment will take place in the Fort Custer National Cemetery.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, April 30th, 2020 | 12:00pm
    Thursday, April 30th, 2020 12:00pm
    Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church
    636 West Vanburen street
    BattleCreek, MI 49037
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  • Interment

    Fort Custer National Cemetery
    15501 Dickman Road
    AUGUSTA, MI 49012
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Myra Rogers

Posted at 11:44am
Bro. Nash & Family, I remember fondly how kind you and Sis. Nash were to mom, the late Sis. Annie Broadnax, and me when we lived in Battle Creek and were members of Macedonia. I pray that the truth of 2Corinthians 1:2-4 comforts and keeps your hearts. Blessings, Myra (Austin) Rogers & Pastor Freddie Rogers

Dewanda Baker

Posted at 12:21am
Man I can remember I only had one friend and that was Vicky for a long time and Mrs Nash was so nice to me, if i was playing and it was dinner time she would feed me, I was treated so nice as a little girl. I’m thankful to have had the pleasure of being welcomed by her. Dewanda Baker and family.
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Donalyn Thompson Biscoe

Posted at 02:10am
Psalms 23. My sincere condolences and prayers to you. May God provide an abundance of strength , love and peace. I will cherish my memories of Mrs. Nash, rest now, rest Lee.
Donalyn (Donna) Thompson- Biscoe

Dorothy Coopwood

Posted at 11:31am
In Memory of our Beloved Mom & Grandma you will be in our hearts forever. See you later. Tell Leeunice hi. Love Dorothy ,Belinda and Grandkids
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Mary Whitt

Posted at 11:15am
My condolences to your family. May God comfort you and give you strength during this time. Sincerely Mary Whitt

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