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Julius Nash, Jr.

December 18, 1926 ~ October 4, 2010

Mr. Julius Nash, Jr., 83, of Lake Charles passed away, Monday, October 04, 2010 in his residence.


Mr. Nash was a native of Crockett, TX and lived in Houston, prior to moving to the Lake Charles area forty-three years ago. He worked for Hurricane Steel Company in Houston, owned and operated Nash Fence Company for many years in Lake Charles. He was a member of the Apostolic Temple of the United Pentecostal Church in Lake Charles.


Survivors include his wife, Enell Gaspard Nash; two daughters, Deborah Dupre` and companion Joe Henry, and Telisa Heard and husband Ferren all of Lake Charles; four sons, Dale Nash and wife Phyllis of Many, LA, Dwight Nash and wife Bonita, Harold Edward "Pete" Nash, and Reggie Nash and wife Peggie all of Lake Charles; twenty-one grandchildren, and twenty-six, great grandchildren; one brother, Harold Lee Nash of Montgomery, TX. He was preceded in death by a son, Corliss Nash; grandchildren, Stephanie Perry, Joshua and Clint Nash.


His funeral will be at 9:30 AM, Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at the Apostolic Temple in Lake Charles. Pastor Ricky Treece will officiate. Burial will be in Consolata Cemetery under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM, Tuesday, in the funeral home and continue from 8:00 AM until time of service, Wednesday, in the church.

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  1. Dear Deborah, Mrs. Nash, Trish Nash Family……Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Mr. Nash. All our prayers will be with each of you.Our Love,Cathy, Tony, David ,Toni Michelle

  2. Mr. Pete and Family,God Bless all of you on the loss of your loved one. May he rest in peace. He is building bigger and better fences in heaven.My deepest sympathy,Regina Guidry

  3. Mrs. Nash family,I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed getting to know Mr. Nash over the last year. He was very special to me. No matter what was going on in his world he always asked how I was doing how my kids were doing. I especially liked hearing all of his stories from when he was younger. One thing was certain, he was so proud of his family. He always bragged about his children grandchildren and how well they turned out. He will be truly missed. I pray God offers you comfort and peace during your time of need.

  4. sis. e nail and family so sorry to here of your loss, remberiing you all in my prayers GOD BLESS EAC H AND EVERY ONE OF YOU…….

  5. To the Nash Family, sorry to hear about Mr. Nash, enjoyed him comming to the hardware store and having coffee with us . Our prayers are with him.


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