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Billy Joe Nash
August 21, 1963 ~ November 4, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Rev. Billy Joe Nash, known affectionately by all as "Bill," passed away on November 4, 2023, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Born on August 21, 1963, in Poteau, Oklahoma, Billy lived a life filled with faith, love, and a deep commitment to his community.
Bill was a beloved family man. He is survived by his devoted wife, Sue Nash, of their home in Perkins, Oklahoma. The couple was married on August 21, 1985, in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, marking a union that would span nearly four decades. Bill's love for Sue was a shining example of his capacity for steadfast devotion and unshakeable loyalty. He is also survived by his two children, his daughter, Brandi Page, and her husband, Jason, of Henryetta, and his son, Billy Joe Nash II, and his wife, Rachel, of Stillwater. Bill was a proud grandfather to Moriah, Layla, and Judah Nash, who brought him immense joy in his later years.
Bill was the son of Wilma Nash of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and the late Charles Douglas Nash. He was a cherished brother to Jimmy Nash of Mena, Arkansas, Carroll Nash of Idabel, and his sister, Jackie Fendley of Hot Springs, Arkansas. His nieces, nephews, friends, and other relatives also survive him. They will all remember Billy for his warm smile, his hearty laughter, and his genuine kindness.
Bill made an indelible mark on his community through his work as a minister. He served as the pastor of the Freedom Church in Perkins, touching countless lives with his wise words and compassionate spirit. Billy had an unwavering belief in the goodness of people and the power of faith, and he dedicated his life to spreading this message. His sermons resonated with many, providing comfort in difficult times and inspiring personal growth and spiritual connection.
Bill's unwavering faith and devotion to not only his community, but all over the United States and around the world where he preached were a testament to his belief in his Lord. His legacy will live on in the hearts of those he touched, and his memory will continue to inspire those who knew him to live with kindness, love, and faith.
Bill's life was a testament to the power of love and faith, both of which he had in abundance. His passing leaves a void that will be hard to fill but his spirit will live on in the lives of his family, friends, and the countless individuals he touched through his ministry. He will be missed by all who knew him, but his memory will continue to inspire and guide us. As we mourn his loss, we also celebrate a life well-lived, a man well-loved, and a legacy that will continue to shine brightly in our hearts.
Rev. Billy Joe Nash's life was a beacon of love, faith, and service. His legacy will continue to inspire those who knew him and those who will come to know him through the stories of his life. His memory will always be a source of comfort and inspiration, reminding us all to live with kindness, love, and unwavering faith.
Memorial Services are scheduled for Friday, November 17, 2023 at 2:00 PM at World Harvest Church in Stillwater, 1718 W. Lakeview RD, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74075.