Lloyd Nash passed away peacefully in Cottonwood, Arizona on June 30th.
He was born in Oil Trough, Arkansas on June 21st, 1923.
Lloyd moved to Arizona at a young age and eventually met and married his wife Don Nell Lewis (Nash) in the summer of 1942. After serving in the Navy during World War II on the US Midway, he returned to Arizona to become a bartender; a pool hustler; a big game hunting guide; a fishing enthusiast; and a successful business owner.
Of all his talents he was most proud of being the father of four beautiful daughters, nine grandchildren, and 22 great-grandchildren. He was happy to talk about his family to anyone who would listen.
Lloyd is survived by his wife of 72 years, Don Nell Nash and also his daughters, Shirley Phelps (Marvin), Gail Cammallari (Pete), Penny Hunter (Ron), and Suzette Maharry. He is also survived by his sister, Alverna Cantrell of Dodge City, Kansas.
There will be a memorial for family and friends at noon on July 12, 2014 at the Verde Village Club House located at 3901 E Del Rio Dr in Cottonwood, Arizona.
Information provided by survivors.