Joyce Nash

03/19/1956 - 2/28/2024

Joyce Nash

03/19/1956 - 2/28/2024


Joyce Ann Nash, 67, of Louisville, Kentucky, passed away on February 28, 2024. Born on March 19, 1956, in Louisville to James and Verna Nash, Joyce brought light and love into the lives of all who knew her.

She is survived by her beloved mother, Verna L. Nash, sisters Deborah L. Nash, Rosie Marie Chambers (Mark Chambers), Sister n Law Donna Nash . Joyce leaves behind a legacy of love through her Nephews'; Donathon Hall, Steven Nash, and Kurtis Nash, as well as four cherished great-nieces and many cousins.

Joyce's life was filled with creativity and beauty. She found joy in sewing, needlepoint, and crocheting afghans, pouring her heart into every stitch. Her green thumb brought forth the most enchanting garden, a testament to her passion for nature and its wonders.

A graduate of Western High School in Louisville, KY, in 1975, Joyce touched the hearts of many with her kindness and gentle spirit. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

In a heartfelt note from her sister Debbie: "Joyee-a-R-oo, you were my first friend, my first playmate! Where is the recipe for my German chocolate birthday cake, girl! I Love You, Deb."

Joyce is preceded in death by her father, James A. Nash I, brother James A. Nash II, and great-nephew Tray Shawn Hall.

In our hearts, Joyce will forever remain, her memory a beacon of love and light that will never fade. Rest in peace, dear Joyce.

Cremation was chosen and Magnolia Cremations of Jeffersonville, Indiana has been entrusted with the arrangements.

Condolences (6)



Theresa Endler

I worked with Joyce years ago at HRI. She was a hard worker and had a heart of gold. I hadn’t seen her in many years. So sorry for your loss. She was a good soul.

Norma House

I worked with Joyce at HRI and we became friends. She was with me when I met my husband and she came to my home (for his funeral) one year after I married him. I cherished her friendship. As the years went by we would stay in touch via Facebook. Last year I thought I kept seeing her at public functions (red curly hair). I was at Incarnation picnic last September and I won a cake. I heard someone yelling my name and looked up and it was Joyce. I told her I couldn’t believe I ran into her as we hadn’t seen each other in years. When I headed home I thought I should have taken a selfie of us but we hugged plenty. I went to Facebook today to wish her a Happy Birthday and read posts she had passed. RIP sweet Joyce and thanks for the memories. Prayers for her Mom and sisters ❤️

Norma House

I worked with Joyce at HRI and we became friends. She was with me when I met my husband and she came to my home (for his funeral) one year after I married him. I cherished her friendship. As the years went by we would stay in touch via Facebook. Last year I thought I kept seeing her at public functions (red curly hair). I was at Incarnation picnic last September and I won a cake. I heard someone yelling my name and looked up and it was Joyce. I told her I couldn’t believe I ran into her as we hadn’t seen each other in years. When I headed home I thought I should have taken a selfie of us but we hugged plenty. I went to Facebook today to wish her a Happy Birthday and read posts she had passed. RIP sweet Joyce and thanks for the memories. Prayers for her Mom and sisters ❤️

Jan Kather

I remember Joyce as a very kind, considerate, quiet, sweetest person in our Class of ‘75 at Western High School. Condolences to all her family. RIP Joyce!!!

Bradley Henry

I can easily say there is not a time that I can recall where you were not smiling, even on a rough day. That is really rare and special. We shared a ❤️ for the fur babies. 😊. I’m glad we talked not to long ago, I will miss you. Tell Aunt Charlene and my Mamaw I miss them everyday. Love Brad