Sharon Kay Shaffer Nash

Sharon Kay Shaffer Nash, 71 years old, passed away Monday, August 20, 2018 in Rogers after a short battle of brain cancer. She was born October 17, 1946 in Garfield to Albert and Maggie Byler Shaffer. She grew up in northwest Arkansas and married Butch Nash on October 4, 1974, and finally made her home at Cave Springs in 1983. Sharon was a homemaker while raising her five children. As her children grew older she went into the workforce working at both Scott Paper and Glad manufacturing before finally retiring to enjoy all of her grandkids and great grandkids. She loved to read her books and spend time with her family and friends.

Sharon is preceded in death by her parents, a granddaughter, Meranda Ballard, a daughter-in-law Laura Bradford, four brothers and a sister.

She is survived by her husband, Butch, of almost 44 years; four sons, Larry Bradford, Kevin Bradford (Teresa), Ted Bradford and David Nash (Brandy); one daughter, Tammy Bradford Teal, 15 grandkids, 7 great-grandkids with one more coming in November; four sisters and a brother.

A celebration of life was held Saturday, September 1, 2018 at the Refuge Church in Rogers.

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Judy Stewart-Pratt
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Judy Stewart-Pratt

Prayers for the family. Love to you all.

Dustin Leos
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Dustin Leos

I’m glad I got to see her for the 1st time in a very long time right after we went fishing At your House Dave. You know I don’t do the Facebook thing on these situations, so call or text brother. You know I’m here if you need to talk.

Brandy
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Brandy

The best mother in law anyone could ask for. She loved like no other. My life’s is better knowing herand having her as my family. She raised some pretty awesome kids .

Ron Gesty
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Ron Gesty

Butch, keep the faith and forever cherish the memories

Sharon Hollingsworth
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Sharon Hollingsworth

Will be missed by all,but feel blessed to have known such an awesome lady! R.I.P.

Teresa Benningfield Jadwin
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Teresa Benningfield Jadwin

I’m so thankful I got to get to know this wonderful lady better. She showed my real quick how much she loved and cared for each of her family members. What a loving heart. I know she will hear God say well done. Enter into the joys of heaven! She over worshipping him. I’m thankful for my time with her.

Linda Anderson
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Linda Anderson

Sharon and I shared a grand daughter Miranda Ballard together I love you with all my heart she was a great person and a great grandmother to my granddaughter I will miss her very much Linda Ballard and

Ron & Rosey Booth
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Ron & Rosey Booth

Such a sweet lady! Praying comfort for the family.

Hazel Long
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Hazel Long

You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Your mom was one of the best moms and always made me feel welcomed and appreciated. She truly made the world a better place!!!