Patricia Nash

Patricia Leandra "Tricia" Nash

Thursday, February 11th, 1971 - Sunday, April 25th, 2021
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Patricia Leandra Nash passed away April 25, 2021, due to complications of cancer. Tricia was born in Bangkok Thailand on February 11, 1971 to William and Jumrus Weaver.

She graduated from Randolph High School in 1989 and then went into the United States Air Force. After serving in Germany as an Air Traffic Controller, she returned to the United States to start a new life working in the dental field and also as a cocktail server. In this time, she became a wonderful mother to three beautiful children. She continued her education and received her CNA/CHHA and Bachelor of Science Degree from Rutgers University.

Tricia enjoyed nature hikes, kayaking, bicycling, entomology and any other outdoor activity that did not include snow. She enjoyed cooking and experimenting making new dishes for her family, which was always her first priority.

She is survived by her husband Mark and their children Serena and Derek Bisk, Evan Taylor, Kameron, Sebastian and Christian Nash; her father William and sister Kelly.

Friends and family will gather to celebrate Patricia’s Life on Saturday, May 1st from 10am-11am at Boakes Funeral Home, 6050 Main Street, Mays Landing, NJ. A service will be held at 11am with burial immediately following at Atlantic County Veterans Cemetery, Route 50, Estell Manor with Military Honors.
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, May 1st, 2021 | 10:00am - 11:00am
    Saturday, May 1st, 2021 10:00am - 11:00am
    Boakes Funeral Home
    6050 Main Street
    MAYS LANDING, NJ 08330
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, May 1st, 2021 | 11:00am
    Saturday, May 1st, 2021 11:00am
    Boakes Funeral Home
    6050 Main Street
    MAYS LANDING, NJ 08330
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Pastor Melissa Doyle-Wald
  • Interment

    Atlantic County Veterans Cemetery
    109 Blvd. Route 50 (Lat. 39.3878, Long. -74-7380)
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


  • US Air Force

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Private Condolence

Mark Nash

Posted at 08:38am

Hello, thank you all for making it here so we can all rejoice together.

Some of you may have known Trish for a long time, and some maybe not long at all. But no matter how long you knew her, everyone who is here right now has had Tricia impact their lives in their own unique way.


Mama Trish’s personality could never be quite explained to a stranger, if anyone has ever asked me “who is mama Trish” the answer always was “honestly you would have to meet her to understand her.” She was a wild-free spirit and no one could tell her what to do, that’s what made her beautiful. She was humble but whatever art activity she did, turned out amazing.…. Her energy was extremely high, it could lift anyone up.

Adventuring was one of her favorite things to do. She came to America from Thailand where she was born. She’s been around the world; France, Germany, Jamaica,Idaho, Texas, St. Lucia you name it. She’d want us to continue her journey…..But she found her final home in rural New Jersey, with most of us. She found and shared joy in the little things, like lifting logs to find reptiles and bugs or drinking red cabernet wine and making us explore through an abandoned house...

Halloween was her favorite holiday. She was very spiritual and performed fortune or palm readings for all those interested and even some who weren’t so interested. Since she was very into spirits, she promised us she would show us signs after she passed away. People in here have already started to notice peculiar occurrences like animals coming up to them, photos dropping or fire alarms with no fire. If you find any signs don’t be scared, they will only provide reassurance, connection, comfort and love….

She was a naturalist. She once transplanted a milkweed plant from across town, into the yard to bring monarch butterflies home. The plants continue to grow every year now. She loved Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. She’d want us all to take care of our planet. She always yearned for free diving in clear blue waters again. That is where she is at now…. With her mom, her childhood cat, our beloved family hamster named Bubba, and God.

Family and Friends

Many felt she was a second mother. She loved singing at the top of her lungs with us. She once paid someone here in this room, $20 just so they would get the courage to sing in front of everyone at the house. She had funny nicknames for everyone like marcus lucius, , . She wouldn’t let you leave unless you ate because everybody was invited and food was definitely a favorite. From banana muffins, spaghetti bolognese, caprizzi salad, chicken cherry teriyaki, coconut soup with sticky rice, and anything that needed her special touch. She loved everyone of her children’s friends as if they were her own. Her kind and inviting home, made everyone feel like family, always welcomed and complete. She loved being referred to as Mama Trish by everyone.

She adored her children Evan, Derek, and Serena. And her step-children, Christian, Kameron, and Sebastian. She would always say “I would take a bullet for any of you in a second.”

She also loved her husband just as much. I (Kristina) could see it in their eyes. One instance, Mark and momma had a date night at a restaurant. The bartender came over to them and said they couldn’t help but notice how mom just kept smiling at Mark and staring with love. I (Kristina) had the privilege of interviewing her and Mark for a couples therapy class a few months ago, and they both agreed that their biggest victory was having a happy family.


We have to face the fact we are sad because she is not here. But she needed to leave, she is not suffering anymore! She is now at peace and blissful.

She had enough time for us all to prepare and say goodbye. We will breathe out our pain and breathe in love. She is saying now that we must live our lives with even GREATER passion than before because she has shown us how short life can be. We will use her memory to empower us.

Mama would always say, “I love, love.” She demands us to keep dancing with each other! We will confide in each other when needed. She has connected all of us for a reason. We are all one… love, that is how she is still here.

Cherish and embrace every second you have with the people around you and the things that make you happy in life like Mama Trish did. The big picture is she absolutely does not want us to be sad for her. The best thing you can do for her is to make no regrets and open your heart to life.


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