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Kayo Nash

Kayo Nash, 63, of Ladysmith, died on Wednesday, July 26th, at the Marshfield Medical Center.  She is survived by her husband Rick and their 2 children, Kaylee Nash-Hayden of Ladysmith and Jon of Duluth.  3 grandchildren, Keegan, AaLiyah (ah lee ah) and Lucas. 1 brother John Boles of Madison.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Kayo Nash will be held on Saturday, July 29th, at 10 AM at Our Lady of Sorrows Church with Fr. Inna Pothireddy and Deacon Craig Voldberg officiating.  Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery.  The Nash Family will receive friends at the Church on Friday from 4 PM until 9 PM and also on Saturday for an hour prior to service time.

In Lieu of Flowers:  Memorials in the name of Kayo Nash are requested for a Nursing Scholarship to be established.  Nash-Jackan Funeral Home of Ladysmith is assisting with the arrangements.

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