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Sarah Elizabeth Nash-Fisher, 55, of Columbus, OH, formerly of Huntington, Charles, and Alderson, WV, passed away Thursday, February 18, 2016, at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus following a sudden illness.

Born November 2, 1960, in Charleston, she was the daughter of Slater Clark and Ruby Jane Coiner Nash.

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Sarah Elizabeth Nash-Fisher, 55, of Columbus, OH, formerly of Huntington, Charles, and Alderson, WV, passed away Thursday, February 18, 2016, at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus following a sudden illness.

Born November 2, 1960, in Charleston, she was the daughter of Slater Clark and Ruby Jane Coiner Nash.

Sarah was a 1979 graduate of Charleston High School in Charleston and graduated from Marshall University in Huntington in 1984 with a degree in medical records technology. She worked at HCA River Park Hospital in Huntington through the mid-1990s and Northwest Title in Columbus until 2003. Sarah was very family oriented and loved to spend time with her family. She was a big-hearted person and will always be remembered for having a smile on her face, who never met a stranger, and, above all, loved everyone.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one brother, John Samuel Nash.

Survivors include her companion, Duane Trares of Columbus; one son, Mark William Fisher II of Columbus; two brothers, Slater C. Nash Jr. and wife, Laura, of Columbus and Frank P. Nash and wife, Mary Beth, of Powhatan, VA; three nieces, Rachel Nash of Columbus, Taylor Nash of Columbus, and Corrie Hensley of Huntington; one nephew, David Newton of Powhatan; one aunt, Mary Nash of Berea, KY; and many cousins.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, March 5, 2016, at 11 AM at the Alderson Presbyterian Church in Alderson with the Rev. Roger Persinger officiating. Private interment will be at the Alderson Cemetery in Alderson.

Lobban Funeral Home in Alderson is in charge of arrangements.

Obituary originally published in the March 4, 2016, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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