Anna M. Nash, 89, homemaker

July 17, 2005

Anna M. Nash, a homemaker and former longtime South Baltimore resident, died of Alzheimer's disease Monday at Arden-on-the-Severn home. She was 89.

She was born Anna Madeline Metzger in Baltimore and was raised on Webster Street in South Baltimore. She was a graduate of St. Mary Star of the Sea Parochial School and had during the 1960s worked for Mangels Herold Co. at its old Key Highway plant where King Syrup was made. She was married for 62 years to Louis Nash, a Coca-Cola Bottling Co. supervisor, who died in 2001.

Since 1993, she had lived in Arden-on-the-Severn, where she enjoyed caring for her home.

Services were Thursday.

Mrs. Nash is survived by a daughter, Geraldine M. Wojciechowski of Crownsville; a brother, Charles Metzger of Toluca Lake, Calif.; a sister, Doris Simms of Orlando, Fla; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

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