DENTON — (Quinter) Mary Estelle Nash, 89, of Denton, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021. Born on March 23, 1931, she was a daughter to the late Warren and Beatrice Quinter.

Mary attended Seton High school. She worked as a telephone switchboard operator before becoming a full-time Mom and homemaker. Mary had a love for all animals. She especially enjoyed bird watching, including the returning geese to the farm. She was a wonderful cook, enjoyed her house plants and flowers, avid sports fan, Orioles, Ravens and Maryland Terps teams.

Mary was married for 67 years to Charles E. (Ed) Nash Jr. who preceded her in death. She is survived by her children, Charles Ed Nash III, Hillsboro, Maryland; Robin D Nash, Denton, Maryland; and grandson, Charles (Chuck) E. Nash IV, Preston, Maryland.

Loving sister of Beatrice Daywalt, Vivian Wehberg, Alice Ralls, Edwin Preston and the late Warren Quinter, Kenneth Quinter, Stephen Quinter, Florence Quinter and Virginia Clarke.

Her wishes were that her body be donated for research. A Celebration of life will be private at a later time.

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