Lolita
Lolita "Lola" Gloria Nash, 74, passed away on July 31, 2011, in Torrance, California. She was born on Nov. 22, 1936, to Fortunato and Cicelia Sena in San Pedro, CA. Lola was a word processing specialist at Gulfstream Aviation where she retired in 2000. She was a gifted artist, avid reader of books, and a huge Dallas Cowboys fan. She loved life and especially loved her family and friends. Lola will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her loving husband of 42 years, Stanley Nash; brother, Eddie (Diane) Sena; sister Lita (George) Kern; son, Daniel (Linda) Nash; grandson, Daniel (Staci) Nash, Jr.; granddaughters, Crystal (Jose) Espinoza and Danielle (Uly) Nash; nephew, Ricky (Kris) Sena; nieces, Dena (George) Solache, Barbara (Mitch) Weiser, Darla (Dan) LaFranco and Michelle and Melissa Sena; great-grandsons, Shaun, Aaron, Devon, Kane, Carmelo, Caden and Braylen; great-granddaughters, Jaida and Jordyn; and great-grandnieces, Rachel, Renee, Erica, Franki, Rikki and Raven. The memorial service will be held at Rice Mortuary on Saturday, August 6, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. with reception in Rice's Reception Room until 5:00 p.m.

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  1. My friend you will be missed so very much. I can’t imagine my life without you. Rest in peace my wonderful friend. I love you so much. You were a wonderful and loving person. You touched so many lives. You will be missed by all. You’re forever in my heart,

  2. We will miss this wounderful realitive and friend, one who was a great help to us and every one who knew her, The Mack’s

  3. You were part of our lives as a woderful friend and co-worker. Your sincerity and talents are just few of your attributes that we will always remember. Rest in peace my friend. We will miss you.

  4. Stan and Family, Each of us had a very a special lady in our lives. Lola was a beautiful, caring and loving woman. She was beautiful inside and out. Lola made everyone feel very special. We will miss her great smile and soft spoken voice. But, now we each have an angel who will tug at us to let us know that she is still around to embrace us. Thank you Stan and family for sharing this great lady wih my family and I. God bless you. Bob and Virginia Harding

  5. Words can not express the kindness and inner beauty of my friend Lola. I feel blessed to have been a part of her life and I will truly miss her, God speed Lola. My Sincerest sympathy to the family

  6. We truly are blessed to have had Lola as a special friend for over 40 years. Our deepest and sincerest condolences and sympathy to all of her family; she will be so missed by everyone. It began with the North American Aviation/Rockwell golfing group. co-workers Stan Nash, Ken Newstrom, Leon Goettinger & Chet McRae. Then the wives met and they became good friends, and this group friendship flourished. Those special times will always be remembered, and Lola will always hold a special place in our hearts. May all of her family have the strength and courage to endure this great loss.

  7. To the Nash Family: Our deepest condolences to all for your loss. May your memories and love carry you through this painful time. Thank you for sharing Lola with the rest of us. She was a wonderful lady and we are so grateful to have known her.

  8. KEN NEWSTROM PASSED ALONG THIS UNFORTUNATE EVENT – TO US..OF COURSE IT WAS UN-EXPECTED …. WE ARE SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR LOSS STAN AND SEND ALONG OUR PRAYERS FOR LOLITA & YOU..I WILL PASS THIS ALONG TO VELMA MCRAE AS SHE IS STILL WITH US MEL DAVENPORT

  9. Our deepest and sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved Lola. Always so poised,elegant and soft spoken. Her greatest joy and love I remember was spending time with her family; she was a true lady and she will be missed by all.

  10. I had the privilege of meeting and working with Lolita for ten years. As for me and others here at work, we are very saddened by the news and extend our deepest condolences.

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