William Holmes Nussle

William Holmes Nussle

September 29, 1946 - January 26, 2012

William Holmes Nussle

September 29, 1946 - January 26, 2012

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William Holmes Nussle, 65, passed away January 26, 2012 in Nashville, TN. “Graphic artist, art teacher, song writer, Vietnam veteran, and a man with a heart of service,” were words used to describe “Bill” Nussle. Born in Philadelphia, PA on September 29, 1946, to the late Joseph and Kathryn Nussle, Bill was a graduate of Peabody College and Marshall University. He served three tours in Vietnam managing the railroad system.Later, he taught art at Nossi College of Art, Benton Hall, and Columbia State Community College. Bill was an active member of Hillwood Presbyterian Church in Nashville. He leaves behind a wife, Anne;a daughter, Megan, both of Franklin, TN; anda sister, Jane Philip Reeves, of Port Orange, FL., as well as many friends and relatives.
The family will receive friends Saturday, January 28th, 2012, at Hillwood Presbyterian Church, 6220 Hickory Valley Road, Nashville, from 1:00-2:30 pm with a memorial service following at 2:30 pm.In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Cancer Society. Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting with arrangements.

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1 responses to William Holmes Nussle

  1. Jodel says:

    Dear grieving family, My wife and I are very sorry for your tremendous loss and would like to express our condolences to the entire family. We cannot imagine the great pain and sorrow you are experiencing during this most difficult time. When we lose someone we love so dearly we are left with a strong desire to see that person again. It’s wonderful to know that God has promised we will see our loved ones who have fallen asleep in death. John chapter 5 verses 28 and 29 gives this wonderful reassurance: “Do not marvel at this because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.” What a marvelous hope! Once again we wish to express our condolences to the family. And although we cannot erase the pain and sorrow you are experiencing, it is our hope that this can give you a small measure of comfort.

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