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Friday, August 8, 2014

Gerald Nash was one of the region’s visionaries

Telegraph Editorial

Speaking of tireless community workers, dozens of people gathered Sunday to celebrate the life of Gerald Nash, a business mogul and community booster who left an indelible mark on Nashua.

He was among a core group of developers who laid out a vision for Nashua that allowed the city to diversify and recover from an industrial decline. It’s safe to say that the area would look vastly different had he not left his imprint. ...

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Speaking of tireless community workers, dozens of people gathered Sunday to celebrate the life of Gerald Nash, a business mogul and community booster who left an indelible mark on Nashua.

He was among a core group of developers who laid out a vision for Nashua that allowed the city to diversify and recover from an industrial decline. It’s safe to say that the area would look vastly different had he not left his imprint.

Nash and Sam Tamposi developed hundreds of industrial and commercial properties, including facilities for Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, Raytheon, Sylvania, Honeywell and Fidelity.

Mayor Donnalee Lozeau said it best, “I consider him the founding father of keeping Nashua strong, you know? He was one of a group of people that, we’d all be blessed to have more like him every generation.”