Otis Nash was born in 1908. He was married to the former
Olga Bosfield. They had two children and they resided in Delancey
Street and attended St. Mary's Anglican Church.
O. Nash was one of Nassau's outstanding teachers. He was employed
by the Board of Education in October 1937 as an assistant teacher
to grade three-B at the Western Senior School. In 1939 he was considered
for the post of Assistant Teacher at the Roker's Point School in
Exuma, but at the last minute Mr. Vivian Bain was transferred instead.
Mr. Nash remained at the Western Senior School where he was later
promoted in the same year to the position of grade two-B teacher.
O. Nash was an enthusiastic sportsman and in 1943 he was placed
in charge of the Empire Day Sports events.
5th July, 1943 Mr. Nash was appointed acting Headmaster of he Eastern
Junior School. Later on 1 June, 1945 he became headmaster of the
Southern Senior School.
Nash died on 19th November, 1951 and was buried the following day.
interest included some community projects, the Elks Lodge, cricket
his contribution to Bahamian education a school was named in his