Marley E. Nicholas

Born on August 4, 1998

Departed on March 8, 2017 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Marley E. Nicholas – Age 18, passed away March 8, 2017. She is preceded in death by her grandfather, Jim Davis; uncle, Zachary Nicholas.

She is survived by her parents, Sean (Valerie Rich) Nicholas and Pam (Aaron Carmona) Davis; sister, Addy Nicholas, and brother, Silas Miller; grandparents, Ronald and Janice Nicholas and Camille Davis; uncle, Jayme Davis; and a host of extended family members.

The family will receive friends on Monday, March 13, 2017, from 5:00pm until 7:00pm, at West Harpeth Funeral Home.


7 Comments to Miss Marley E. Nicholas

  1. Mary Freels Church
    March 10, 2017 3:22 pm

    My words are not adequate to express the sorrow I feel for your loss. Marley was an incredible gift to all who knew her. I will always remember her gorgeous smile, infectious laughter, and her incredible spunk. Please accept my deepest condolences for your family’s loss.

  2. Aunt Angie
    March 10, 2017 5:21 pm

    My Sweet Pamela,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your baby girl Marley. Although she was kept from you, just remember she reached out to you when she was able to. Be thankful for that and the time you did get to spend with her and how close you became. That bond that can only be between a mother and daughter, regardless of the situation.

    Think of Marley, then, not as dead, but as living; not as a flower that has withered, but as one that is transplanted, and touched by a Divine hand, is blooming in richer colors and sweeter shades than those of earth.

    • Sean Nicholas
      March 18, 2017 7:19 pm

      No one kept Marley from any of her family. Please do not disgrace her memory by saying negative things. She was a wonderful sweet intelligent amazing young lady and she does not deserve petty comments that hold no truth.

  3. Jennifer Cooper
    March 12, 2017 10:17 am

    In times of loss my mind goes back to Pa McGee and I can hear him singing this old hymn…
    When we see Jesus coming in glory
    When he comes down from his home in the sky
    Then we shall meet him in that bright mansion
    We’ll understand it all by and by
    Farther along we’ll know all about it
    Farther along we’ll understand why
    Cheer up my brother live in the sunshine
    We’ll understand it all by and by

    Prayers for peace and comfort. I love you all very much!

  4. Annette
    March 17, 2017 6:15 am

    My heartfelt sympathy to each of you .  No other pain will ever be greater than the pain of  losing a child. Our heavenly Father knows the difficulities you are facing. Through his Word he helps us to understand why death occurs and what he will in the near future do to rectify the grief that we undergo due to losing our loved ones to this aged-old-enemy (death).

    Romans 5:12
    Isaiah 25:8
    John 5:28,29
    Psalms 37:29

  5. Josh Heyman
    March 8, 2019 11:33 pm

    I remember her eyes. I remember the “queso dates” we had at the mexican restaurant down the street from her house. How sometimes we’d sit there for a short time and talk about everything under the sun, laughing so hard she almost peed. More than that… I remember the times we’d sit there for hours & hours without saying a single word. Sitting across from each other, kicking each others feet or holding hands… Laying down on the bench seats, laughing under the table… Or sitting beside each other, with her head on my shoulder & my arm around hers.

    I remember she had an understanding of the world that nobody else did. She was so aware of everything that falls in the balance of “self”, and more importantly, why. She yearned for the same thing I wish to believe every person does… to be happy. To be able to love, and trust, and feel whole… She wanted to live. Little did she know… To me, she was the most “alive” person around.

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