Edmund S. NashBaltimore nativeEdmund Strudwick Nash, a...


Edmund S. Nash

Baltimore native

Edmund Strudwick Nash, a Baltimore native and AIDS counselor, died Sunday from complications arising from acquired immune deficiency syndrome at his home in Philadelphia. He was 33.

Descended from Abner Nash, the Revolutionary War governor of North Carolina, he was also a grand-nephew of poet Ogden Nash.

Known as Ted, he attended Calvert and St. Paul's schools and graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1986 with a degree in English and a concentration in women's studies.

Services were set for 3 p.m. today in the chapel of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St., Baltimore, with interment in Green Mount Cemetery.

He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Ann Blackstone TenHoopen and Carl A. TenHoopen of Annapolis; a sister, Patterson Nash Kennedy of Baltimore; a stepbrother; three stepsisters; his companion, Jim Wilcox, and special friend, Margy Wilcox, both of Philadelphia; and two nieces.

Memorial donations may be made to Compassionate Care Hospice, 100 Granite Drive, Suite 200, Media, Pa. 19063.

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