On June 29, 1930, the union of Clarence and Mamie Street Nash were blessed with their first son in which they named Pompey Clarence Nash. Pompey lived his formative years with his parents at the home of his paternal grandparents Jessie and MaryJackson Nash.
He attended the High Rock Church school and graduated in 1948 from the R.R. Moton High School where he met his soon to be bride, Rosetta Randle. During his high school years, he was a stellar athlete in football wearing #14 while pla
For 44 years, he worked at Bassett Furniture with his final position upon retirement as a Supervisor. Pompey and his loving wife built their retirement home and moved back to Rice to live out their retirement. There he enjoyed hunting, fishing,and gardening.