|Born:||November 21, 1905|
Lincoln County, Georgia
|Died:||August 24, 1972 (aged 66)|
|College||University of Georgia|
|1924-1927||The University of Georgia|
|1928-1932||Green Bay Packers|
|Honors||The Intersectional Board of Coaches All-American Team selected by Tad Jones, Knute Rockne, and Glenn Warner; the Collier's Weekly All-American team selected by Grantland Rice, and the Walter Camp All-American Team - 1927; All Southern Conference Team 1927; All-Pro Green Bay Packers 1932, University of Georgia All-Time Team 1934, State of Georgia Sports Hall of Fame 1972, Washington-Wilkes Sports Hall of Fame, Inaugural Induction 1987|
Tom Nash, Sr. was born in Lincoln County, Georgia and grew up in Washington, Georgia.
He then played professional football in the NFL, first for the Green Bay Packers, including the World Championship teams of 1929, 30, and 31. He was named All Pro while at Green Bay in 1932. He finished his professional career with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
He also played Double A and Triple A baseball.
After completing his professional career, he returned to his hometown of Washington, Georgia, where he was an automobile dealer and later elementary school principal and coach, mentoring many young men in that community. From 1943 to 1945, he was an assistant football coach at the University of Georgia under Coach Wally Butts. He was named to the 1934 University of Georgia All-Time team.  inducted into the state of Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 1972, and the Washington-Wilkes Sports Hall of Fame in its inaugural induction in 1987. His son, Thomas Nash Jr. followed in his father's footsteps and played football as an offensive tackle for the University of Georgia from 1968-1971. "Little Tom" was an Academic All-American and named to the ALL-SEC Team during his time at UGA.