Harold L. Nash

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This article is about the mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut. For Harold Nash, Jr., the football player, see Harold Nash.
Harold Lewis Nash
21st Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut
In office
1931–1933
Preceded by Anson F. Keeler
Succeeded by Charles C. Swartz
Personal details
Born (1892-03-05)March 5, 1892
Norwalk, Connecticut
Died January 1975
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Florence Starr Nash
Children David H. Nash, James Nash, Janet Nash Sametz
Residence Norwalk, Connecticut
Alma mater Stevens Institute of Technology
Occupation engineer

Harold Lewis Nash was a one term Republican mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut[1][2][3] and engineer. He was the son of Lewis H. Nash, founder of Nash Engineering Company and member of the Connecticut House of Representatives.

Preceded by
Anson F. Keeler
Mayor of Norwalk, Connecticut
1931–1933
Succeeded by
Charles C. Swartz