Rev. Clyde D. Nuckols, Sr.
Sep 10, 1931 – Jun 23, 2014
ev. Clyde D. Nuckols, Sr., of Louisa, passed Monday, June 23 at his residence. He was the son of the late Wesley and Frances Nuckols and is predeceased by his wife Catherine. Clyde was a devoted family man, active in Civil Rights Movement, avid outdoors man, touched the lives of hundreds, serving United Methodist Church for 44 years as Pastor in Holly Spring, GA, Baltimore, MD, Stoney Creek, Riverton, Louisa, Strasburg, Poquoson, McLean, Colonial Heights, Chesterfield, Suffolk, Charlottesville, and Fluvanna, VA. He established a ministry for the deaf and was passionate about youth in the church.He is survived by son, Chuck Nuckols (Jaime); daughters, Susie Bickley (Cecil) of Louisa, VA,and Mary White (Rock) of Glen Allen, VA; grandchildren, Jesse and Claire Bickley, Ted and Ashley White and a beloved pet “Bob”.A funeral service will be held 2:00 P.M. on Friday, June 27, 2014 at Macedonia United Methodist Church, Louisa, VA with interment in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8pm on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at Woodward Funeral Home.In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to, Alzheimer’s Association, Central & Western Virginia Chapter, 1160 Pepsi Place, Suite 306, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901.
As cousins, Clyde and I grew up together. I had not seen him in many years, but we did keep in touch. My prayer and sympathy go out to his family.
Condolences to the family. Clyde was compassionate and passionate. He was my Pastor and my friend. We thoroughly enjoyed our time with him, Cathy, and Chuck while they were with us here at Magnolia. God bless you all.
I worked with Clyde for 5 years at Aldersgate UMC in Louisa. While he was pastor at Aldersgate, he meant a lot to our family. When I was shopping in Louisa, I would run into him and we would chat. Thoughts and prayers to Chuck, Susie and Mary and their families. God bless!
Thoughts and prayers to the family. Clyde was a great friend as well as a great man and minister. My family and I feel very blessed to have had the honor of knowing him. He baptized my son while he was at Highland Methodist Church in Colonial Heights and we were blessed that he could return there to marry him. Clyde will be missed by many.Blessings to all.Dorothy CrowderCarol JohnsonLee and Rebecca Johnson
To all the members of Clyde I have lost a dear friend I wish I had known of Cl yde passing and I would Have been there,I talked to him one day last week and hehasked me to pray fo,r him which I did every nite,Chuck keep in touch. Love t All Jack
Chuck, Susie, Mary & grandchildren:We at Shore extend our warmest heartfelt condolences to your family during this difficult time. It was such an honor to have known Mr. Nuckols; a man of strength, great stature and integrity. We will miss him.Seek the Lord and His strength; seek His presence continually!Remember His marvelous works that He has done, His miracles and the judgments of His mouth. ~1 Chronicles 16:11-12