Donald D. Nines

February 16, 1952November 19, 2020

Donald D. Nines, 68, passed away on Thursday, November 19, 2020 with his wife and sons at his bedside in Tidewell Hospice.

Don was born February 16, 1952 in Kenton, Ohio to Harold K. Nines and Mary Hindall Nines. He married Melanie K. Harper on December 23, 1988 in Clayton, North Carolina. She survives in Port Charlotte, Florida.

Also surviving are his identical twin brother Ronald G. Nines (Deborah) of Columbus: two sons-Ryan M. Nines (Cecilia) of Rancho Cordova, California , Shane C. Nines of Houston Texas and a daughter of his heart Jacki C. Henson (Lyndon) of Yadkinville, North Carolina: two grandchildren-Nicholas Nines of California and Elin Nines of Texas.

Preceded in death by several family members.

He was retired from Alcatel (1972-2002) as an Engineering Technician and Honda of America (2003-2018) Don graduated Kenton Senior High School in 1970 where he played football for Kenton Wildcats. He was a member of The Kings Highway Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in North Port, Florida. Memorials can be made to the above Kingdom Hall 1261 Rutledge St. North Port, Florida, 34288.

Services for Donald Dean Nines will be held as a virtual funeral via “Zoom” by William Kane. Cremation through Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Home.


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Miles & Susan Armentrout

December 3, 2020

We are very sorry for your tremendous loss. Don was a special person we all loved. We pray that your memories will help you find comfort and peace in the days ahead.

Miles & Susan Armentrout and Family
Betty Kahler

Kathy Lishawa

December 2, 2020

With deepest sympathy and prayers to the entire Nines family.

Kathy and Greg

Dave Sanderson

December 2, 2020

Rest in Peace Don

Dave Sanderson

Vicki Taylor

November 30, 2020

Missing you now-Loving You Always
Words can not express how much you will be missed. As promised I will take good care of our sons and Jacki.. We will watch over Melanie and as our tears flow we will live with the memories.
Until we meet again-Paradise is around the corner. As Always... Vicki