Donna Lisha “Dino” Nash, of Lake Limestone, passed away at home on Tuesday, May 27, 2014, following the battle she had fought with cancer the past six months. She was 53. THE FAMILY WILL HOLD A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR ALL FAMILY AND FRIENDS ON SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2014, STARTING AT 12:00 NOON, AT THE VFW (HWY. 14), MEXIA. Donna was born June 23, 1960 to Horace Porter Terry and Barbara Lee (Hill) Terry in Jacksonville. She grew up in the Holiday Hills community and attended school in Jacksonville. She had lived most of her adult life near Mexia and Groesbeck, and had lived at Lake Limestone the past ten years. During that time, she had worked as a cook at the old “Old Union” store and the new “Lake Limestone” convenience store,where she had many friends and customers who appreciated here cooking. Dino was a strong woman who had worked hard. When not working, Dino loved motorcycles and had been a member of the News Motorcycle Club (of Mexia) and participated in Toys for Tots and other benefits. She had missed riding after an accident a few years ago. She loved her dog, Baby Girl, and also cats, and enjoyed watching birds, and kept bird feeders for them. She enjoyed the group of friends she played Bunko with; and most of all she enjoyed time spent with family and friends. She was always there to help out at anytime. Dino especially loved being a grandmother and was looking forward to the newest grandchild to be born soon. Dino was preceded in death by her father. She is survived by her mother, Barbara Wardlow of Houston; brother, John Wardlow of Houston; and sister, Sharon Rios of Houston. She also leaves behind her five children and their spouses: Robert Stahl and fiancé Sandra Mollan of Groesbeck, Rodney and Sharifah Stahl of Thornton, Rebecca and William Maxfield of Lake Jackson; Daniel and Susan Nash of Jacksonville, and Christopher and Marta Nash of Killeen, and ten grandchildren as well as the newest one due any day.