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Obituary for Dominick Bonomo

Dominick Bonomo passed away peacefully on October 19, 2017, two days after entering the Gerstenberg Hospice Center in West Palm Beach, Florida. He was 88 years old.

Dominick is survived by his daughter and son in law, Colleen and Faustino Gonzalez, of West Palm Beach, Fl.; granddaughter, Mia Gonzalez, of West Palm Beach, Fl.; and granddaughter, Danielle Bonomo of Palm Bay, Fl.; and son, Dominick J. Bonomo, of South Brunswick, NJ.
Survived by sister in laws, Mrs. Joseph (Catherine) Carchilla, of Charlotte, North Carolina and Mrs. John (Marie) Carchilla, of Kingston, Pennsylvania; He is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by: his mother, Josephine Carchilla Bonomo, of Luzerne, Pa; His brother, Joseph Carchilla of West Wyoming, Pa. and brother, John Carchilla, of Wilkes Barre, Pa.; sisters and brother in laws; Anna and Michael Corona, of Dunmore, Pa.; Nellie and Ralph Miner, of Trucksville, Pa.; Rose and Dominick Ercolani, of West Pittston, Pa.; and sister, Margaret Carchilla, of West Pittston, Pa.

Dominick was born on August 22, 1929 in Luzerne, Pa. where he grew up in a loving household with his mother and his siblings. He then enlisted in the military and served as a Corporal in the United States Army during WWll, as a tank crew member. Throughout his entire life he spoke of how proud he was to be a Veteran.

Dominick continued his life by moving to New Jersey, where he was married and had two children. He made a lifelong career working for General Motors at Delco Battery in New Brunswick, NJ and resident manager of Donaldson Park Apartments in Highland Park, NJ. When he retired he moved to Florida to spend quality time with his granddaughters, and made Century Village in West Palm Beach his home. He was a great family man and a loving father. He was always willing to offer help to anyone in need. In the last few years he treasured, family time, Sunday dinners, walking the mall or going to Disney, anywhere we went, he went too.
One thing he really enjoyed was socializing with his neighbors and playing cards with the guys at the clubhouse, twice a week. This was living the retirement dream and brought him so much joy.
We will be forever grateful to all the people that crossed paths with Dominick and showed him kindness. There are so many friends and acquaintances, and each and every one of you touched his life and gave him purpose, for that we thank you.

He will be sadly missed but carry on in our hearts forever.

The family extends a heartfelt Thank you to the staff at Trustbridge Hospice, for being there for us during this difficult time.

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