Charles A. Domicello

Charles A. Domicello

September 13, 2018

Irondequoit, New York

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With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Charles A. Domicello (Irondequoit, New York), who passed away on September 13, 2018. Family and friends are welcome to send flowers or leave their condolences on this memorial page and share them with the family. He was predeceased by : his wife Sandra; his sister Sally Messmer; his sister-in-law Diane Domicello.

He is survived by : his mother Bessie Domicello; his children, Charles Domicello, Michael Domicello (Christine), Joey Domicello (Noah Zielke) and Bessie Domicello (Lamont Massa); his grandchildren, Gabriella Fico (Ronnie Bohrer), Andrea, Matteo, Sandra Lee, Natalia and Nico; his siblings, Sam Domicello and Ann Castronova; his brother-in-law William Messmer. He is also survived by nieces and nephews. Donations may be made to Vietnam Veterans of America, 1199 East Main St., Rochester, NY 14609 in his memory.


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Sep 17

4:00 PM


Harris Funeral Home
570 Kings Hwy S, Rochester, NY


Sep 18

9:30 AM

Funeral service

St. Cecilia Church
2732 Culver Rd # 1, Rochester, NY


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