OBITUARY: World War II Veteran Dominick Demonaco, 101, Passes Away Sept. 13

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served in the U. S. Air Force during World War II

WATCH: World War II veteran Dominick Demonaco of Titusville was recognized by St. Francis Reflections Lifestage Care for his service to our country. He served in the U. S. Air Force during the war and his family was on hand for the celebration. The Friday Night Locker Room’s Steve Wilson was on hand for the ceremony. 

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – World War II Veteran Dominick Demonaco passed away of natural causes on September 13, 2022, at age 101.

Dominick, born July 28, 1921, was the son of Italian-born parents Michael and Catherine Demonaco, and the oldest of five children. Originally from Long Island, New York, Dominick and his family moved to Titusville, Florida, in 1977.

He leaves behind a legacy of 101 years.

Dominick married the love of his life, Josephine, on September 1, 1945. He was the father of four children, including Catherine Johnson of Titusville, Michael Demonaco of Long Island (deceased), Josephine Demonaco of Titusville, and Margaret Pambello of Canaveral Groves.

Dominick was also a grandfather of 13, including John Johnson (Nikki), Dorothy Johnson, Joya Muha (Keith), and Margaret Johnson, Michael Demonaco (Carolyn), Matthew Demonaco, Nicole Demonaco, Keri Lopez (Jose), Eastin DeVerna (Kim), Jordan DeVerna, Jaycie Cobb (Eric), Josh Cobb, and Corey Pambello (Nina).

In addition, Dominick had 14 great-grandchildren, including (Lindsey Woodbury (Nick), Stephanie Lane (Andrew), Ella Wilmerton, Michael Johnson (James), Noah Johnson, Grant Johnson, Alexis Misner, Jade Muha, Josie Lopez, Totti Lopez, and Tayla Lopez, Marlena Pambello, Ariella Demonaco, and Delilah DeVerna.

Dominick was a great-great-grandfather of four (Ethan Calderon, Dominick Woodbury, Chancel Moore, and A’Kashton Moore).

Having survived the leadership of 18 presidents, Dominick most assuredly saw the world change.

He was renowned for so many attributes, including his love for his family, his cooking, his work ethic, and his sense of humor.

Visitation will be held Sunday,
 Sept. 18,  from 
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at North Brevard Funeral Home, located at 
1450 Norwood Avenue in 
Titusville.

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