Domenick Esposito, 80, of Vero Beach, FL passed away peacefully September 30, 2019. Born December 24, 1938 in San Vito Sullo Ionio, Calabria, Italy and came to NY aboard the SS Andrea Doria via Ellis Island in 1953.
He was predeceased by former wife of 47 years, Lillian Esposito and parents Vito and Maria Esposito.
Dom leaves behind 5 loving children, Perry (Jean) Esposito, Donna (Terry) Niegel, Lisabeth (Rob) Keith, Domenick (Katherine) Esposito Jr, Caren (Pat) Farrell; 17grandchildren, Kyle, Corey, Sean, Tanner, Amber, Braden, Maria, Laura, Allison, Dom Jr, Spencer, Noah, Nick, Jon, Caitlin, Abigail, Leah; 8 great-grandchildren, Urijah, Isla, Arlo, Lexi, Bradan, Bella, Lucien, Lenka and older sister, Rosa Fabiano.
Dom was adored by friends and will be missed. Well known for strong presence in the bowling world for 50 years. Dom was inducted into the TCUSBC Hall of fame in 2017 for his many senior pro-bowling achievements including 27 perfect 300 scores and 6 over 800 series. Every crack of thunder will forever remind us of the power of the “strike master”.
In the arms of Jesus now rest. We love you.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Contributions in his honor may be made to Hibiscus Children’s Center, www.hibiscuschildrenscenter.org.
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