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Domenick “Dom” Esposito

December 24, 1938 ~ September 30, 2019

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, 


Perry Esposito

October 3, 2019, 8:30 pm

I love and miss you, Dad. Finally you can have the peace and quiet you always wanted, and you can bowl to your hearts content. Your loving son, Perry

Maureen Breen

October 4, 2019, 2:20 pm

Dear Dominick was our wonderful, thoughtful, helpful neighbor here at the Sanctuary. We have missed him. My sympathy to his family. Maureen Breen

Tom Collelo

October 4, 2019, 3:10 pm


Dom what a GREAT friend you have been. We had a lot of special times together. I will remember everyone of them.
More people should have a friendship what we shared. I will miss you paisan. Rest in piece

Love you,

Amber Ludemann

October 8, 2019, 4:53 pm


You leave this earth with such an imprint no one can duplicate it. My memories of you taking me to pick grapefruit in your backyard to bringing me to the bowling alley to show off your grand-daughters bowling skills to your friends. The way your face lit up the room when your Great-Grandson walked in, I will never forgot. That little boy melted your heart and you have his forever……even if he knew some cash was coming out of your pocket 🙂 That’s just the Grandparent you were. Loving, caring and kind. Happy you are at peace and in no more pain, that was one of the hardest things to see from such a strong male role model in my life.

Love you Grandpa,

Lisabeth Keith

November 12, 2019, 5:34 am

I love and miss you dad. Perry, Donna, Dom, Caren and I all met in Mamaroneck, and we carried out your wishes together as promised, brought flowers to Nane and Nono as promised, and we had a really great time together! Walked the same places we used to when we were kids, I’m sure you were looking down on us smiling. We visited Rose and brought her flowers, she looked great! We also went to The Harrison house and went to Newtown to marvel at all you built. Thanks for being our dad, we love you, your loving daughter Lisabeth

Melody Sabo

December 5, 2019, 2:58 am

My Dear Domenick I will always cherish our time together ❤ our morning coffee ☕together was so special to me,loved the story’s of Italy when you were a young boy.and being my partner in bowling and in life. You always made the best spaghetti and meatballs I’ve ever had. I love you my darling and I will always miss you.

Perry Esposito

September 29, 2020, 1:23 pm

Hi Dad,
One year tomorrow since we lost you. I think of you often and the times we had together; me scoring for you in bowling tournaments at Loyal Inn Bowl, getting my bowling balls from your friends “the pro” there, and us bowling and trying them out, fine tuning. Your advice on bowling and life. Building the Armonk and Newtown houses together always on weekends during the summers. Who even does that??? Fetching water, lunch, the bricktons and SOSO for you. Being treated like a man, when I was a gangly boy with your friends that helped us build the houses Esposito during lunch. You carrying me on tour back to the Drs when I sprained my ankle. Our last Fathers Day together, bowling when I split my finger open. I reflect all the time on those precious memories. I love and miss you Dad, and only wish we had more time together to have made even more memories. Perry

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