In Memory

Dominick Amento - Class Of 1966

Deceased Classmate: 1966 Dominick A. Amento
Date Of Birth: February-6-1948
Date Deceased: September-6-2014
Age at Death: 66
Cause of Death:
Classmate City:
Classmate State: FL
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: Yes Navy
Survived By: Brother Anthony Sons Michael and Shelly

Dominick Amento passed away peacefully Saturday morning September 6, 2014 at a young age of 66. Born February 6, 1948 in New Haven, CT. Dominick was a Navy vet that studied at UCLA and was a criminal attorney in Lake Park, FL. He lived life to the fullest and had no regrets. He loved the Beatles, sports, women, parties and his family most of all. He is survived by his brother Anthony, sons Michael and Shelly and 6 grandchildren. He was loved by everyone who new him and he will be missed. There will be a party for the family and close friends Saturday, September 13, 2014, please call (561) 506-4454 for details.



 
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09/11/14 05:11 PM #2    

Robert Weible (1965)

So sad to hear about Dominick. 

He and I had so fun times in baseball and at RBHS.


09/12/14 05:56 AM #3    

Michael Ames (1966)

Dominick and I sat next to each other in Spanish class as we were seated alphabetically. I believe our teacher was Susan Sargent, if I recall correctly and this was in '65 or '66 . Dom and I spent more time wise-cracking with each other than learning Spanish in language lab.

Miss you Dom.

Mike Ames

 


09/12/14 03:55 PM #4    

Elizabeth Aungst (Harting) (1966)

Mike, if we were seated alphabetically in Spanish class, I must have sat near you... Bette Aungst! I'm not sure I remember you or if you remember me but I took Spanish. Think you have the teacher's name right but I wouldn't have remembered it. So sad about Domiick.


09/12/14 09:04 PM #5    

Pamela O'Shields (1966)

Pamela O'Shields ( Zapatka)

Sorry to hear about Dominick, my last memory of Dominick was at the year book

signing party. He had a twinkle in his eye, that gave to the side of being a comedian or

prankster. Alot of fun.


09/13/14 08:17 PM #6    

Michael Ames (1966)

Betty, 

You probably were in my class with Dom but that was soooo many years ago! If you are the same Betty that I am thinking of, you had a nickname that I believe Jeff Barnes gave you. Do you remember it?


09/13/14 08:44 PM #7    

Elizabeth Aungst (Harting) (1966)

I'm probably the same Bette (with an e) that you're thinking of.. I don't remember a nicknme Jeff Barnes had for me  but we had sort of an "interesting" relationship/friendship. If you think of it, let me know. Now you've got me wondering!!!!


09/14/14 12:04 PM #8    

Bradley Bond (1966)

I knew Dom from 5th grade Riviera Beach Elementary. He was our very own little Italian tough guy and we loved him for his style. He sang Karaoke at our sock hops decades before Karaoke existed. Dion was his specialty as I remember.  We shoplifted labels off Brylcream boxes for free bowling at Riviera Lanes.....only once...they caught on. ha    You'll be missed.

 

 


09/14/14 09:39 PM #9    

Diana Alstatt (Street) (1966)

My heart is broken that we have lost Dominick.  My husband and I have the most wonderful memories of our times spent reminiscing with Dominick at all our reunions.  He even spent time with our daughters many years ago when they were still teenagers talking with them about high school and telling my youngest that she looked exactly like me when I was her age.  The girls have very special memories of that time, and they were also saddened to hear of Dominick's passing.  Our reunions are not ever going to be the same without him.   


09/15/14 04:24 PM #10    

Leonard Tufford (1966)

I'm very shocked to hear of Dominick's passing .. I remember speaking with him at our last class reunion . It was a joyful meeting & I was thrilled to see him again & had hoped to see him at our next reunion in the near future .. He will be surely missed by all .. RIP Dominick .


09/16/14 07:36 AM #11    

Darcy Snyder (Patterson) (1966)

I first met Dominick in second grade at Riviera Beach Elementary and continued on through school with him until graduating from RBHS.  He always had a quick smile and was absolutely always the life of the class!  Everyone loved him!  He will be missed!...see you on the other side,Dom.  Keep the angels laughing!


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