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Domenick Lioce - Class Of 1968 VIEW PROFILE

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing away of Nick Lioce, 65, of Palm Beach Gardens. He was born February 13, 1951 and passed away March 10, 2016 from complications following heart surgery. Originally from New Jersey, his family moved to Riviera Beach in the 1950's. His father Dominick, worked at Pratt & Whitney while his mother Evelyn raised him and his sister Laraine and brother David. He graduated from Riviera Beach High School and went on to attend Florida State University, where he earned a Bachelor's and Master's of Accountancy. He then graduated from Florida State University College of Law in 1979. He loved FSU and was an active alumni. Nick was a partner at Nason, Yeager, Gerson, White, and Lioce in Palm Beach Gardens, specializing in tax law. He was Past President of The Palm Beach Tax institute, Chairman of The Tax Section of The Florida Bar, Past President of The American Association of Attorney- CPA'S and a member of the Board of Directors of The Florida Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company. He was past chairman of The Forum Club of the Palm Beaches and was an author/speaker on numerous tax topics. Nick's great passion was music, and he spent much of his free time as the lead singer of the eponymous Nick-O-Rockwa and Contra Band. With a songbook featuring classic rock and R&B hits, they played many venues across Palm Beach County. Despite an ever changing lineup, Nick remained a constant during the band's 30 year run. Nick is survived by his wife Pamela Cherry Lioce, his son Michael Lioce, wife Ash Lioce, grandson Domenick, granddaughter Leeta, his daughter Christina Loice Cramer, husband Chris Cramer and his sister Laraine Cleek, husband John Cleek. Nick was loved by many people and will be deeply missed. The viewing will be held at Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Home, 754 U.S. Highway 1, North Palm Beach on Wednesday from 4:00PM to 7:00PM. The Funeral Service will be held at St. Ignatius Loyola, 9999 N Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens on Thursday at 2:00PM. Remembrance may be made to or flowers sent to Howard-Quattlebaum Funeral Home in North Palm Beach. He is missed terribly.
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Published in The Palm Beach Post from Mar. 15 to Mar. 18, 2016 - See more at: - sthash.zn4nsDdF.dpuf

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