16 September , 1928 – 25 September , 2019
Dominic Julius Masiello (“Memo”), 91, passed away on Wednesday September 25, 2019 in his hometown of Rochester, NY. Dominic was married for 63 years to Mary Jane, who passed away in 2014. They are survived by their four loving children: Juliette Masiello Kramer (William), Martha Jean Masiello (Gary Smith), Terese Masiello Duskie (Stephen), and Carl Masiello (Eileen). Dominic had six grandchildren: Alex, Christina (Austin), Brian, Stephanie (Richard), Brianna, and Brandon. Dominic will also be remembered as Big Papa to his four great-grandchildren: Richie, Dominic, Stevie, and Adriana. Dominic is survived by his companion Ita Lipari, and many close friends. Dominic grew up and raised his children in Rochester, NY where he owned and operated Dynacrete Corp. in Victor. Dominic and Mary Jane moved to Key West, FL in 1977 and purchased the Marine Motel and renamed it Spanish Gardens Motel. They retired in Boca Raton, FL in 2000. Dominic was a member of the Sons of Italy and Knights of Columbus. Dominic loved red wine, Italian food, and mostly spending time with his adoring family and friends. He will be deeply missed.
- Graveside Service Wednesday, 2 October , 2019
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29 September 2019
Dominic was such a wonderful father and grandfather. He was such warm welcoming man and I will always remember laughing at his casino stories he would tell me. He is in our thoughts and prayers.
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27 September 2019
I remember him and the family from Honeoye Lake Summers. He was a kind gentle soul that I loved to talk to. My late father and him used to talk for. hours. I will always remember the laughter the wonderful family get-togethers that he and his family had. My condolences to the family I will keep him in my prayers.
27 September 2019
My heart is with your wonderful family as you grieve him. As neighbors for many years, “Memo” and wife Mary Jane embraced me and my brothers as if we were part of their family. The sauce was always on the stove every Sunday for any and all who strode in. I was even invited over to Grandmas’( his Mother) house, where a minimum of 15 were always celebrating some family milestone. I never saw a table laden with as many delicacies as there!
Memo lived a treasured life filled with love...his legacy is just that...he will be missed!