Domenico Papagni

June 11, 1939May 23, 2013
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Domenico Papagni age 73, May 23, 2013. Loving husband of Judith (nee Hayden) Papagni. Father of George (Susan), Brian (Julie), Ann (Louis) Lucido. Grandfather of Amanda, Dominic, Anthony, Bryan, Lisa and Louis. Brother of Maria (Michele) Corso, Nellina (Antonio) Ascoli, Sante Papagni, Tomasina (Antonio) Argentiero, and James (Jeannette) Hayden. Visitation Friday 2-8pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Rd. Clinton Township, 48038. Rosary 7pm. Funeral Mass Saturday 10am at San Francesco Catholic Church, 22870 S. Nunneley, Clinton Township, 48035. Friends may visit beginning at 9am.



  • Visitation Friday, May 24, 2013
  • Instate Saturday, May 25, 2013
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, May 25, 2013


  • Entombment

Domenico Papagni

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May 28, 2013


I forgot to mention that you were the hardest working man I have ever known and all of the meals you made for us were out of love. Every time I left your house from a visit, you always gave me some veggies from the garden, or cheese our wine, or your homemade bread or whatever else, and we always appreciated it and looked forward to eating it. I love you very much and will miss all of your stories and your smiling face!

I love you dad, Ann

May 28, 2013

Dad -

We all love you and are going to miss you very much! I know you loved us all very much. May you rest in peace.

Love your daughter, Ann , Louis, Lisa, and Louie Lucido

LaToya Nailer

May 24, 2013

Im very sorry for the loss of your father George, I will lift you and your family up in prayer! Stay strong you will get through!

May 24, 2013

My prayers are with you and your family. Linda Becks

Brian Papagni

May 24, 2013

Your sudden and unexpected passing leaves me, Julie, and your grandchildren with very heavy hearts. I hope you knew how much we loved you. Thank you for so much. You taught me to love trust and have faith in God foremost. You taught me the value of hard work and never giving up in the face of adversity. You taught me that giving of yourself and helping others was more important than receiving. We had our differences, sometimes disagreements, sure..but who doesn't? You were very strong in your convictions and beliefs and how things should be. I may not have liked or agreed with you but more times than not you proved yourself right. I love you, I will miss you greatly and you will forever be close to me in my heart. Good-bye Dad.