Domitito M. Baysic

September 13, 1955November 7, 2012

DOMITITO M. BAYSIC Age 57 of Westampton

On November 7, 2012 a Systems Engineer for BAE Systems of Mt. Laurel, Dom, a graduate of the US Naval Academy in 1977 in the 21st Company. During his Naval career, Dom was a Surface Warfare Officer. Dom lived in New Jersey 25 years and was a member of the Pine Barrens Chorus and the Brothers of Harmony.

Son of Prudente F. & Alegria Baysic of Chula Vista, CA; brother of Ofelia B. & Dennis Jepsen, Fay B. & Phillip Wahle, Faustino M. & Debra Baysic & the late Prudente M. Baysic; uncle of Jacob, Joshua & Joseph Jepsen, Allegria Wahle, Samantha, Prudente & Faustino Baysic; additionally survived by numerous cousins.

Viewing Sunday 3-5 PM in BLAKE-DOYLE FUNERAL HOME, 226 W. Collings Ave., Collingswood. Vigil Prayers 5 PM. Funeral MASS November 17, 2012 in Corpus Christi RC Church, Bonita, CA. Burial with his beloved brother in Glen Abbey Memorial Park, Bonita, CA.

Donations are respectfully suggested to American Heart Assoc., 1 Union St., Suite 301, Robbinsville, NJ 08691.


  • Visitation Sunday, November 11, 2012
  • Funeral Service Sunday, November 11, 2012

Domitito M. Baysic

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Bruce Weiss

November 11, 2013

Dom was a terrific friend and a faithful Academy classmate. We spent many hours together at the Academy working on flag routines in Dahlgren Hall and enjoying time off away from the "Yard." His parents graciously invited me into their home a number of times. His entire family treated me as family, and for that I will be forever grateful. I will miss Dom's infectious joy and enthusiasm. He was a true friend.

July 30, 2013

I loved Dom. He was my Manager at BAE System from 1999-2001. Dom was a class act and extremely great guy to work with. He would always bake these great cakes for our Christmas parties. Dom will be missed.

Robert Cauthenn

July 22, 2013

Dom, having lived with you and your family in the Navy Circle at Camp David, graduating with you at Catoctin High Class of 73. As we seperated paths you going into the Navy, Me the Air Force I seem to have lost touch with you for all these years. For that I am very sorry, and now hearing of your parting it will be hard to understand. You were one of the great ones, peace be with you forever.

Richard Thompson

May 22, 2013

So saddened to hear of Dom's passing. Having been his roommate at the Naval Academy and finding out that my girl and now wife was a classmates of Dom, we always wondered how he was doing. Fair winds and following seas to you Dom and may God comfort your family and friends.

Rich Thompson 77'

Francine Serratore

May 13, 2013

Task Force 100 was sorry to recently learn of the departure of our friend Dom Baysic.
Dom was the founder of same scale RC ship modeling in the US and taught me a lot of ship modeling techniques. He was also a great cook and baker. Rest well my friend. Sincerely Dennis Smith, Jim Wheeler, Kurt Faust & Francine Serratore.


May 8, 2013

I'm very saddened to learn of Dom's passing...he was one of the nicest guys with chivalry in our class of '73-I remember teasing him in band class; Catoctin High School. Sincere condolences to the family at this difficult time. -cindy

May 8, 2013

So sorry to finally hear about Dom. He was in my high school class and chorus. We are planning a HS reunion and he really wanted to come to our last one and I was hoping he could make this one. He was a wonderful person! Vickie Sayler Novak, Catoctin High School, Thurmont, MD

Hanh Schnell

April 15, 2013

So sorry to hear of Dom's passing. He was my first choir director when I moved to the South Jersey area. He had great passion and energy for singing and performing. He will be greatly missed.

Kevin Page

April 15, 2013

Sadly, I just found out about Dom's passing. I served with Dom on the USS RK Turner in the seventies. We had a band aboard, "Hurricane", where I was the drummer. We played all over the Caribbean and Mediterranean. Dom was an Ensign at the time and volunteered to be our "Band Officer", as well as playing horn with us. To his family – Ensign Dom Baysic impressed this young sailor then and set leadership examples for me I still follow today. This world is a lesser place without him.

Michael Reed

March 11, 2013

Dom and I went to the RK Turner together out of Annapolis as grads from '77. He was a great shipmate and buddy and a very giving and caring guy. He put together our 79 cruise book single-handedly and was great with a camera. I'm so sorry for your loss.