Constance Mary Nevadomski
July 7, 1932 – February 26, 2018
Constance Mary (Domin) Nevadomski July 7, 1932 – February 26, 2018
Constance “Connie” Mary Nevadomski passed away peacefully at her home while in hospice care on February 26, 2018. She was surrounded by love, warmth and peace. She is survived by five of her eight children: Laura Abate (Frank) [Chicago], Michael Nevadomski (Charlene) [Coral Springs], Stacie Berdan (Mike) [Glastonbury, CT], Matthew Nevadomski [Coral Springs], and Ellen Nevadomski [Margate]; 12 grandchildren who called her “Bopshee” Michael (Melissa), Adam (Laura), Marina, Morgan, Amanda, Drew, Mackenzie, Andrea, Parker, Mason, Connie and Betty; and one great grandson, Gabriel Jacob, who was born to Michael and Melissa one week before she passed and whom she met via FaceTime; and a sister, Clara Victoria McGrath [Hazleton, PA].
She was predeceased by her husband, Andrew John Nevadomski, and three children, Andrew John Nevadomski, Jr., Nadine Nevadomski Dickerson and Amy Kathryn Nevadomski.
Born July 7, 1932, in West Hazleton, PA, she was the youngest daughter of Michael Jacob Domin and Mary Juda Domin, Polish immigrants who came to this country in the early 1900s. Her father was a coal miner, her mother a homemaker determined to help her children have a better life. Connie spoke Polish in the home before she learned English in school. She was the youngest of six children and the first in her family to attend college. She graduated from Immaculata College in 1954 with a degree in Biology and began doing research at Lederle Labs in NY. She married her hometown sweetheart, Andy, on April 14, 1956. His career as a pilot for Delta Airlines took them to Pearl River, NY, Houston, and then South Florida, where they settled in Coral Springs in 1972.
Connie was first and foremost a mother, loving her children and grandchildren immensely and selflessly. She took tremendous pride and joy in providing a comfortable home where the food was always delicious and plentiful; she passed her culinary skills and traditional dishes on to her family. She was an excellent seamstress who made most of her children’s clothes; she was particularly adept at prom dresses and Halloween costumes. She had a beautiful smile and was a sweet and caring woman who was loved by all who met her. Connie loved to travel and explored a good deal of the world, first with her husband, then her children.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday, March 6, at 10 am at St. Andrew Church, 9950 NW 29th Street, Coral Springs. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations in her name be made to Catholic Hospice for Home Health Services Broward.
- Funeral Service Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Constance Mary Nevadomski
March 11, 2018
I met Constance many years ago when attending FAU with Stacie, and with other friends of different nationalities and my family we all spent wonderful evenings together. I always felt welcome in her house. Every time I was in Florida I would visit her and we had long conversations, it was lovely! Constance also came to visit us in Rome with Stacie, Mike and little Connie and Betty. We travelled through Tuscany and Umbria, had a great time and also shared a room in Montepulciano. Last time I was in Florida I visited her with my husband Massimo and my children, Gianmarco and Claudia. She was truly happy to see us. I will always remember her sweet smile and voice, she was very dear to me.
We all send our condolences to her children and their families and to her sister. With love, Eleonora Massimo Gianmarco Claudia
March 10, 2018
We met Connie, aka Bopshee, when she and Stacie and her family spent Thanksgiving with us several years ago. Connie was a lovely, kind and caring woman. We had a wonderful time sharing the holiday with her. My husband Elliott and I send our deepest sympathies to Connie’s children and their families, and her remaining sister, on the loss of their mom, grandmother, great-grandmother and sibling.
Carolyn Tieger and Elliott Brown
March 7, 2018
On behalf of Delta Golden Wings (DGW), a fraternity of retired Delta pilots, deepest sympathies are extended to the family of Connie Nevadomski, widow of our fellow captain Andy Nevadomski. As the wife of a Delta pilot she enjoyed the benefits and suffered the hardships of her husband's profession while raising a family and sharing her joy of life. May she rest in peace.
Jeff Pickett, Secretary, DGW