McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown

20 West Linwood Blvd, Kansas City, MO


Carmen Dominguez

July 16, 1935March 20, 2020

CARMEN DOMINGUEZ Carmen Dominguez, 84 passed March 20, 2020 at 12:12am. A Memoral Mass will be at a later date. Survived by: husband: Robert Dominguez, daughters: Rose Lozano, Alice DelBosque, sons: Robert, Lewis Demetrius and Roderick Dominguez, 11 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Condolences at www.mcgilleymidtownchapel.com


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Jeannie Bernal Anderson

April 1, 2020

Uncle Robert and your Family.
I didn't get to know Tia very well just because life happens but my last memory of her will be the last Bernal reunion picnic. It had been many years since we last seen each other but as time goes by it seemed that time stood still. I too remember some of her stories about my Dad and its kind of funny how we all think we all have all this time in life but so not the case. Treasure your memories of your Mother and be happy she is with God. Life is moments and you are in a pretty rough one right now, good moments and bad moments have one thing in common, they end. Hang in there, you will get through this. Prayers to all.

Susan Bernal

April 1, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to Aunt Carmen's family. May she rest in peace. I remember the first time I met Aunt Carmen and how she warmly accepted me into the family. I took a liking to her instantly and thoroughly enjoyed her company and her quick wit. She didn't mince words when she told you how she saw things. I am a better person for having known her and truly will miss her. All my love to the family. God bless you and keep you, Aunt Carmen, until we meet again.

Patty Bernal

March 31, 2020

Carmen Dominguez Family,

My Tia Carmen was able to share wonderful memories of my dad, Adolph, also her big brother. I learned from my Tia all the kindness he gave her through some difficult periods of her life.

My Tia with her family stories brought a new insight of his life that I never would have known.

I will always miss her. However I know that my prayers for her new life have been answered.

Love all of you,

Carolyn Leon Ryan

March 29, 2020

My condolences to my cousins and Uncle Bob for the loss of Aunt Carmen. Her sense of humor was so much like my mom Cecilia. She was warm, funny and a has a lovely disposition. Aunt Carmen will be missed by all that knew her.

Elizabeth Miller

March 29, 2020

Several years ago, Aunt Carmen asked me to go with her to the American Royal Barbeque Contest to be a judge. I was so surprised and proud to learn that she been judging the contest for a couple of years and admired that she was a certified KCBS judge. I was blessed to have Aunt Carmen introduce me to a new interest at a difficult time in my life. Your loving niece, Elizabeth Leon Miller