Dominick J Diana
June 5, 1933 – November 27, 2018
Dominick Diana, 85, passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 21, 2018 while residing in Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. He was born in 1933 in Bronx, NY. While living in the Bronx he met his wife Agnes, who were married for 58 years. Dominick was a Army Veteran and served in the Korean War. As a young man he worked for Anchor Motor Freight until he moved to Florida in 1979. Dominick and his wife owned and operated Albert’s Pizza in Palm Beach Gardens from 1979 until 1990. During this time he became a staple in the community. He greeted everyone who walked through the doors of Albert’s as if they were family and always had a smile on his face. It was his larger than life personality that made you a regular at Albert’s. No matter what, he took the time to talk and have some laughs with every customer. All who met him adored him. His proudest achievements were his children and grandchildren. He is survived by his sister Josephine of Long Island, NY, children Dominick Diana Jr. and Leslie Ann (Gray) Clark; grandchildren Kevin and Caitlin. In addition to his wife Agnes was preceded in death by his brother Michele Diana. At the request of the family Funeral Services will be held privately.
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Dominick J Diana
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December 5, 2018
Dear Dom and family,
It is with sadness that I write this note to you. It brings back so many memories of your family and the best pizza in town! We often speak of you and your dad fondly remembering his kind ways to our community of NPB. Those memories also include how he raised a son we loved and our children thought the world of as a their baseball coach and friend,
We are happy to report all is well with all the Andres's, life is good and we have been truly blessed.
Dom we hope life if good for you too and we send lots of hugs to you. Your dad was a wonderful person and I am sure he will be rewarded.
Much love and respect to a life well lived and to his family,
Tom, Martha, Kevin, Derrick and Courtney Andres- NPB, Fl