Frank N. Domjan

June 9, 1943February 2, 2013
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Frank N. Domjan, 69; beloved husband of Patricia nee Dickerson; loving father of Todd (Irina) and Christopher (Gina); cherished grandfather of Samantha, Gabrielle, Zachary, Alexandra and Ella; adored brother of Laszlo(Louise), Gabriel(Anne), Erika(Ellis)Wisler, the late Andrew and the late Eva. Visitation Wednesday, February 6, from 3-8pm at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 5015 Lincoln Ave.(On Rt. 53,1/2 mile south of Ogden Ave., Rt. 34),Lisle, IL 60532, with Prayer Service Thursday, February 7, at 9:15 am, to proceed to St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Lisle, IL 10:00am Mass. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, Elwood, IL. In lieu of flowers, donations on Frank's behalf would be appreciated to: The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, or The Anti-Cruelty Society, For additional information, call Blake-Lamb Funeral Home at (630) 964-9392.



  • Visitation Wednesday, February 6, 2013
  • Prayer Service Thursday, February 7, 2013
  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 7, 2013


  • Burial

Frank N. Domjan

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David Goldsmith

February 7, 2013

Frank was a good friend, our prays and love goes out to the family.

David & Wanda Goldsmith

Pat Posvic

February 7, 2013

I am glad to have known Frank. Pat, I realize that you have lost a loving and kind husband and Chris and Todd have lost a generous and caring father. May his love live on in memories and bring you all peace.

Bill Eggert

February 7, 2013

My deepest sympathy to the Domjan family. I am so very sad to hear of Franks passing. Frank was such a great guy. He hired me to work at AH Robins when I was fresh out of college. He took a chance on me and I will never forget him for that. Those were the days my friend. What a great run we had. Thank you Frank for all your help and support. I am very fortunate to have know you. God bless you. You will be missed.

Tom Hammond

February 7, 2013

RIP Frank Domjan. What a good man!

So very sorry to his family for your loss.

Rich Rezek

February 6, 2013

I worked with Frank at AH Robins and when I started as a 22 year old rookie in 1983 Frank was there to offer a helping hand. He was a very generous person and shared his knowledge and wisdom freely with all of us in the company. Frank loved life and was always ready to tell a good story. One recurring story Frank would tell was how incredibly proud he was of his sons and he loved to talk about what they were doing in their life.
I considered Frank a friend, a mentor and he will be missed by many prople.
My sincerest sympathies to Pat, Todd, Chris and the remainder of the family.

Rich Rezek ( Mendham, NJ)

Dave Boshea

February 6, 2013

My Prayers and thoughts are with the entire Domjan Family. You all are blessed to have Frank. When I think of Frankie I smile and all is right. I worked and laughed with Frank at Wyeth. Frank always made you feel good about yourself and what you were doing. Always positive, compassionate , honest and had a purpose ! Frank is a class act filled with genuine love for people. I loved listening about his Family, which is everything to him, and his thoughts on things. The other great thing about Frank is that he listed too. I will always remember is smile and real warmth ! We need more great guys like Frank ! God Bless you Frank !

Jeff Taylor

February 6, 2013

I was fortunate to work with Frank at Whitehall-Robins in the late 90's. Frank was a joy to work with. I will always remember his laughter! He was very proud of the accomplishments of his boys and wife. Frank was a great person who really cared about others. My families thoughts and prayers are with the Domjan family. Frank will be missed by all of us.

Gina Domjan

February 6, 2013

I was lucky enough to have known my Father-in-Law for close to 10 years. I wish it could have been longer. Each and every one of those years that went by I saw how much he adored our family. Through all of the stories and gestures that he made, his love always shined through. One thing I will always remember, early on, is sitting on the couch at his home and being very cold in the middle of summer. He saw how I was and immediately got out of his chair, went to the closet, and dug out a blanket for me. He covered me up, patted my head and asked if there was anything else he could get me. I loved him right away! It was easy.
Then once our children were born, the love that was on his face every time they were around was unbelievable! All of the laughter, the talking "gibberish" to express how they made him feel, and the kisses and hugs he would give to them really showed them just how much they meant to him. They will never forget him! Chris and I will make sure of that.....I will never forget him. What a wonderful man I was lucky enough to call my Father-in-Law. My kids truly have another guardian angel looking over them, and for that we are blessed. Rest in peace, you are home....I love you.

Linda Coats

February 6, 2013

I will always remember Frank as a loving, compassionate man with a huge heart and a twinkle in his eye. He made me laugh out loud so many times. I had the privilege of working with Frank at A.H. Robins / Whitehall-Robins in the 90's and can still remember how happy I was to see him every time he came into the office or when we met up for a customer appointment. A true gentleman, always happy to help, a wise mentor, a trusted friend. He will be missed.

Chris Hubbuch

February 5, 2013

I worked with Frank at Wyeth. Even though we are over 30 years apart in age, he would take me to lunch and talk family and sports like we had been friends forever. He is a good man and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to Frank and his family.