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Wilbur-Romano Funeral Home

615 Main Street, Warren, RI

OBITUARY

Domenic J. D'Alessio Jr.

August 12, 1948January 29, 2020

Domenic “Mickey” J. D’Alessio, Jr, age 71, of Bristol, passed away Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at St. Luke’s Hospital, New Bedford, MA after a brief illness.

Born in Fall River, MA son of the late Domenic J., Sr. and Sadie (Testa) D’Alessio, he was a life-long resident of Bristol.

Domenic was especially close with his cousins Paul Donato and Pat D’Alessio of Bristol. He also leaves behind his aunts, Theresa Morra of Bristol and Dora Iozzi of Cranston and several cousins.

He is survived by his two canine companions, Lupo & Brody, which he loved and cared for as if they were his children.

A veteran of the United States Army, he served during the Vietnam War from 1966 to 1970 and later earned his GED from the Bristol County Adult School in 1981.

Domenic worked for the RI Veterans Home as a MEO driver for 29 years starting in 1970, retiring in 1999. He also worked at Bristol Fire & Rescue from 1972-1988, was Past Captain Rescue EMT 1, and Driver Engine 1.

He played Bartone in the Royal Lancers Marching Band and also in the Generations Drum & Bugle Marching Band both in Bristol.

Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial on Friday, February 7, 2020 at 11:00 am in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 141 State St, Bristol. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery in East Providence. For tributes, www.wilbur-romano.com

Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, February 7, 2020

Memories

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Paul Donato

February 9, 2020

Mickey,
Know that you are missed by everyone’s heart you touched. Love Paul, Kathy, Katie, Emilie & Snuggles

Jim Vieira

February 2, 2020

I had a lot of fun with Dom at the Hydes. He will always be missed.... a true gentleman

Pat DAlessio

February 2, 2020

Dom was a gentle caring person. I never saw him mad or upset with anyone. He always had a kind word to say. We were close, I would take care of his dogs, Lupo and Brody, whenever needed. I miss him so much. Rest in piece dear cousin. You are in God's care now.

David Foehr

January 31, 2020

Dom, thank you for all the care you gave to our veterans at the RI Veterans Home. Your dedicated service was your way to honor those who defended our freedoms. You have earned this restful peace. LTC David Foehr USAR (ret)

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY