Debra M. Domasky
November 14, 1952 – July 15, 2020
Debbie Domasky of Waynesburg passed away peacefully with her family by her side Wednesday evening July 15, at 67.
She was born in Greensburg, PA on Nov 14, 1952 to late William 'Jack' Parke and Mildred (Comer) McGuigan. She married her best friend, Frank C. Domasky, on Nov 7, 1970.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a large family that truly loved and admired her; their 4 children Kelli & Kevin Krainbucher, Donivan & Stephanie Domasky, Hayli & Trevor Jorgenson, Cory & Sarah Domasky; along with 12 grandchildren.
She was well known in the community for years of volunteer work as one of Jehovah's Witnesses. Despite ongoing treatments, she was regularly seen going 'door to door'. She loved talking about the Bible and giving free Bible studies. It was the Bible's hope of a resurrection to a paradise earth (Revelation 21:3,4) and the loving support from family and friends that gave her the strength needed to endure the long battle with cancer. Her sense of humor and example of godly devotion will be greatly missed.
Memorial service will be given using Zoom; for details please text or call 724-344-9192
Memorial Service Via Zoom
Debra M. Domasky
Silvano and Desiree Bravin
July 27, 2020
Dear Domasky Family
We appreciated so much the beautiful Memorial.
You really reflected the loving, caring and kind sister all knew Debbie to be.
I only met her one time, more than 25 years ago, but never forgot the genuine spiritual sister and atmosphere your warm home created.
We’re so sorry for her suffering and your loss.
Surely it will be a beautiful day when she stands up again.
Silvano & Desiree (Dee Reynolds sister)
Joda and Vonne Anderson
July 26, 2020
So many wonderful memories of our dear Sister, Debbie. For me, it was all of those afternoons that my family and hers spent in the ministry while I was growing up. Debbie's enthusiasm for the truth and her determination to help people learn about Jehovah set a wonderful example that I still benefit from today. I look forward to seeing her again very soon in the new world. Vonne and I will keep all of the family in our prayers.
July 21, 2020
My sincere condolences to Frank and his family, in my heart you are MY family. Debbie has touched so many hearts, mine is one of them. My fondest memories are the times spent with Debbie during my first year of pioneering. We laughed a LOT! She was one of the best examples to make a person LOVE pioneering. When she was talking to people about Jehovah and the Bible she forgot that she was even sick; she was so focused. I was sure she would get sick of spending so much time with me but she never showed it. I will miss her greatly, but so look forward to seeing her again. She was quite a lady!
July 18, 2020
My heart goes out to You Frank and your entire family. Debbie was a very special person, her smile was a beautiful thing. We can be sure to see her again. Rev 21:3-4❤️
July 16, 2020
Debbie was one of the greatest women I have ever known. She was also one of the most godly. She had a beautiful personality. She used to come and visit till she was no longer able but still continued to stay in touch with a text or even a letter. It was a blessing to have known her. She will be greatly missed by me and my girls. Her family is in our thoughts and prayers.
July 16, 2020
So sorry for the family. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.