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Louis Nicholas Domanico

Louis N. Domanico
Altamont ' Louis N. Domanico passed away at home on February 14, 2022. Son of the late Lewis and Mary Domanico and husband of the late Susan Lee Domanico.

Louis was retired from NYS Dept. of Transportation and was as active member of the Capital District Blacksmiths. A former member and past president of the Guilderland Historical Society, Louis enjoyed creative cooking, woodworking and completing projects on his home. He will be missed by many friends.

Louis is survived by his cousins. At Louis's request, burial was private in Memory Gardens Cemetery beside his beloved wife.




Guestbook

As a member of the Guilderland Historical Society, I worked closely with Lou when he was President, and found him to be warm, cheerful and determined to get things done. I still have numerous emails we exchanged in past years, and his perspective on life in general shines through them all. We will miss him!

Carol Hamblin on behalf of the Guilderland Historical Society Mar 15 2022 8:53 AM

Our friends Lou and Susan will be missed. Always enjoyed spending time with them. Our sympathy to their daughter Davida and other family members

Jim and Karen Heath Miller Mar 12 2022 9:55 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Louis Domanico

Jon Beresford Mar 11 2022 7:07 PM

Lou, as many many people knew, was a sterling individual. He was generous with his time, ready to give a helping hand when needed. He was clever and talented in many areas and was always ready with his dry wry sense of good humor. I never saw him without that twinkle in his eye. A good guy and one who will be missed. He was a blacksmith, not a goldsmith so when he gets to those heavenly gates, he no doubt will typically meet this challenge and jump right to learn a new skill! R.I.P. my friend.

Jack Connell Mar 7 2022 1:24 PM

Lou has been the treasurer of the Capital District Blacksmiths Association since 2001. We are very grateful for his years of work and know he can fix the gates of heaven.

Jim Moran Mar 6 2022 2:36 PM