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In Loving Memory

Gomez, Domingo A.

Gomez, Domingo A. Thursday January 25, 2024. Beloved husband of Rosemary Gomez (nee Broeckelmann). Dear father of Henry (Adriane) Campbell-Gomez, Fred Gomez, Arthur F. Gomez, Martha D. (Rene) Gutierrez and Gina (Mike) Macias. Dear step-father of Eleyne (Nick) Sharp, Diana (Bill) Covington, Christopher (Kathy) Mest and Cheryl Hadley. Dear brother of Richard (Olga) Gomez and Sabina DeLeon. Our dear grandfather, great grandfather, brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, Godfather and friend.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Member of the Moolah Shriners, Alzafar Shriners (San Antonio, Tx.), Kena Temple (Fairfax, Va.), Freedom Masonic Lodge (St. Louis, Mo.), Nat M. Washer Masonic Lodge (San Antonio, Tx.), Eastern Star (Virginia), American Legion (St. Louis, Mo.) and the Scottish Rite. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Shriners in St. Louis, appreciated. Kutis South County service.


6 thoughts on “Gomez, Domingo A.”

  1. Domingo is a shining light who will never be forgotten. I felt he was my shaman, because his great spirit filled every story he shared. I saw his example of great love and spirit when he spoke. He will be missed.

  2. My father was larger than life. I know he made dear and beloved friends in every corner of the globe and wherever he and Rosemary traveled. He was always learning and conceiving new inventions. A constant tinkerer which is evident if you see his workspace. Pops, I’m really gonna miss you Mi Viejo! I am so at peace that I was at your bedside and held your hand! I love you Pops!

  3. A great grandpa, would support me, a good grandparent figure to have in my life. We always had a fun time reading your letters, and seeing what you sent in the mail. Very funny and friendly person. I had never been closer to any other grandparents, but I was glad you were there I’m so sorry I couldn’t call you more , hope you rest in peace. Love you grandpa!!

  4. My grandpa was always so spirited and cared deeply for his family. I appreciated his compassionate manner and his hearing his thoughtful words. He will forever hold a special place in my heart as I know he is resting peacefully. I love you grandpa!

  5. Grandpa,
    I think of you and see you in your handwritten letters, with the side notes and magazine clippings. I hear your chuckle in between your sentences. I’ll miss how you always had a story to tell for almost any given subject, your facts and advice stay tucked in your letters and my heart.
    Till we meet again in the next one, love and miss you grandpa Domingo. 🖤 -Vanessa Lynn


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