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Joseph Eugene Domaracki

  • On April 7, 2023

Joseph Eugene Domaracki 92, of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania passed away peacefully on April 5, 2023.

Joe was born to Joseph Walter Domaradzki and Julia Jarosz on July 29, 1930 in Leisenring, Pennsylvania.  Joe is survived by Lois, his loving wife of more than 70 years, five children (Joseph, Donna, Diane, Guy, and Greg) 10 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.  The most recent great grandchild born a few hours after his passing.

One of ten children, Joe is also survived by his brothers Francis, Edward and his sister Agnes.

Joe was a proud veteran of the United States Army serving at Camp Gordon, Georgia.  After his honorable discharge, Joe attended Carnegie Tech studying Engineering and had a long and successful career at Mobay Chemical Company.

Over the years, Joe was a devout Catholic and enjoyed tending to his vegetable garden, listening to polka music on the radio, summertime rain, fine cigars, daily servings of Jim Beam ‘on the rocks’, having a lean Reuben sandwich, doing everything with precision and sitting in a rocking chair watching his family on the beach. But mostly, Joe enjoyed being a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.

Private memorial service.

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Jenda Domaracki George
Aunt Lois and dear cousins, I am so sorry for the loss of Uncle Joe. I appreciated how incredibly smart he was and how dedicated he was to his family. My dad (Francis) was always quite fond of his big brother. I hope you keep him alive in your memories always.
Carol Schultz
My Dad, Julian Jarosz, often spoke of visits with his cousin Joe, translating letters from Poland for him. We had the privilege of spending a few hours with him at a wedding. What a charmer. May he rest in peace and may God provide his family with comfort during this difficult time. Carol (Jarosz) and Ken Schultz
Tony Marcucci
Sorry for your loss Tony Marcucci