Dominick Lobas

January 26, 1925 - January 21, 2020
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Dominick Lobas, age 94, of North East, MD, passed away on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. He was born on January 26, 1925 in O’Toole, WV to the late Joseph and Mary (Mele) Lobas. Dominick was a proud United States Army soldier who served during WWll. He was in the first wave of many battles including:Continue Reading

Ginger DeHaven left a message on February 6, 2020:
Dominick was my sweet Uncle, my mother's brother. I was around Dominick when I was a young girl, but not in his later years. My fondest memories of him is what a wonderful person he was his entire life. I wish I had the opportunity to have seen him more during his lifetime, but the distance between us was the reason. Dominick lived in Maryland with his beloved daughter Donna and I live in South Carolina. I know he and his sister, Angeline Elizabeth Lobas DeHaven will have a good time in heaven remembering their times together growing up. REST IN PEACE MY WONDERFUL UNCLE DOMINICK.
Debbie Finucan left a message on January 29, 2020:
Where do I start to tell you how Mr Dominick touched my life, I met him back in June 2019 when I became his home health caregiver. I knew from the start that we would get along great and ended up becoming great friends. I was always in amazement of all the stories that he would tell me about his life, his time spent in the army all his garages that he worked in and the best were about his slot playing and how he had the "Magic Touch" he would crack me up, I just loved his stories and looked forward to going to work just to see him and talk to him, he was the grandfather I never had around me growing up and an extended family I gained with Donna, Dennis and the boys. It never felt like a job. I miss Mr Dominick now and I will never forget him, there's a hole left in my heart now that he's gone. Until we meet again
Philip Casamento left a message on January 28, 2020:
Grand Dad was an amazing man. He was always busy doing something. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Lobas family. I'm so sorry for your loss.

- Philip Casamento & Family.
Ronnie McMillan left a message on January 25, 2020:
Pop was a great influence and certainly a great person to be around. I enjoyed having dinners with him and his family on every occasion he was so happy all the time, especially when he was playing his scratch off tickets or watching the news. I send my condolences to the family. My prayers are with everyone.
Mike Chick left a message on January 23, 2020:
Living next door to Dom when I was a teenager was a privilege. It was like having my own grandfather near by. He was always quick with a smile or quick with a story. Dom always stayed busy and was always willing to share his knowledge. I have thought of him often over the years and I recognize how fortuante I was to know him in those days. I send my condolences to the entire Lobas family. He will surely be missed, by all of us. -Mike Chick
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