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Domenick Joseph Marino

August 29, 1964 ~ February 10, 2024 (age 59) 59 Years Old

Tribute

Domenick Joseph Marino, beloved husband, father, and friend, went to be with his heavenly father on February 10, 2024, at the age of 59. He was born in New Orleans on August 29, 1964, to Dr. Joseph Domenick Marino and Hilda Russell Marino, who predeceased him. He was a graduate of Brother Martin High School and Delgado.

Domenick found his anchor and greatest source of love and support in marriage to his cherished wife, Gennifer Romagosa Marino. Together, they nurtured a family filled with laughter, warmth, and boundless affection. His daughters, Melanie and Amanda, were the light of his life, and he took pride in watching them grow into beautiful young women.

He also leaves behind to cherish his memory his sisters, Mary Poché (Louis), Susan Kane (Bill), Hilda Black (Eric), and Anne Marino; brothers-in-law, Garland Romagosa and Jaime Gonzales; and sisters-in-law, Garnet Romagosa, Julie Romagosa, and Monique Romagosa. Nephews: Eric Poche (Lauren), Darrell Donaldson, Harry Black, and Matthew Gonzales. Nieces: Natalie R. Bass, Caitlin Romagosa, Jillian Pace, Abigail Gonzales, and Madison Romagosa.

His parents, his mother and father-in-law, Garland and Edith Romagosa, and brothers-in-law, David Donaldson and David Romagosa, preceded him in death

He leaves behind a legacy of kindness, generosity, and love. Born with an adventurous spirit, Domenick found solace and joy in life’s simple pleasures. His passion for fishing with his lifelong buddies took him to serene waters, where he found peace and tranquility amidst the ripples.

A true enthusiast of vintage automobiles, Domenick's heart belonged to the classic cars of the 70s. Whether tinkering under the hood or cruising down memory lane, he found immense joy in the beauty and craftsmanship of these timeless machines.

Domenick’s talents extended to cooking and entertaining friends and family. Known for his special trout salad, pizza, crawfish boils, and crispy French fries, it brought him joy to share his skills and make others happy.

As an Eagle Scout, Domenick embodied the values of service, integrity, and compassion, traits that defined his interactions with everyone he met. A true friend to all, his dedication to helping others knew no bounds, and he was a beacon of strength and compassion. Domenick's playful nature and penchant brought laughter and joy to those around him, while his unwavering willingness to help and fix things showcased his servant’s heart. His generosity touched the lives of all who knew him, and his unwavering friendship brought comfort and joy to countless souls.

In his last years, Domenick dedicated his life to the Lord and became a fisher of men.

Domenick leaves behind a legacy of compassion, resilience, and goodwill. Though he may have bid farewell to this world, his spirit will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to have known him.

Rest in peace, Domenick Marino. You will be dearly missed, but your memory will continue to shine brightly in our hearts.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the visitation at Lakeview Christian Center, 5885 Fleur De Lis Drive, New Orleans, on Friday, February 16, 2024, starting at 9:00 AM, followed by services at 11:00 AM.

Reception following service.


Services

Visitation
Friday
February 16, 2024

9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Lakeview Christian Center
5885 Fleur de Lis Drive
New Orleans, LA 70124

Christian Service
Friday
February 16, 2024

11:00 AM
Lakeview Christian Center
5885 Fleur de Lis Drive
New Orleans, LA 70124

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