Mark Walter DiDomenico

Mark Walter DiDomenico, 65, of Orlando, FL passed into eternal life on Wednesday, February 17, 2021.

Mark was born on December 15, 1955 and graduated from Don Bosco Technical High School in 1973.

He spent most of his career life serving in the United States Navy as a PRC Chief Aircrew Survival Equipmentman. After retiring from the Navy, he was a Records Supervisor with the Orange County Sheriffs Department. Mark also spent many years volunteering on the Flour Bluff Fire Department in Corpus Christi, Texas as well as volunteering on the Davis Corner Rescue Squad in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Mark is survived by son Brian DiDomenico of New Jersey, Daughter, Angela DiDomenico Branson of Texas, son Michael DiDomenico of Texas, granddaughters Adrianna DiDomenico of New Jersey, Deanna Dunman of Florida and grandsons Jase and Christian of Texas.

He is preceded in death by his parents and wife Karen DiDomenico.

Mark enjoyed watching sports, going fishing and listening to music and was loved by many.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Orlando VA Medical Center in memory of Mark DiDomenico.

Due to the ongoing Covid Pandemic, the family will have a private celebration of life gathering at a future date.

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1 Response to Mark Walter DiDomenico

  1. Bobbi Lee Ewing-Rivas says:

    Many prayers for your family. May you find peace and comfort knowing he is no longer in pain. Mark brought so much laughter, knowledge, and friendship to Davis Corner in Virginia Beach. He will be missed, but always remembered.

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