Domenico (Dominick) Antonio Migneco

Domenico (Dominick) Antonio Migneco
Domenico (Dominick) Antonio Migneco

May 10, 2021

Domenico (Dominick) Antonio Migneco, 97, of Lake Waccamaw, NC passed away on Monday, May 10, 2021.

He is preceded in death by his faithful and caring wife, Anne-Lise Hansen Migneco; brothers Frank and wife Mary Rose Atwater, John and wife Ann Lorham, Vincent (Jim) and wife Nettie Bass, Marcello (Tom), Jeremiah (Jerry), Emmanuel, Carmelo, and Frank I; sisters Josephine (Jo) Garbarini and husband Alfred, Angelina Matz and husband Louis, Maria Ciocola (Mary) and husband Michael, Carmela (Millie Migneco, and Antoinette Migneco; nieces Susan (Susie) Marion, Frances Migneco; dear friends Irving Siminoff, Henry (Hank) Orenstein 100th D, Sica

100th ID, Klein 100th ID; Penoff 78th ID, and his Band of Fallen Brothers of the 100th Infantry Division 398th I Company WWII. He is survived by his son, Vincent James (Jim) Migneco of New Haven, CT; daughters Noel M. Purdy and husband Chris of Charlottesville, VA, and Nina Migneco Koster and husband Ron of Lake Waccamaw; grandson Jeremiah Tolley and wife Marianne of Barboursville, VA; great grandchildren Boone and Mia Tolley; nieces Patricia (Tish) Migneco-Rhoat of Wakefield, RI; Marie Barry and husband Tom of Brick, NJ; Elizabeth (Liz) Migneco Varga and husband Dusty of Cranford, NJ; Laura Migneco-Frentzco and husband Brian of St. Augustine, FL; Linda Friedman and husband Michael of Sunrise, FL; Mariann J. Migneco of Sugarloaf, PA; nephews Frank A. Migneco and wife Linda Goldin of Scranton, PA; John Migneco and wife Deborah Ventz of Kure Beach; Joe Migneco of Wesley Chapel, FL; Ronald A. Garbarini II of Port Charlotte, FL; Leonard E. Matz of Ocala, FL, and numerous great nieces and nephews.

Domenico will be remembered as patient, good-humored, inquisitive, intelligent, kind, and considerate.

The family will hold a private ceremony where Domenico’s ashes will be interred locally in Wilmington. He had a special affection for all animals, especially cats (Alley Cats) and the children of St. Jude’s Research Hospital. Donations may be made to one of these organizations or any charity of choice in his memory.

Arrangements are in the care of Coastal Cremations, Wilmington

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