Condolence & Memory Journal

Was so sorry to hear about Dom. My deepest condolences
Bobby Cormier, Fl

Posted by A friend   December 19, 2017

We are sorry to hear of Dom's passing. We always considered him to be a huge part of our family. I can still picture his red pick-up truck parked in our driveway, with the boys all riding in the back, holding on to who knows what! Dom meant so much to our parents, and to all of the Small's. May you all be comforted by the many wonderful memories you have of him.
Steve & Sue Small

Posted by Steven & Susan Small - Gorham, ME   December 14, 2017

Sorry to here about dom's passing.fellow trainer had some good times at track.friend of my dad,also a trainer

Posted by John Rodriguez - Salem, NH   December 13, 2017

I wanted to express condolences for the loss of your father, father-in-law and
grandfather. Domenick loved those roles and was proud of his Family Circle, which he named the street where you lived.
I must share, per my last conversations with him and despite his illness, "Uncle
Dom" continued to have a way of drawing others in a disarming and even charming manner. Via long distance telephone, he made me laugh and per the same conversation said some lovely and poignant things about his wife, Nancy
(and my father).
It reminded me of times when he would come by on Sundays in his truck and he and my Dad would sit hunkered over a bit at the kitchen table, talking low and
earnestly about some important matter, then I would hear Dom loudly expressing, "You would not believe it, Bob!" with boisterous and unabashed laughter following. My Dad loved those visits and my last phone visit was reminiscent of those times.
Domenic was a bigger than life type of person. You all looked after him well in his time of need. May he rest in peace.
Sincerely, Laine (Thistle)

Posted by Laine Keltner - Ormond Beach, FL   December 13, 2017

One of my fondest memories of my Uncle Dom was when he and my aunt received my bouquet at my wedding. They were the couple that was married the longest. His smile was from ear to ear as they danced a solo dance for their commitment together. You are both reunited now. RIP Uncle Dom- you will be missed by all of us.
Love you, Diane

Posted by Diane Leonard - Danvers, MA   December 13, 2017

To the Zanni family...sending our deepest sympathies and much love to you all during this very sad time...I'm so glad we got to spend some time with Dom during Thanksgiving...He was an adored patriarch to his children and grand children and will be greatly missed... he is now at peace with Rich and Michele Bova and boys

Posted by A friend   December 13, 2017


With deepest sympathy, you are in our hearts and thoughts.

Judy and Rick

Posted by Judy and Rick Petelle - Pepperell, MA   December 13, 2017

To the Zanni family:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. We love Dom and always enjoyed the good times we had, he will be missed.

Dick and Lois

Posted by Dick and Lois Bova - S. Yarmouth, MA   December 12, 2017