Past International Secretary Peter Dominziano's Passing : Updates

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Past International Secretary Peter Dominziano's Passing

by Robert Freeman on 06/06/18

It is with the deepest regret I report the passing of a Past International Secretary and long time Blue Knight member Peter Dominziano from Connecticut and Florida XVII. Peter passed after a long battle with non alcoholic related  cirrhosiss of the liver. He had moved with his wife to Texas as he progressed with this disease, to be with his sons family, a military doctor.

 Family making arrangements in Georgetown Texas, and a Blue Knight memorial will be scheduled for later this year by the family, for an internment in Connecticut.

Please keep the Dominziano family in your thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow.

Rory Mac Connell

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