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Jerry A. Dominguez

April 2, 1946 ~ November 12, 2018 (age 72)
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Jerry Alfred Dominguez did at age 72 November 12th 2018 in Delray Beach Florida after a 17 year battle with heart disease. He was born April 2nd 1946 in Albuquerque New Mexico to Alfred and Lucille Dominguez. He was the 1st child of eight children namely; Gina, Donnie, Robbie, Angela, Danny Michelle And Marvin. Remembering a story from his childhood,  he was locked in the coat closet for being disobedient in elementary school. So he started looking through all the bag lunches and ate all his favorite things from each lunch bag! What a rascal he was. At age 15 he left home for California and  settled there marrying his first wife Lydia Rios . They had two children Sandra and Christine. He worked as a set man at various studios in Hollywood. When his marriage ended in divorce, he continued to live in Los Angeles. He met Nancy Dominguez his second wife in 1979. They were married in October 1988 and had their only child Melissa born May 24th 1993. They moved to New York and lived in Brooklyn until 2006 when they moved to Catasauqua Pennsylvania and then finally moving to Delray Beach in 2014 until the present.

Jerry was a carpenter by trade most of his life where  he built many homes and buildings.  He  opened his own construction company in 1997 named Alpha Omega Chimneys specializing in chimneys and fireplaces. He was an amazing sales man  and loved people.

He was a strong evangelist bringing many to accept Jesus on the streets and parks of New York. He helped lead Victorious Overcomers and with his wife Nancy and led an evangelistic program called Alpha at New Hope Christian Center in Brooklyn ( now known as Gateway). He devoted his life to Christ and helping others . He was a devoted father, husband and friend .

His favorite saying was winners never quit and quitter never win. He was a very bold and courageous man who looked every challenge head on. He truly fought the good fight of faith. He will be greatly missed by his friend and family alike.

He is survived by his wife Nancy , daughters, Melissa, Sandra, Christine and Jamie. His siblings Angela Sedillo, Michelle encinas, Danny Dominguez and Marvin Dominguez. His grandchildren  Iesha Lesperance, Briana Lesperance, Devin Dominguez, Taryn and Zachary Guimont and  Paige Gallagher and great grandchildren Gabriel Lesperance and Daniel Guimont.

The family wishes to thank Vitas Hospice, Manorcare, and Memorial staff for their kindness and efficiency during this time.

The memorial will be held at Glick family funeral Home 3600 North Federal Highway Boca raton Fl 33431.

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