Frances DiDominick

September 24, 2011

Frances DiDominick, 90; of Oswego died at Sunrise Nursing Home, Oswego. Mrs. DiDominick was born in Oswego to the late Vito and Rose (DiMento) Sciortino. She had remained a lifetime resident of Oswego. Mrs. DiDominick was a Licensed Practical Nurse at Oswego Hospital and she was a communicant of St. Mary’s Church, Oswego. She was pre-deceased by her husband John DiDominick in 2005 and her son James DiDominick in 2002. Mrs. DiDominick is survived by her children Victor DiDominick of Elmira, NY, Rosemary DiDominick of CA and Anne Marie Rebeor of Fulton, her sister Sarah Canale of Oswego, 3 grandchildren: Troy Stevens, Katy Lumb, Kristyn DiDominick, great granddaughter Callie Lumb and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held 10:30 AM Tuesday in the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home 147 W. 4th St. Oswego and 11:00 am at St. Mary’s Church, Oswego where a mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Hogan. Burial will be held in All Saints Mausoleum, St. Peter’s Cemetery, Oswego. Calling hours will be held 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Tuesday in the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 441 W. Kirkpatrick St. Syracuse, NY 13204.


6 thoughts on “Frances DiDominick

  1. I remember your mom as such a sweet lady, while growing up on So Division Street. Jimmy and I even had a club that we let Victor join too! Rosemary and Anne Marie were their cute little sisters. My heart goes out to you on the loss of your mom. Lots of good memories of your family from a So. Division Street neighbor! Moinca (Van Wie) Waters

  2. Vic and DiDomink Family…..sorry to hear of the passing of your mother.
    God grant her peace

  3. To the DiDominick family. I was so sorry to read of the loss of your mom.

    Fran and my daughter’s used to have some great conversations at the nursing home. When ever we went to see my mother, we would also visit with yours. She was always telling me my daughters were “Bella”. We would get her laughing, she was a sweet woman.

    I also saw both of your parents out to Rudy’s one day, some time back and had a wonderful conversation with both of them. We talked for over an hour, your parents didn’t want me to leave, they were enjoying reminiscing so much, so I was more then happy to stay and talk with them.

    We sure did have some great times growing up and of course your family will always be in my fondest memories.

    God bless you all and guide you through this difficult time.

  4. Dear Anne and family,

    Sorry to read of the passing of your mother. I have so many, many happy memories of your family from when I was a kid. I can’t say how much it meant to me in those year to be included in many of the activities you did as a family. It’s something I will never forget. Again, sorry for your loss.


  5. Vic,
    So sorry to hear about your mother. Somehow your name popped into my head so I googled your name and came upon the posting on the funeral home website. I hope your doing well and see that your have children that I’m sure you are very proud of. Take care and once again my condolences with the passing of your mother.

  6. MaryTracy, call me if you would like help. Praise God for His ffslhautneis in glorifying His name through these past days. I know you will continue to receive His grace, strength and blessings because that is what our God does. He is awesome. I continue to uplift you and your family in prayer.

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