Domenick J. Flacco

Springvale, Maine

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How much fun we had Grampy

We all love you very much.we think about you every day.we talk about you every day .lots of love from all of us the Yerams,chicks,and your wife ,you will never be forgotten my love

Dom, I miss you more everyday.I always new you would be there. I still can't believe you are gone.Say hi to Mom I hope you are both watching over all of and I will always miss you my dear brother.Rip

"Uncle Flacco" giving Ron and Brian a belly hug.

I can't believe that you are gone. I still remember the good times we had when you were in Minnesota. Especially all the good times fishing, your wedding and your visit a few years ago.
You are a man whose reputation and love has spanned from Maine to Minnesota to California. Across an entire country and beyond - need I say more.
I miss you a great deal, but will see you again.

Tammie and Flacco Family;
We share your pain and great loss. We...

Dom I remember all our days growing up together in Foxboro. We all had some good times together.You will be missed.R.I.P.cousin Love you Betty & Charlie

To the enitire Flacco family I share in your sadness and hold on to many fond memories of happier times. Bye Dom, say Hi to Mike for me when you see him.

Our deepest sympathy to the whole family , our thoughts and prayers are with you all

Rest in peace dom... love jessie

Dom words can not be said enough about you you are my soul you are my everything I miss you so much my life will be so lost with out you you will never before gotten you made me the person I am love you always and forever your love of your life

"It is easier for a father to have children than for children to have a real father" -Pope John XIII- Dom you where a real father, your love had no measure. I promise to tell Emily everyday how much her grampy loved her. I love and miss you so much!


Domenick's Obituaries

Domenick J. Flacco, 64 SPRINGVALE -- Domenick J. Flacco, 64, of Springvale, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012 at the Goodall Hospital in Sanford. He was born in Foxboro, Mass. on Sept. 14, 1948 a son of Joseph and Lorraine (Marland) Flacco. In 1966 he enlisted in the Marines Corp and served...

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