• "Forever in our hearts, Dominic."
    - Cousin Jeanine
  • "Dear Kulik family, My condolences to you. I am just..."
    - Dessima Williams
  • "Mr., Mrs. Kulik, Alfred, Glen and Regina, With a heavy..."
  • "Dominic was one of the most joyful and loving human beings..."
    - Julie Anne Schwartz
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Kulik, Alfred, Glenn, Regina, Lorraine, Dante..."
    - Alexandra Le Pera
Service Information
Monday, Mar. 28, 2016
11:30 AM
Maryrest Cemetery, (St. Francis Section)
770 Darlington Ave
Mahwah, NJ
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KULIK--Mr. Dominic Careri, 51, died on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 (World Water Day) in Englewood Hospital as a result of an injury that he sustained while surfing in Puerto Rico last week. Natural Burial Services will be held on Monday, March 28 in Maryrest Cemetery, (St. Francis Section) 770 Darlington Avenue, Mahwah, NJ 07430 at 11:30am. Born in Englewood Hospital, Dominic grew up in Fort Lee and moved to Englewood 22 years ago. He graduated from the Horace Mann School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College, majoring in Political Science and the Classics and an M.B.A. from Columbia University- Columbia Business School with a concentration in Finance. Dominic devoted his career to environmental management issues and making this a better world. He was Founding Managing Director of Industrial Ecology Capital Management Global; Founder and Chairman of Natural Systems Utilities, LLC; and Managing Director of Dakai Enterprises, LLC. Dominic served as Director of Bioregen Systems, LLC (2004- 2012), Board Director for Investors Circle (2000-2010), and Board Director for Business for Social Responsibility (1992-1997). He was also Board Trustee for the Horace Mann School and a member of the East Hampton Ocean Rescue, Masters Swim at Columbia University, and Global Clean Water Restoration. Domenico was an avid surfer and lover of nature, humanity and family. He was the beloved husband of Loraine (nee Kayton) Kulik and loving and devoted father of Dante and Nakai Kulik. He is also survived by his parents, Alan D. and Nancy Careri Kulik, his sister, Regina Kulik Scully and brothers, Alfred Kulik, MD and Glenn Kulik.

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Published in The New York Times on Mar. 26, 2016
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