Domenic J. Monfredi was born in Pittsburgh on June 16, 1930 to Gennaro and Assunta Monfredi. He passed away August 28, 2022. He was 92.
He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Vivian, his three children Michael (Cathy), Bob (Karen), Cindy, his grandchildren Donna(Kevin), Christina (Frankie), Nicholas(Allison), Annie(Rob), Megan and Sarah, and his greatgrandchildren Gwen, Richard, David, Colton and Mila. He was one of nine children and is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Domenic Monfredi was a kind and happy person that worked hard and always looked out for his family. He liked to be with his family members whether it was doing home projects or just having Sunday Italian dinners. He helped his dad work as a landscaper many years ago, learning to drive the family work truck at the age of 14. Domenic served his country in the Army in his younger years, spending time in Germany. He drove supply trucks during his enlisted time. Dom grew up on Larimer Avenue in East Liberty, his brothers and sisters called him Sonny. He married Raffelina, most call her Vivian, and eventually moved to Penn Hills where he raised a wonderful family. He worked at Jackson Gear Company in Etna as a machinist for 40 years until his retirement. He took up golf in his retirement, in addition to always tinkering with machines and his home projects. He enjoyed landscaping and liked when there was not a single weed in his yard. Also, Dom was an extraordinary bowler throughout his life, and continued to bowl through his retirement years and still post high averages. He bowled for many years at Rosedale lanes and also Nesbit’s. He was fond of saying, particularly to the young ones, “I’ll bowl you left-handed and still beat ya” – of course he was left-handed. He was a great Dad, Papap, Great-grandpap, uncle, brother, neighbor and friend to us all. Visitation Thursday 2-4 & 6-8 PM. Funeral Mass at Holy Family Parish, St. Joseph Church, Verona PA on Friday at 10 AM