Dominick A. LoGalbo
Date of Passing: October 6th, 2016leave a condolence read condolences
Dominick A. LoGalbo, 64, of New Hartford, passed away Thursday, October 6, 2016 at Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare. He was born February 2, 1952, in Utica, the son of the late Anthony and Marian Arthur LoGalbo and was educated in Utica schools. Dominick, at one time worked at Utica Veal and also helped his parents with their restaurant, L & M Restaurant on Albany Street in Utica. Dominick was a soft spoken, polite, kind and gentle soul. Always respectful of others, he wore a beautiful smile and never had an unkind word for anyone. His daily stops through the Village of New Hartford were the bright spots of his life. He will be missed. He is survived by two sisters, Linda Garcia of New Hartford and Dianne LoGalbo-Stratton of Palm Bay, FL; his nieces and nephews, John and Shonna Garcia of SC, James Garcia of Sherrill, Laura and John Ungaro of SC, Michael and Shanon LoGalbo of FL and Donna and James Salisbury of KY, several great nieces and nephews; and a special aunt, Rita Esposito of Utica. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his sister, Elizabeth "Betty" LoGalbo; and his brother-in-law, Rosario "Jim" Garcia. Dominick's family would truly like to thank the wonderful and caring physicians that he was blessed with, Dr. Ashok Patel, Dr. Ashish Regulagadda, Dr. Rebecca LaValley, Dr. Paula Vecchio and Dr. Steven Sperling and their nurse, Sue. They would also like to thank the kindness of strangers, who became his friends, such as the owner and staff of Daylight Donuts, the staff at Randall's Pharmacy and his fellow neighbors and residents of the Village Point Apartments. Dominick's family will remember his life in a private celebration. In memory of this truly wonderful man, the family wishes you honor him as he would honor others, by saying a kind word, a nod or a gentle smile to someone. Arrangements are with the Bentz Funeral Service, Inc., New Hartford.
Dominick you will be miss by me the most. I have loved you from the age of 16 and when we got married it was the most happiest day of my life.we had 16 happy years.The day we got divorce my heart was broken and i lost the love of my life, But you were in my heart always, and it was 6 months ago we started to talk again and we were thinking about getting back together again. The time we talked on the phone it was like we were together i will always LOVE you.Till we meet again at the gate in heaven
love your x-wife Rita
Rita LoGalbo - Chapman
To Dominick's Family & Friends----My Condolences on the passing of Dominick Logalbo ---Sorry for your Loss---In the Biker Community a Friend you liked, Respected was Loyal & Trusted & loved to talk about Motorcycles was your Brother---When I used to visit Dominick everyday to check on his well being we would start our conversations with "How are you today Brother" & end with "See you later Brother"--We spent time talking about Motorcycles & the Harley Trike he would buy when he hit the Lotto--I spent a lot of time with Dominick going to the local arcades in Palm Bay, Florida & in the Utica New York Area----Dominick had the Knack of walking out with more money than he walked in with---When Dominick would said he was going to the store to get Lotto tickets money would fly out of peoples pockets & we would say here is $2 here & $5 there so pick me up some winners----And it seemed like if Dominic would spend $10 or $15 he would come back & someone would have a $20 or a $30 winner---And this wouldn't happen once in a while---He was picking winners day in & day out----I used to call him "The Lucky One"---But with his passing I realized I was "The Lucky One" for knowing & spending time & talking with him. In closing I say to Dominick---"Ride in peace Brother" You will be missed----Your Brother Danny---
To the LoGalbo family we are so sorry for your lost. He was a great man. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.
The Feisthamel Family
Rest In Peace my friend! Thomas J Saladino.. Brook Apts South Utica , NY
Dominick you sure will be missed by me you will always be in my heart,I have Loved you from the age of 16 and the day we got married on Elvis birthday in 1975 I have Loved you all my life and I will love you always your x wife Rita
Rita LoGalbo Chapman