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Alexander J. Domorski
September 16, 2022
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Alexander Joseph Domorski Jr. passed at his home in Long Branch NJ, Friday September 16th. at the Age of 75. Al was born in Mendham NJ on July 26th 1947 to Alexander J Domorski Sr. and Helen Philbin Domorski.
He is pre-deceased by his wife Maryanne Aimes Domorski, brothers, Thomas Domorski and William Domorski. Alexander is survived by his brother James Domorski Sr., his nieces Suzanne Domorski Barcellos, Elizabeth Domorski, Erin Bree Domorski, Leah C. Domorski, and nephews James Domorski Jr. and Adam Domorski.
Al was raised in Highlands NJ, where he attended Middletown Highschool and then Monmouth College where he graduated with a major in History. Al lived in Rumson NJ and later moved to Long Branch where he resided to date. Al had a career in the Department of Corrections (Division of Parole) where he started his career in Essex County then ultimately served Monmouth County until his retirement after 20 plus years of service.
He was a character, larger than life, with his barrel-chested laughter, his 6’6” stature along with his bright smile. He had a deep passion for his beloved Giants and pets. He was a long-time contributor to the Monmouth County SPCA and the Red Bank Lunch Break programs. Al will be missed by many, his jokes, his smile, his “Alisms” his way of promoting good academics in the neighborhood and all-around distinctive personality.
Al’s wishes were to be cremated. A Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at 10 am at Star of the Sea Church in Long Branch. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Eatontown SPCA and the Redbank Lunch Break program. The family invites you to leave a letter of condolence by selecting the Tribute/Guestbook link above.