An old-time Basque passes

Posted Wednesday, June 22, 2011, at 8:38 AM
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  • Thank you for such a touching story about a great man! I was disheartened to read this paper and not see ANYTHING posted about his passing or an obituary! He was a kind gentleman who would keep you engaged in his stories and as much as one HAD to get back to work, you really hated to stop him. This county lost a great icon, it's sad to see so little about him written. Good Job, Kelly.

    -- Posted by mtnhomemama on Wed, Jun 22, 2011, at 9:00 AM
  • We hate to see someone like that go. I didn't know him personally, but my sympathies go out to the families.

    -- Posted by KH Gal on Wed, Jun 22, 2011, at 11:41 AM
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    An icon that surely will be missed. People never ran into him that he didn't always speak and have something nice to say to someone. I met him along time ago as he walked up to me and started to chat and I could tell he cared about alot of things especially people. RIP Dominingo, my sympathies to to the family, they lost a great man.

    -- Posted by Eagle_eye on Wed, Jun 22, 2011, at 12:09 PM
  • I was also disappointed not to see anything about Domingo's passing until this article. Domingo never knew a stranger and made every person feel like they were old and dear friends. A truly great hearted and rare man! The world needs more Domingos! I am grateful he touched my life.

    -- Posted by EarthLover on Thu, Jun 23, 2011, at 8:06 AM
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