- 75 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 29, 1935
- Date of passing: Feb 13, 2011
|Loving Husband, Father, Papa and Friend. Let the memory of Dominick be with us forever|
Dominick “Dom” Faraca a resident of Crooked River Ranch in Terrebonne, OR passed away in the early hours of February 13, 2011. Born on June 29th, 1935 in Spokane, WA, he was the only child of Pasquale (Pat) and Loretta Faraca. He is survived by his loving wife of 21 years Kaye and his children: (Son) Kyle Faraca of Spokane, WA (Grandchildren) Nikki Faulkner, Jamie Faraca, Brooklyn Faraca. (Great-grandchildren) Haylie Lawler, Hayden Lawler, Kayven Thorton. (Daughter) Kim Colton and her husband Jim of Lake Oswego, OR, (Granddaughter) Nicole and husband Tyler Wynn, (Great-grandchildren) Dylan and Madyson Wynn. (Son) Kevin Faraca and his wife Sandra of Vancouver, WA (Grandchildren) Dominick and Jessica Faraca (Son) Kraig Faraca and his wife Deidre of Oregon City, OR (Grandson) Jacob Faraca. (Daughter) Tracy Faraca of Portland, OR (Granddaughter) Isabella Hudson. (Step-Son) Rick Good and his wife Carol of Redmond OR, (Grandchildren) Natalie and husband Jason Haderlie, Jordan, and Kayla Good. (Favorite Son) Wopper the dog.
"There is nothing so terrible and empty as losing your father. I have done this myself. Dom was so loved by his family, especially Kim. He shared so many fabulous moments with her and her family. We have met him numerous times and have always regarded him as a true gentlemen and the first one to say "party on": Our love to all. My heart breaks at your loss....I too feel it everyday."
"One year ago! I lost my Father. I loved him more than any one can know. I have his pictures and every morning I tell him how much I love him and how I miss him. I feel him with me all the time but the void in my life and my hart will never be full again. I will neverr have the daily phone calls that I wait for every day. I LOVE and MISS him more than words can say! Daddy I Miss You!!!"
"One year ago today my papa left, I think of you all the time. I love and miss you!!"
"Dom's passing has left a hole in my heart that will NEVER be filled. He was absolutely unique and I miss him more than I can adequately ever say. Damn. Damn. Damn."
"I have a lifetime of memorie's with my "Papa"....Most recently my son Dylan played football this last season and after every game he had to call Papa and tell about every great thing that happened and I know that he just loved hearing the play by play of the game. I think about you everyday Papa and I will miss you more than I can say. Love Nicole"
"As neighbors with kids all near the same age we dominated Hillwood Ave. The Friday night revolving dinners, the hilarious evenings sitting in the front row watching the "Partners" perform. The troubadors and Dom had a history of running into each other over the years so when Dom was spotted the group would shout out F-A-R-A-C-A. Larger than life always fun to be around. Bob and Susan Ellis"
"I have too many incredible memories of Donny (my special cugino) to mention here, but this wonderful tribute you have given him is a gift to us all. You nailed your dad to a “t”… the wonderful character we loved dearly! Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Kaye and you beautiful kids – the pride and joy of Donny’s life. With much love, Bette Lyn, Ty and Tom"
"Goodby Cous,I'm so sorry over these years we've not had much visiting time together, especially looked forward to seeing you and meeting Kaye. Go with God. My prayers and thoughts are with Kaye and this beautiful family he left behind,his spirit and wonderful personality and love will always be with you all. We keep you all in our prayers. With Love from his cuchina JoAnn & George Ward"
"We have known Dom for several years as we are great friends of Kim and Jim. Whenever he was in town, we got together and always had such a great time. He really enjoyed our dinners at Benihana! That guy knew how to party and loved his family and friends to the utmost. Molly and John Shoaf"
"Whenever Dom came into the Pharmacy he always had a smile on his face and by the time he left we were all smiling. He will greatly missed along with his funny comments. May he forever play golf were he is now"
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