Cosmo Forever In Spirit

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  • 74 years old
  • Born on November 26, 1944 in Bianchi, Italy.
  • Passed away on January 12, 2019 in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cosmo Dominelli , born on November 26, 1944 and passed away peacefully with family by his side, on January 12, 2019. 

After cremation, his ashes will lay to rest in the Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery. We will remember him forever.

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Posted by Vittoria Dominelli on March 13, 2019
My. Dear. Brother cosm. Your. Will  Be missed. Be us all,,my. Heard. That your wer here I know we’ll meet again in anather life  Love you. Sister vittoria
Posted by Maria Sundquist on January 24, 2019
My dear brother Cosmo, you will be missed by us all.
Brothers never die they live on in our hearts forever.
"We shared so much happiness In times of yesterday,
  And to say how much I miss you I could never find away.
I wish with all my heart
  That you were here with me,
And we could share the laughter
  That there always used to be.
I know we'll meet again In another life elsewhere,
  And those very special times
We once again will share."
Love always your sister Maria, Henry and family.
Posted by Pierre Andre Krogh on January 23, 2019
Dearest Susan, dear Lisa & Anna,
Our deepest condolences to you Susan and you two sisters for the loss of a dearly beloved husband and father.
To Edith & me we're grieving the loss of a true friend....a guy we have known for 20 years and whose company we have always enjoyed.
I, Pierre, still recall how Cosmo and I bonded from the very first moment we met on a weekend excursion to Victoria. While you, Susan, and your then homestay student Beate went window shopping, Cosmo and I went to a pub and had a beer. After a few minutes I knew all worth knowing about his Italian family....and he about mine of course. We also found out that the two of us loved to talk politics. Throughout the past two decades Cosmo and I have been talking about the world situation over and over again. And we pretty much agreed that he & I should have been world leaders instead of Obama, Putin and Trudeau.
The friendship the four of us have had...Susan & Cosmo, Edith & me... developed into a true, sincere, and dear relationship that only mostly families have, and I believe that this special, very personal friendship is/was cherished by all four of us.
We know how much of a family man Cosmo was and that he loved his daughters and four grandchildren dearly. He'll be missed from here to the moon and back I'm sure.
Edith & I shall miss him terribly!
Take care, support each other in your grief. Cosmo will be grieved here, too.
Love to all of you,
Edith & Pierre, DENMARK
Posted by Maria Corazzin on January 22, 2019
Just wanted to say my heart felt condolences to you Susan, and family. I remember quite bit about Cosmo and when they came to Canada. He was quiet but always had a smile on his face. Easy to love as cousin, never rude or argumentative! Also to say, the rose was a beautiful touch, never have had one given at a funeral before, but it will stay in our minds and bring Cosmo into our thoughts when least expected! Thankyou for that!
Your cousin through Cosmo,
         Maria Corazzin
Posted by Anna Dominelli-Forgie on January 20, 2019
Dad - you have been my mentor , my teacher, my inspiration. It was through your actions and how you lead by example, that taught me the importance humility and , determination in my life. Your wisdom was out of this world.. as if you were born a superhuman, cosmic leader... your spirit will forever be in my heart ❤️

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