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Domenico was born in Carini, Sicily to Giuseppe and Angela Randazzo on May 12th 1946. He came to the United States in the mid 1970’s and through hard work and determination opened up his own pizzeria business.  His numerous pizzeria businesses lasted over forty years.  He grew many bonds over the years with both patrons and employees, with many of whom he became good friends. 

Domenico is survived by his wife Robin, his son Dominic, his daughter in law Meggan, his grandchildren Chase and Chloe, his brother Vito, and his numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Domenico loved his family dearly and touched many people throughout his life. He will be greatly missed.

Service will be held Thursday, June 7, 2018 at Locustwood Memorial Park (Mausoleum with enclosed chapel), Rt. 70, Cherry Hill, NJ at 10:30 am.

Posted by Anthony Randazzo on September 14, 2018
Somehow we lost touch over the years. I met Mimmo in Carini in 1967 when made my first of several trips to Italy. We kept in touch when he went to Germany and welcomed him to our home in Brooklyn. We were so happy that he invited us to his wedding to Robin. We were visiting Atlantic County in late July and I was on the internet trying to locate his restaurant, when I happened to see the obituary notice. Despite several attempts by mail to send a condolence card, they were returned “addressee unknown.”
My wife Maria and I express our deepest sympathy to Robin, Dominic, and family.  We will always remember the wonderful person that we knew and will keep him in our prayers.
Anthony & Maria Randazzo
Fort Lauderdale
Posted by Lorraine Parkinson Nogle on June 6, 2018
Knowing Dominic over the years you could always tell the kind and caring man he was. Family meant a lot to him and he worked hard to give them a beautiful life. I will remember his Italian accent, his smile and his kindness. My love to his family.

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Posted by Anthony Randazzo on September 14, 2018
Somehow we lost touch over the years. I met Mimmo in Carini in 1967 when made my first of several trips to Italy. We kept in touch when he went to Germany and welcomed him to our home in Brooklyn. We were so happy that he invited us to his wedding to Robin. We were visiting Atlantic County in late July and I was on the internet trying to locate his restaurant, when I happened to see the obituary notice. Despite several attempts by mail to send a condolence card, they were returned “addressee unknown.”
My wife Maria and I express our deepest sympathy to Robin, Dominic, and family.  We will always remember the wonderful person that we knew and will keep him in our prayers.
Anthony & Maria Randazzo
Fort Lauderdale
Posted by Lorraine Parkinson Nogle on June 6, 2018
Knowing Dominic over the years you could always tell the kind and caring man he was. Family meant a lot to him and he worked hard to give them a beautiful life. I will remember his Italian accent, his smile and his kindness. My love to his family.
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Shared by Terri Mohr on June 4, 2018

I’ll never forget the years I spent “helping” mom at D’s. I swear my love for Pac-Man comes from the years I spent in the shop playing that and the mortal combat game. Even though I’m sure you only gave me the quarters to get me out from the back.  I’ll fondly remember the days I sat in that front booth at the old D’s playing or doing my homework and you’d come and sit and read the paper or have me fold pizza boxes even though the stack in the back corner already seemed to reached the ceiling.  I loved when you would give me a hunk of pizza dough and tell me to make something.  All the fireman’s parades I spent outside the shop. Even after We moved I love stopping in just to say hi to you. I’ll never forget all the childhood memories i have with you are the rest of the D’s crew.  I send My love to Robin, Dom,   and the entire Randazzo family. Rest In Peace Dom <3