Let the memory of Dominic be with us forever.
  • 45 years old
  • Born on May 26, 1973 in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas.
  • Passed away on September 11, 2018 in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Dominic Kikivarakis who was born in the Nasasu, Bahamas on May 26th 1973 and passed away on September 11th 2018 at the age of 45. Dominic was an inspiration and touched the lives of everyone that he came in contact with.  He was truly an outdoor sportsman and fitness was his passion. He was an active member in his Church, Christ Church Cathedral, an active participant in Cross Fit, a founding member of the 2-time Champion Spartans Flag Football Club and also a Scout Troop Leader.  Dominic believed in giving back and as such was also a coach in the Youth Flag Football League.

Dominic you are gone, but we will NEVER forget you.  RIP MY BROTHER!

Funeral Services will be held at 10am on Saturday September 29th at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street.

Posted by Weniford Iraola on 29th September 2018
My deepest condolences. Forever missed but never forgotten. May the Lord continue to comfort the family. I love you all.
Posted by Keshlah Smith-Clarke on 26th September 2018
We met almost 4 years ago. From day 1 you encourage me never to give up on my dream. The Cafe was your spot to get your chef creations but for ua to talk about like, health and fitness. Always smiling even when you had a hard day. Thank you for the listening ear, advice and makibg me more tech savy. I will miss our morning discussions and makibg your sweet potato pancake combo. Rest my friend. Until we meet again Your Chef K
Posted by Jacqueline Foster on 21st September 2018
My deepest condolences to the Kikivarkis family on the passing of your dear loved one. Dominic and I go back to our days spent in our first profession of banking. Dominic left an indelible mark on everyone that met him. In truth if you had not seen him in months or years...it was as if you had only seen or spoken to him yesterday. The last time I saw my friend was at a deli on Dowswell Street. Fitness and eating healthy was his life direction He was always a person full of life and energy. A man of exceptional good character and gone far too soon. RIP Dominic K.
Posted by Phillippa McIntosh on 21st September 2018
My sympathies to the family of Dominic, especially Mrs. Debbie whom I've grown to love. He was a good classmate, we haven't stayed in touch as often as we should but when the class got together it was always a blast. He was so happy during the school reunion, happy to see everyone. Rest on Dom, we loved you here on earth but God loved you best and wanted you home. Forever in our hearts. Class of 1990 FHS Warriors
Posted by Mochelle Evans on 19th September 2018
My Condolences to Uncle Nick and Auntie Debbie and family.
Posted by Maria Green on 17th September 2018
Debbie & Nick Our heartfelt condolences to your family our prayers are with you.. May he rest in peace.. Rodney & Maria (The Green family).
Posted by Tiana George on 16th September 2018
I will forever remember September 2nd at Trinity...it was our last greeting. Had I known, I would've extended our hug and chat! You're missed by many already, Dom. RIP!
Posted by Karen Kikivarakis on 16th September 2018
To my brother who loved life a brother who lived life who is loved by many including his family his brother and sisters and all who may come in contact with him you were the glue that kept the brothers and sisters together you will always be In my heart I will always love and cherish the memories that we would’ve had rest on my brother and know that you was loved and will be missed forever in our hearts your sis. Karen
Posted by Alicia Culmer on 16th September 2018
A wonderful friend indeed. Way back at St. Paul's College we became friends. I have never seen a day when you did not make someone smile. You smile was magical and touched my heart always. You will be greatly missed. R.I.P. my dear friend. God loves you best
Posted by Katie Kikivarakis on 16th September 2018
Dominic you were a loving and caring brother who cared about family. You were the glue that kept your siblings together. Always planning a surprise trip, sending a text or inbox message on FB. You were truly special and one of a kind. As your big sister I will cherish the lessons learned, spoken and unspoken. Heaven has another glorious angel. RIH hon.
Posted by Barbara Dionne Smith-Bowe on 16th September 2018
To the family my sincere heart felt condolences. May his soul Rest In Peace
Posted by Verona Missick on 16th September 2018
I never got the chance to meet you personally, but knew of you from your mom. Rest in peace and rise in glory.
Posted by Monique Cooper-Collie on 15th September 2018
Domonic your smile was always present... whenever we met your hugs and kisses on the cheek were the best. I know you are in heaven still smiling and giving the best hugs. Rest In Peace and Rise in Glory.
Posted by C E on 15th September 2018
From South Florida- To Dominic 's family and close friends, please accept my deepest condolences. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Michelle Cooper on 15th September 2018
Dominic, I first met you at the College of the Bahamas now the University of The Bahamas. I’m reminded of your smile and friendly demeanor. I fondly remember that whenever you saw me you made sure I got a hug and kiss. You will be missed. Rest In Peace and Rise in Glory.
Posted by Tamika Brice on 14th September 2018
You lived your life as a living embodiment of strength and love. You changed many lives. If only we had more time to give back some of the love you selflessly shared. Rest in peace Dominic.
Posted by Joy Fearon on 14th September 2018
You had a very strong presence, an impressionable personality; so it's hard to forget the first time I met you. It was easy to misunderstand you and so your first act of kindness toward me took me by surprise. We were both working in Barbados and I got sick; you offered to accompany me to the hotel and helped me out of the cab to my room, checking back later to make sure everything was ok. I didn't expect that but I also never forgot it. You shared birthdays with my sister so we were always in touch. The news was a shock. Gone but will not be forgotten Dominic. RIP.
Posted by Sherwin Johnson on 14th September 2018
RBC Lions and Spartans had many great games.....condolences to your family and the Spartan organization.....RIP Kiki....a great Spartan.
Posted by Keva Adams on 14th September 2018
No matter where you saw us , you would stop what you were doing to greet us. I still can remember hearing you before I saw you on Saturday... If we only knew.... You will be missed my brother..... Rest Dom
Posted by Sheldon Armstrong on 14th September 2018
Hey bro we had many battles on the field. You know the RBC Lions and Spartans had some intense battles and I remember you and Dawkins and Bellot at the helm. Other than that you were a good person and a cool brother. Rest in peace my friend on behalf of me and the Lions Flag football team.
Posted by Corrington Burrows on 14th September 2018
It wasn't smooth between us but there was always respect. I'm grateful for the jokes we shared on Saturday. Your energy will be missed.

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