Love and memories last forever...
  • 94 years old
  • Born on February 20, 1924 in Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Passed away on February 5, 2019 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States.

Iris V. DiDomenico (nee Dagan), beloved wife of the late Anthony M. DiDomenico. Married 44 years of Pennsauken, NJ, formerly of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Daughter of the late Frank E. C. Dagan and Isabella Gladys, formerly Sorensen

Also pre-deceased by siblings, Isabell and Kathleen, she leaves behind darling sister May Flatley of Boondall, Queensland, Australia.

She was the loving mother of Louis J. DiDomenico and the late Jennie Lee Wolfinger (DiDomenico). Also survived by her devoted daughter-in-law, Brenda DiMattia, Grandchildren Anthony L. DiDomenico, Fred Capner (Wife Melissa Capner), Joseph A. Wolfinger and James F Wolfinger, Great Grand Children  Tyler Capner, and Hunter Capner.

Iris met Tony  in Australia during WWII. They married in Australia and Tony brought her home to settle in South Camden, NJ. She was welcomed with open arms by the DiDomenico Family where they quickly taught her to make meatballs and cook Italian. They later moved to East Camden and then Pennsauken. The rest is a long story. 

I Love You Mom.  May you Rest in Peace, Louis.

Posted by Angela Gregory on February 19, 2019
Dear Louis and Family,
   Anthony and i are sending our love to all and want to express our sincere sorrow that we have after learning of Aunt Iris' passing. We have such fond memories filled with fun, love and sweetness that were always there whenever your Mom was around. We were so lucky that our parents were close and all of us were able to share such great times. Aunt Iris was not just beautiful on the outside, but also on the inside. Love to you and all.
Posted by Patrick Flatley on February 18, 2019
My message is coming to you through my darling son Patrick. Thank you, Louis, for looking after my darling Iris. I love you very much, I feel as though I have known you all my life. Thanks for giving Iris a beautiful funeral. I am so happy she is at peace now and in no more pain. Lots of love Aunty May.
Posted by Jana Rhodes on February 16, 2019
I knew your mother for a short time but she left such a lasting memory to me. Such a funny lady.
Posted by Linda Cresthull on February 15, 2019
Dear Lou,
So very sorry for your loss. You where a wonderful and loving son. My thoughts are with you and Anthony.

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