Daytona Beach, Florida
Sunday, February 22, 2015 Dominianni passed away in the Stuart F. Meyer Hospice House on Palm Coast on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015. She had suffered from prolonged breathing issues which progressed until it was at last to much for her heart. She was attended by six close friends at her passing. Joe & Betty Deckleman, Bert & Mary Wakem all of Palm Coast, Tom Pollard of Deland and Larry Croy of Gainesville.

Ada was preceded in death by her husband George in 2005 and her on son Warren Fitzgerald in 2014 and three sisters.

George and Ada moved to Glen Cove, NY from Brooklyn, NY in 1970 where the both were born. George grew up working in and continued running his family's butcher shops in NYC until 1984, when the sold the business and moved to Keystone Heights, FL. Their final move to Palm Coast was in 1994.

Ada has two nephews, Ed Croissant Sr. of Trinity, FL and William Croissant, Mongaup NY and three nieces Patricia Lennon of Levittown, NY, Doris Ballback of Fort Worth, TX and Geraldine Todaro of Deerfield Beach, FL. Ada had a wonderful life, a very loving husband, George and a long and healthy life, reaching 95 years of life.

She was the widow of George Dominianni, who served as a Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus and their District Warden (1970-73) in Glen Cove before moving to Florida in 1974. Ada stood by George's side throughout his business, Knights of Columbus and B.P.O. Elk's careers. George was an honorary life member of the K of C where he progressed thru the chairs to finally attain the rank of District Warden. Following Ada and George's move to Florida, George joined the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks in Starke, FL and immediately became their Lodge Secretary as well as their Lodges Exalted Ruler the following year. He continued in Elkdom becoming involved in the Florida Elks Association where he became State President of the Florida Elks in 1984-85, then served on many State Boards for the Elks as a Past State President. He finally served on the Grand Lodge Credentials Committee 1987-1995 and as their Chairman until 1991 as well as their District Sponsor 1985-95 before retiring to enjoy a life of travel.

Friends will received on Wednesday, February 25 from 10:00 until 11:00 AM in the Memorial Room of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 4600 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 AM and following Ada will be entombed with her husband George in the columbarium of the church. Following the mass Friends are invited to a Celebration of Life Buffet at the Elks Lodge at 1:30 PM.

Any donations should be sent to the Florida State Elks Association for their Harry Anna Trust Fund. Attn: Carl Seibert, P.O. Box 49, Umatilla FL 32784-0049.

Arrangements are in the care and trust of Craig-Flagler Palms Funeral Home.