Born in 1932 in a small town in the northern side of the island of Puerto Rico, the fourth child of Pazcual Gonzalez and Rizquilda Guzman. He came to the United State at the young age of 17, served in the U.S. Army between the years of 1950-1953, and fought over sea’s in the Korean War. He then made his home in Glen Cove, back in the early ’50s. He spent most of his adult life in this seaside city which he called home. Survived by two daughters, Zaida Gonzalez and Evelyn Anspake; five grandchildren, Francis Nieves, Francheska Nieves, Rosemarie Anspake, Jonathan Anspake and Lisa Anspake; and two great-grandchildren, Zayra Nieves and Amir Nieves.
He loved knowledge and believed that hard work would get you ahead in life, he was selfless in material belongings. He understood that money never made anyone happy.
His most valued possession was his family. Domingo was a loving son, brother, uncle, father, grandfather and faithful friend, who knew the value of family and took care of the people he loved. He was the tower of strength that kept our family together, he was a loyal friend to those who had the privilege of knowing him.
He will be remembered and loved always by his family at friends. Visitation was at Dodge-Thomas Funeral Home, Glen Cove, www.dodgethomas.com. Funeral Mass at the Church of St. Rocco. Interment East Hillside Cemetery.