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Emilia "Milo" Dominguez


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Emilia “Emily or Milo” Dominguez, 81, was called home to be with our Lord on November 8, 2020. She was surrounded by people who loved her deeply. Milo is preceded in death by her brothers, Ricardo “Richie” Dominguez and Guillermo “Willie” Dominguez, and sister Rosamaria Vidales. Milo is survived by her brothers Alvaro G. Dominguez, Sr., and Enrique “Henry” Dominguez, and many nieces and nephews. Milo is also survived by her beloved nephew, Alvaro G. Dominguez, Jr. (Delia) and niece Sandra Dominguez-Lopez (Brian), grandnieces Maya and Alessandra and the Ibarra family that took her in as part of their own many years ago. Milo was always very friendly, caring, generous and loving. Anyone that knew her would tell you the same. She especially bestowed her love to her nephew Al and niece Sandra. She gave them the very important gift of unconditional love. This is a legacy that will be cherished in their hearts until they meet again. Milo was a very independent, strong, fierce woman. She owned her own business called Penny Auto Sales and she retired from a long career with Sears. She was an avid reader. She loved all her fur babies and the Dallas Cowboys, from the start of the franchise until now.
The family would like to thank Bienvivir All Encompassing Senior Care for the amazing help they provided, especially Milo’s nurse Jessica and social worker Elsa and the staff with Comfort Care. Also, many thanks to the home health care providers who assisted in caring for her, Bertita, Pati, and Sylvia. The family would also like to thank Milo’s niece in law, Delia Dominguez, for helping to care her for the past six months. Delia’s tenderness and sweet interactions with Milo will never be forgotten.
Milo will be extremely missed every day. There will never be enough words to express the loving and grateful heart that was our precious beloved Milo.