Domenick F. Del Buco, Jr.

In Loving Memory of

Domenick F. Del Buco, Jr.


Domenick F. Del Buco, Jr., 51, of High Springs, Florida, passed away on January 21, 2021.  He was the son of Domenick and Judith Del Buco.

As a boy, he was an altar server at St. George Catholic Church in Guilford, Connecticut.

Domenick graduated from Guilford High School and Vinal Regional Vocational-Technical Satellite where he received certification to be an electrician.  He worked as an electrician in the field of historic preservation and conservation for many years.

Domenick was a devoted father and family man. He loved outdoor sports, 4-wheeling, snowmobiling, and water sports. He was an accomplished backyard barbeque chef. At any party he could happily be found grilling, smoking or cooking something delicious. He loved life and lived every day to the fullest. He was selfless, the kind of guy to do for others without looking for accolades.

He volunteered at St. Madeleine Community Outreach for many years. Feeding the hungry and helping with yard sales are just a few of the many things he did at the outreach.

He was a 4th degree knight in the Knights of Columbus.

Domenick loved people no matter their station in life. He was quick to lend a shoulder or ear and was beloved by so many. His compassionate, loving and forgiving nature cannot be matched. Heaven has truly gained an angel.  He will be missed by so many.

He was predeceased by his sister, Ruth Ann Hill.

He is survived by his parents, Domenick and Judith Del Buco; his sons, Domenick Robert Del Buco and Leonardo Del Buco; his daughters, Sarah Izzo and Mayarose Del Buco; and his sister, Donna Del Buco Manders; and many nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 28, 2021 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Evans Carter Funeral Home, 18724 High Springs Main Street, High Springs, Florida.  The Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, January 29, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Madeleine Catholic Church, 17155 NW US Hwy 441, High Springs, Florida.  Burial will follow the Mass at the St. Madeleine Memorial Gardens.

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3 Responses

  1. Matt cattaneo
    Matt cattaneo at · Reply

    Dom was my friend. We had many fun adventures together. I spoke with him very recently. My heart is broken. He was a good man. Big heart. I have some pretty funny stories. I will never forget him.
    Via con dios brother. Hope I’ll see you when I get there.
    Dom was my friend

  2. Mike Donofrio
    Mike Donofrio at · Reply

    Dom was a great guy,
    He helped me plenty of time making me laugh the whole time.
    Unfortunately it had been many years since I saw Dom or Ruth which is the hardest thing.
    Mr and Mrs Delbuco , Donna and his sons and daughters my heart is heavy and I give you what ever strength I can .
    Remember the laughter because that’s all I hear.
    Mike Donofrio

  3. Caroline Kaspar
    Caroline Kaspar at · Reply

    He was such a kind generous man. I worked with him at community outreach for several years with his mom Judy. My heart and prayers go out to his parents sister, children and all his family. May his soul rest in peace Amen.

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