Kenneth Dominick

Kenneth H Dominick

Sunday, May 18th, 1947 - Thursday, May 7th, 2020
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WEST BROOKFIELD- Kenneth Harold Dominick,72, died peacefully at home on May 7, 2020. 

He is survived by his wife and best friend of 41 years, Debra Kelley-Dominick; a brother, William Dominick and his wife Susan of Monson, MA; 2 nephews Jason Dominick and his partner Kayla Slessler of Wilbraham, MA and Cameron Dominick and his wife Sarah and their children, Riley and Henry. He was pre-deceased by his parents Harold and Shirley Dominick of Monson, MA.

Ken loved growing up in Monson playing in the woods and fields with his friends and brother. He graduated with a BA from Allegheny College in Meadville, PA. He went on to graduate from UMASS in Amherst with a Masters in Fine Art.

Ken remembered fondly his days at The Experimental Television Center in New York and his days exploring  the art scene in New York City in the 1960s. Ken was a great thinker and writer, artist, birder, naturalist and photographer. He had a strong interest in Native American Art and taught classes at several colleges. He loved to walk, run, bike and canoe. Ken had a very strong Buddhist practice and was committed to living a life of compassion.

Before retiring in 2014, Ken worked as a cartographer for the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

A Celebration of Ken’s Life will be held at a later date. Donations in his honor may be made to Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies of Medford, MA or Second Chance Animal Shelter po box 136 East Brookfield, MA. 01515. Arrangements are under the care of Pillsbury Funeral Home 3 West Brookfield Rd. Brookfield.
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Kimberly Kvaraciejute

Posted at 07:07pm
Ken was such a nice man. I loved the Sangha Meditation group that met in Brookfield for many years. May he rest on peace and I will keep all of you, his family and friends, in my prayers.

Kimberly Kvaraciejute

Posted at 07:05pm
Ken was such a nice man. I used to love the Sangha Meditation group in Brookfield. May he rest in glorious peace, and I will keep all of you, his family, in my heart and prayers.
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A gatto

Posted at 06:34pm
I met Ken thru Debbie. What a very gentle soul, very very gentle and how he loved nature and peace a✌and I just respected this man ...so you will be sadly missed by your wife and family , along with a lot of people who loved and admired you. Put me on that list of admirers. until we meet again my friend R.I.P. KEN
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Judith Kelleyrzeznikiewicz

Posted at 08:04pm
You were the best brother-in-law. I miss you, Ken.
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