Dianne Domer

Dianne Domer, 85, passed away with family by her side on April 26, 2024 in Colorado Springs, CO. A daughter of the late Mabel and Albert Dick, she was born in Fremont, Ohio on September 24, 1938. After high school, she graduated from Bowling Green State University where she was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. Dianne taught first grade until she married David Allen Domer in 1968 and then left teaching for a few years to raise her children. The Domers moved to East Bridgewater, MA in 1976 and Dianne returned to the classroom when her children were older. She taught at Central School in East Bridgewater for many years, until she retired. Dianne and her husband David moved to Falcon, Colorado in 2016 to be closer to their son, Andy, and his family.

Dianne loved to sew and craft, and many homes have her famous snowmen on display at Christmastime. She was an avid gardener and loved flowers and plants. She enjoyed passing down her advice on planting to her daughter, Betsy. She loved reading, getting the newest Mary Higgins Clark book and having many children’s books on hand to read to her grandchildren. Dianne was an active member of the East Bridgewater United Methodist Church and on many church committees. She sang in the choir alongside her daughter, Mary, for many years and at times her sons Tim and Andy joined them. Dianne was always up for a lively card game and making delicious meals for her family. Baking was also a passion of hers and her chocolate peanut butter cups will be sorely missed.

 Above all else, Dianne loved children and her family. The evidence of this love was seen in the schools she taught and tutored in, but was never more apparent than in her devotion to raising her four children and time spent with her grandchildren.

Dianne was married to David Domer for 52 years, until his death in 2020. She is survived by her two daughters; Elizabeth and husband Edward Nebiolo of Pittsburgh, PA, Mary Domer of North Attleboro, MA, and her two sons; Timothy and wife Angela Domer of Derry, NH and Andrew and wife Cara Domer of Falcon, CO. She is also survived by eight grandchildren; James, Lydia and William Nebiolo of Pittsburgh, PA, Alex and Jack Domer of Derry, NH and Olivia, Isaac, and Elise Domer of Falcon, CO. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her siblings; Donald Dick, Janet Weingarten, and David Dick.

Alzheimer’s has greatly affected the life of not only Dianne, but her husband David, and many family members on both sides of their family. 100% of the donations from this page will go towards researching this devastating disease.