Nikiski resident Alice "Oma" Emma Becker Dominick died Monday, April 29, 2002, at Central Peninsula General Hospital. She was 88.
No services are planned.
Mrs. Dominick was born October 5, 1913, in Hamburg, Germany. She moved to Alaska in 1997 from Hoquiam, Wash. In the 1950s and 60s she worked cleaning clams in canneries and was a housewife. She retired in 1975.
Mrs. Dominick enjoyed cooking, board games, bingo, camping, clam digging and gardening. In addition, she enjoyed collecting rocks, dancing and listening to music. She also enjoyed speaking German.
"Oma was a wonderful and funny lady. She loved to talk about her husband, Henry Dominick, and how they met. We will miss Oma and always feel a void in our lives where she should be," her family said.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Dominick, and a grandson, Kenneth Creigton Dominick.
Mrs. Dominick is survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Jack and Barbara Dominick of Nikiski and Wayne and Barbara Dominick of Mount Vernon, Wash.; three granddaughters, Dawn Dominick of Anacortes, Wash., Angela McCoy of Kenai and Heidi Dominick of Nikiski; two grandsons, Richard and Craig Dominick, both of Nikiski; nine grandchildren, Willie, Alecia, Shayna, Wesley, Garrett, Jackson, Cheyenne, Curtis and Clayton; and her good friends, Howard and Trudel Hoag of Hoquiam.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel.
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