Zachary S. Dominguez
- August 3, 1988 - December 19, 2009
- Garden Grove, California
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“I didn't know how else to return a necklace that may belong to a family member of Zachary S. Dominguez so I hope by posting this, someone will...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Alicia Alvarado - CA - urgent****
“We were very sorry to hear of Zach's passing. May all the wonderful memories comfort you.
Ione, Gerardo, and family
3 of 7 | Posted by: Ione Valdez - Valinda, CA
“to my son i will carry on your tradition of effn with people till my last days or was that your job anyway ill try see you on the other side i love...Read More »
4 of 7 | Posted by: steve dominguez - garden grove, CA
“Our dear Zach you will be so greatly missed. I was so honored to have been your mother in-law! We love you and you will always be in our hearts. We...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Sylvia Morisette Eigenmann - CA
“I love you Zach. You were such an amazing person, I miss you so much.
6 of 7 | Posted by: Jennifer - Anaheim Hills, CA
“My sincere condolences to Zach's entire family, especially the beautiful wife that he left behind, Brittani Morisette Dominguez. The last six weeks...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: Katie Morisette - Long Beach, CA
Zachary Sean Dominguez was born in Montclair, California on August 3rd, 1988 at 9lbs 3oz. He was taken from his family and friends on December 19th, 2009 in La Jolla California. During his 21 years of life he accomplished more, and touched more peoples lives then that of someone 5 times his age. Zachary was a loving brother, son, Marine, and friend. His passion was racing and the love of his life was his Mustang. He loved everything from Dragon Ball Z to river trips and the sand bar. He loved to make himself laugh and any reason to show off those pearly whites.Zach knew he had an amazing smile and would say " Its all about the teeth, girls love the smile" He loved to go to Medieval Times with friends and hang out and limpie people in the head all night just to make himself laugh. Zachary should never be considered gone, we shouldn't have any regrets about why he is gone, but instead we should come together as a family and remember how lucky we were to have our lives blessed by him, because thats what he would have wanted. Hell never be gone, well always keep him close in our hearts and know he's looking down after us all. Thank You Zachary for touching our lives and making this world a better place.