Julia Mae Domescik
Julia Mae Domescik, 79, of Belleville, Illinois, born June 29, 1931, in Livingston, Illinois, died Sunday, March 27, 2011 at St. Pauls Home in Belleville.
She was a graduate of East Side High School, East St. Louis, IL, class of 1949 and went to the Brown School of Business. She was a retired office worker from Union Electric with 35 years of service. Julia was an active member of the former First Baptist Church of East St. Louis and recently attended St. Matthew United Methodist Church in Belleville, IL. She was a Baptist Missionary in Africa, New Guinea, Guam, India, Phillipines, Haiti, Alaska and Arizona. She was also actively involved in many Christian and Overseas ministries serving the homeless and the poor as well as several Civic Organizations. Her passion was for helping those in need and did all she could to help others.
She was preceded in death by her:
- Parents: Andrew and Stefana Domescik
- Andrew Domescik
- William Domescik
- Edward Domescik
She is survived by her:
- Brother: Donald (Carol Jo) Domescik of Belleville, IL
- Sister-in-Law: Jeannine Domescik of Belleville, IL
- Numerous Nieces & Nephews
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the New Life Evangelistic Center.
Services: There will be a family and friends gathering in her honor on Saturday, April 23, 2011 at 1:00 pm at the chapel at St. Matthew United Methodist Church 1200 Moreland Dr. Belleville, IL. By Her request cremation was held.
Condolences left for Julia Mae Domescik:
His master replied, 'Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master's happiness!'Matt 25:21
Who can find a virtuous woman? her price is far above rubies ... Prov 31:10
Thank you Julie for all the special times we shared and your very very friendship--til we meet again God Bless Love and Peace
George E Frame Belleville IL 62220
Julia changed my life as a very young girl. A neighbor brought me to First Baptist Church one day and my life was changed forever. The most generous person I have ever known-she taught me the true meaning of giving from the heart-wanting nothing in return. She simply wanted to quitely do the good that she knew was her mission from God. It is the Easter season and how fiting it is for her to join her Heavenly Father at this time. Julia always had a family she took care of at Easter. Our family did not have money to buy a new Spring outfit-she did not like "Easter outfit"-Julia dressed my brother, sister and baby sister completely-underware-socks-shoes-for as many years she thought was needed. I don't know how many families she did this for as she did not want
recognition for her generousity. She also paid our way to go to Lake Benton Baptist Camp. Truly a life experience the helped shape my life as a woman-and Mother.
I am so sad I cannot be there to celebrate her life with her loved ones. I am in Arizona with my oldest son and his family. I would venture to say-each person there -her loved ones, all had a part in who I am today. Because she reached out and made me feel welcome
the rest of you became such a part of my life I shall cherish-forever. I only wish I could be there to hug EVERY ONE of you. Jeanine-your precious kids-Dorothy-I know you are there-so many memories-so much love I send to all of you.
Julia, I shall never forget you-you were there at some of the most important times of my life. Thank you for being you. I know you will Rest in Peace-as you deserve it more than any one I have ever had the privilage of knowing.
The passing years can never erase the memories and love in my heart for you.
Thank you again,
Jeanns Van Hoose--nee Hudson
Jeanne Van Hoose--(Hudson) Carlyle Il 62231
My Dear Julia,
As I go down memory lane I think you have inspired me again.
For years people have told me I need to write a book.
As I think of the years gone by
and the people that have touched my life-you and my First Baptist Church Family-it is time for me to pay it forward and perhaps another life can be changed through telling how each life touches another and it just grows beyond our imagination. Your life was just beginning when it touched mine. When I say it was just beginning-you did more for more people and gave far beyond what I can imagine.
An angel for sure sent with love from God above.
Thank you once again for inspiration Julia,
Jeanne Van Hoose-nee Hudson
Jeanne Van Hoose-nee Hudson Carlyle, Il 62231