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Robert Tano Domingo

February 28, 1964 - October 27, 2016
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Robert Tano Domingo, son of the late Emilio Sr. and Anatolia Domingo, was born on February, 28, 1964 in Fort Ord, Ca. He lived in Berkeley for over 20 years where he attended Berkeley High School. He is survived by his son, Emilio Domingo, four siblings–Betty Godhigh, Darlene Lucky, Jeanne Karcher and Edwin Domingo–and 8Continue Reading

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anne drummond left a message on November 18, 2016:
The very first time I met Robert was when he was working at Co-op on Shattuck. I was 20 and already married. My dad and I were at the Co-op and my dad introduced me to Robert and told me this was Dari's boyfriend. My dad said to me, "look what a gentleman he is, and he is such a hard worker". He was proud of Robert for being such a mature young man at such a young age. I lived in Berkeley but didn't attend bhs so I don't have all the beautiful memories of hanging out with Robert. What I remember of Robert, is his pure dedication to his son Emilio and over the years, and I have seen the manifestation of that love and dedication so clearly in Emilio.
Marra wallace left a message on November 20, 2016:
Robert was as true friend a very big hearted man father uncle , I know that who ever.did this to Robert has as bad road to travel to the worst end . Who ever you are you will wither down like the I'll disgust you reek of . As far as I know Robert had a huge heart , he loved helping his friends esp when in need . I first remember meeting Robert Domingo at a mutual friends house . I recall having felt as if I had known this man all my life yet I only knew him an hour at the time . Blessed is your soul your beautiful spirit is amongst us all whom knew the kindred spirit you truly are for ever missed loved one . You never stopped being a gentleman Robert your what is called a real man . YOU ARE SPECIAL IN BODY MIND AND SPIRIT . IF EVER A woman needed a friend to call upon it would be a true statement to say you are 100%real down to earth you have earned your stripes and I can't think of a more safe person for a distraught woman to grovel to . Robert you always put the troubled ones in the highest reguard your a healing protector what makes you so loved is the heart you have . The rotten bastard who ended your life ended the life for his entire family . I repeat the creature who took Robert's life will wither down in shame and the one mistake you made is your going to hell for eternity so help you god your as nothing as you stand to look at your crest in a shattered nothing left but ash as I see your ugly and you wither down marra thanks you for the kindness and true friendship you are loved miss you Robert dear homeboy and friend love marra Wallace
Debbie Gouveia left a message on November 12, 2016:
Robert was like a brother to me. He truly had a way of making one feel like a friend from the start. His sense of humor was quite charming. I used to watch people react to him when they first met him. In the beginning, they might not "get him" and his sense of humor ... he'd make a funny remark ... and at first they would kind of look at him questioningly ... but then they would "get it" and you'd see them smile ... and then he had them! Robert's life was not an easy one , but I always admired how he would bounce back and move right on. I always admired him for that. My heart truly broke when I heard what happened. He would always try to help anyone in need in whatever way he could. My heart is with his whole family now. Lean on each other. He'd want that. I told his Sister I just know he is up now with his Father, Mother and Sister and they are up there smiling down on all of you. And, Emilio, you MUST know it, but I've not met many men who were more proud of their son ... I used to tear up when I would see how excited he would get whenever he called you. My prayer, my Dear Robert, is that you are now in true peace. You'll never be forgotten. I just wish I could have done more for you. Love, Debbie Gouveia
Michael Felix left a message on November 28, 2016:
Domingo Deserves Justice. In all of my years of Fuckin-up , we Never killed anybody. I guess there was always a gun accessible , but never did anyone get killed. Hell , I must have got my ass kicked at least 100 times. Whoever did this is a coward. You knew you couldn't whup his ass toe 2 toe (bcuz he was B-Town thru & thru) You get no stripes for this. You lose stripes. RIP Domingo.
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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