Dominic Joseph Monterosso of Union City, California September 3, 1995 - August 25, 2016. He was 20 years old. Dominic left behind his mother Tina, his father Mike, his sister Melissa, Grandparents, Great Grandmother, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Dominic was taken tragically take from us way to soon. He was a member of the San Francisco Ironworkers Union, local 377. He was a hard worker; he loved his family, the outdoors and motorcycles. He touched many in a short time and will be greatly missed.

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  1. May our condolences bring you and your family comfort and that our prayers ease the pain of the lost of your dear and beloved son Dominic.We will always remember Dominic and his beautiful smile and kindness.

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  2. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. His soul rides among angels now. His adventurous spirit will be remembered by all of us.

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  3. Tina, I’m heartbroken and deeply sadden on the lost of your son. While there are no words can ease your pain, I hope you will find the strengths knowing that he is now with the angels. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Hugs to all!

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  4. Dear Monterosso Family, I am deeply saddened to hear of Dominic’s passing and also sorry I never had the opportunity to meet my third cousin. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the time of sorry.

    With Sympathy, Cousin Linda Piazza-Simpson, Dennis Simpson and Great, Great Uncle Joe Piazza

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  5. Tina;
    I was so very sorry to hear of the loss of your son Dominic. At this time it’s hard to find the right words to say but my sincere condolences goes out to you and your family at this difficult time…

    Dominic never really leaves this earth completely, he remains in your mind and heart forever….

    Kathy

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  6. Dearest Monterosso Family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this very sad and difficult time. May Dominic Joseph rest in peace.

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  7. Dear Mike, Tina, Melissa and family – Marty and I are deeply saddened to know your hearts have to experience this tragic loss of your amazing son and brother . No words will heal you or make things less hurtful so I will not even attempt to try. But know that Marty and I have lots of love for you all and are here for you if you need anything at all. If we can help please just let us know. We love you all. With all respect and love Marty and Debby Villagomez

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  8. Dom was a great friend to many at Moreau Catholic. Although we didn’t keep touch after high school, I still remember him being the great guy with so much humor. I am so grateful to have known him and call him my friend. Dom you will live on in each one of us, you will never be forgotten.

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  9. Many condolences, Dominic was a classmate of mine in high school and though we didn’t talk much during or after I still remember his great gifts for singing and his impressive performances during culture week. My thoughts are with the family and his friends. Once and mariner always a mariner.

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  10. Love and prayers out to the Monterosso family. I’m glad to have played ball with & got to know you Dom. One of the few people that was always cheerful, carefree, and untouched by the pettiness that plagued high school. Your endless sense of humor and easygoing nature will never be forgotten. Rest in paradise brother, and thanks for many memories over the few years we knew each other.

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  11. Dom was “indomitable” at Moreau Catholic. Dom was a great teammate and athlete in both the Football and Baseball programs and touched the hearts of many. He will be missed, and the entire Moreau Community is praying for the family to have the strength to get through the pain and hope that the wonderful memories will sustain them through the tough times.
    Christine Krisman

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  12. An Angel taken way too soon. May you lead the ride one day through the gates of Heaven and show me the way. You were so respecpectful in everyway. God Bless and thank you for letting me know you in the short time we had.

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  13. I can’t imagine the pain this has caused you. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold forever in your heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you now and always.

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  14. Knowing that another life has been taken just brings me to tears. Almost losing my son Brian a few months ago to a motorcycle accident, I can imagine all the emptiness and the sorrow you may be going through. Dominic has touch so many and so many will remember him. I’m glad I had the chance to meet him and hang a few times with him and the Bart/Mitchell family. You raised a good child and yet god called him early. For what reason we may never know. But, hold him tight in your hearts and keep his memories alive. His spirit is among you, so don’t be afraid to talk to him. May god and all the angles guide you through these tough times.

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  15. We are so sorry about your loss and our hearts are with your family. We wish we could have gotten to know Dom better. He always had a warm smile for us and for our son whenever we passed by in the neighborhood.

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  16. Dominic was my nephew. I loved him dearly. My heart is with Mike, Tina and Melissa.
    Dominic loved his family, his work and his hobbies.
    Thank you to all that came on Thursday to support Mike, Tina and Melissa. It was amazing. The days to come will be the hardest do please keep them in your prayers.

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  17. Rest in eternal peace young man I watched at least 200 people visit you yesterday that had to make you smile, it did me. My condolences to Mike Tina and Melissa. Whatever you need whenever you need it let me know. Dominic make sure there’s a bagger warmed up for me when we meet again, ride with the angels.
    Uncle Mike

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  18. Sending my deepest condolences!
    I know there are no words in the universe to truly express any words of comfort …..
    I wish there were!
    Please know I am hollding all of you in my prayers & heart ❤️

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  19. We are heartbroken for your family, Mike & Tina. Dominic was such a sweet young man. Much love to your entire family. Hugs, Terri & Mark

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  20. Mike,Tina and Melissa
    Steve and I are so sorry for the lost of your son
    We can’t attend today but we will be there in sprit
    Love to you all

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  21. Prayers go out to the Monterosso Family. Dom wasn’t just a friend, but a teammate and a brother. Dom, thank you for all the memories shared on and off the field. Rest in peace Dom. You will be greatly missed.

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  22. I still think of Dom all the time. He was a truly special person.

    It was my pleasure to get to know him playing football at Moreau.

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