Enrique Dominguez, age 50, passed away on August 1, 2018, leaving behind cherished memories.
Enrique was born in Cuba in 1968 and at the age of 18, he met his future wife Zirley, with whom he would have five children. Seeking new opportunities and a better life for his family, Enrique migrated to Miami, Florida, when he was 32. There, he nurtured his talents as a skilled engineer, electrician, and mechanic. His dedication and expertise led him to notable positions at esteemed establishments like the Ritz Carlton. In the later years of his life, he transitioned to the Transportation industry, becoming an instrumental figure in the seamless transportation of cargo goods across the United States.
Enrique embraced his passions with enthusiasm and joy. In his younger days, he was an esteemed member of a competitive swimming team in Cuba, demonstrating his strength and determination in the water. Fishing held a special place in his heart, whether it be exhilarating deep diving expeditions or the tranquility of inshore fishing. Among the many species he pursued, snapper held a particular allure. Weekends were treasured moments spent with his children, imparting his knowledge and love for fishing while creating lasting memories on the waters of Key Largo.
Family was of utmost importance to Enrique, and he adored his wife, children, mother, sister and brother. He always desired a larger family and cherished the bonds they shared.
Enrique Dominguez is survived by his beloved wife Zirley, five cherished children Kyle, Milene, Christian, Bryan and Henry, mother Onelia, sister Maria and dear brother Angelito. As we gather to bid him farewell, let us remember the warmth and love he bestowed upon us all. Funeral services will be held on August 8, 2018, at 11 a.m., providing an opportunity for family, friends, and all those touched by Enrique’s kind spirit to come together in remembrance and celebration of a life that radiated love and friendship.