Barbara Ann Domin, 78, passed away Saturday May 26th at her home surrounded by her family and friends. Barbara was born in Buffalo, NY on February 21st 1940 and the daughter of the late Norman and Dorothy Baumgartner. She graduated high school from Sacred Heart Academy and attained her PHD through Daemen College. As a scientist, she specialized in the research of new drugs helping those with cancer and other major diseases. Her job brought her to North Carolina in 1979. She worked for UNC, Glaxo-Wellcome, and retired from Bayer Pharmaceuticals. Barbara was a devoted Catholic and her family was everything to her. When she wasn’t dedicating her time to the church or spending time with her family, she devoted her time to helping those in need. She be missed and remembered always.
Barbara was preceded in death by her parents, her sister Janet Wanat, and her eldest son John Domin. Barbara is survived by her children Jeff Domin (Amy) of Wilmington, NC, and Debbie Brodzik (Ted) of Louisville KY; 4 grandchildren Ryanne, Josh, Anna, and Kai, her nieces and nephews, and her two brothers Norman and Robert Baumgartner. A mass will be held on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at 10am at Basilica Shrine of St Mary, 412 Ann St, Wilmington, NC 28401. In Lieu of flowers we ask that any donations, requested by and in memory of Barbara Domin, be made out to The Williams Family, whose 4 year old daughter is currently battling brain cancer. You may send donations to P.O. Box 16450 Wilmington, NC 28408. Thank you.
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Oh such a sweet lady. Went to church with her at Holy Family in Hillsborough. Prayers and hugs.
Jeff, Your mother raised a wonderful son. God blessed you and your family with love from a beautiful woman who now is at peace. I lost my father a few months ago and the pain is reall but we live with the love and memories that will never die.
Jeff’, Naomi & I are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Sincerely, Ophard
I know how much your mother meant to you and how devoted you were to her care as her health declined. Angie & I pray for peace for you and your family. What a wonderfull tribute to Madison with the donations.
“Love to you and your family,” God will bring the Very Dear Loved One back to life here on earth to live forever. (Acts 24:15; Psalms 37:11,29) There is one book in the bible that brings out a Wonderful hope for mankind. It’s the book of Isaiah here is some of them War will be gone All over the world, Peace in All over the world, Death, Tears and sickness will be gone forever, the Blind will see again, the Deaf will hear again, the Lame will run, the Mute will shout for joy, the Deserts will burst forth with water and No one will be Homeless. Isaiah 2:4; 11;9; 25:8; 33:24; 35:5,6; 65:21. More comfort for you and the family can get is by emailing me at
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