Private family services at Oregon Trail State Veterans cemetery will be held for Casper resident Steve D. Domonkos, 93. Steve died at home on October 26, 2023, surrounded by family. Steve has gone home peacefully to be with the Lord.
Steve was born in Gary, Indiana on November 21, 1929, to Stephen W. and Bertha Szikora-Domonkos. After the death of his mother during the Great Depression, he was raised by his stepmother, Dusine Neilsen Domonkos. After high school he attended Rose Polytechnic Institute and worked at the Gary Steel Mill until he entered the Army to serve in the Korean War. In 1955, he married Agnes M Ryan in Salt Lake City, UT. He moved his family to Casper in 1956 where he became a successful businessman in the construction industry. He was part owner and manager at Teton Steel and involved in various construction companies including STAG Industries, S/D, Inc., Western Construction Supply and American Pipe and Supply. He was part owner of the Laramie Inn in Laramie, WY in the 1980s.
Steve’s hobbies included traveling with his wife, fishing, golf, Wyoming Cowboy football and spending time with his family and friends. Steve had a wicked sense of humor.
Steve was a member of the Casper Ambassadors, Local Elks Lodge 1353, St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Casper Country Club and Casper Boat Club. Steve volunteered with Meals on Wheels and took his responsibilities very seriously.
Steve was predeceased by his parents, sister Delores Macy and two sons-in-law Keith Henderson and Greg Bock.
He is survived by his wife of 68 years Agnes M Domonkos; five children, Steve M Domonkos (Susan Frank) of Casper; Patty Ramsey (Ben) of Greeley, Colorado; Julie Bock of Casper; Donna Domonkos of Cheyenne, and William Domonkos (Denise) of Loveland, Colorado; sister, Jeanne Peters of Farmington, Connecticut; and brother, Ron (Carmen) Domonkos of Stamford, Connecticut, 11 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren.
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