Marietta J. Dominguez

May 06, 1931 ‒ September 25, 2017

Galion, Ohio

Marietta J. Dominguez, 86, of Galion passed away Monday evening, September 25, 2017 at Magnolia Terrace in Galion.

She was born May 6, 1931 in Youngstown and was the daughter of Michael and Anna (Pugliese) Pollo. Marietta married Don Hiatt on July 2, 1950 and he preceded her in death in July of 1972. She later married Joe Dominguez on April 30, 1981 and he preceded her in death on April 29, 2015.

Marietta was a homemaker and enjoyed politics. She was a member of the League of Women’s Voters, loved to read and discussing politics.

Marietta is survived by sons Dan (Twila) Hiatt and Ross (Linda) Hiatt all of Galion; four grandchildren Don (Julie) Hiatt of Galion, Jon (Liz Hayes) Hiatt of Chicago, Illinois, Shawn (Tina Del Giudice) Hall of North Carolina and Sherri Sheriff of Galion; six great-grandchildren Kaylee, Tyler, Dylan, Andrew, Anjelica and Allison; three great great-grandchildren James, Grace and Aiden; a brother and a sister.

In addition to her parents and both husbands, she is preceded in death by a brother and five sisters.

At her request, no services will be held.

Memorial contributions may be made to HomeCare Matters Hospice in care of the funeral home.

Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes in Galion is honored to serve the family of Marietta Dominguez, and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • Dear Linda and Ross,
    As you know, Marietta and I became wonderful friends over the years. Each time I visited her or received a phone call from her, we would laugh so hard at the different topics we would discuss. She always had her own special opinion of how the world should run, but then there was the laughter that always followed. Oh, how I will miss her passion and sense of humor. She had a very strong faith, and we would often ask God questions together. We prayed each time I left her room, and I always left receiving more than I gave. I am just sorry she was sleeping so soundly a few nights ago and did not know I was there to see her. I will always remember her as a blessing to my life.
    Fondly,
    Marsha Cheesman

  • So sorry for your loss. I knew she was a client of mom’s and I had the pleasure of talking to her a few times when she was in the hospital. The loss of a mother is hard no matter what age. My thought and prayers are with you!!