Domenic A. “Dee Dee” Frasca

With deep sorrow, we announce the passing of Domenic A. Frasca, a distinguished World War II veteran and esteemed Justice Magistrate, who peacefully departed this life at the age of 102 on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12, 2024. Domenic spent his final years under the loving care of his stepdaughter, Hope Mackey, and her husband, Rich Mackey.

Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1922, Domenic was raised with love and guidance, alongside his three beloved siblings growing up on Larmar Avenue. He demonstrated unparalleled bravery and valor when he fearlessly answered the call to serve in the United States Army during World War II, where his bravery and dedication left an indelible mark on all who served alongside him.

Returning home after the war, Domenic embarked on a distinguished career in law, becoming a respected Justice Magistrate known for his unwavering commitment to justice and fairness. His legacy of integrity continues to inspire those who follow in his footsteps.

In his final years, Domenic found solace and comfort in the nurturing embrace of Hope and Rich, who provided him with the love, care, and dignity he deserved.

Domenic's memory will be forever cherished by his family. He is preceded in death by his mother Rose Frasca, father Charles Frasca, brother Philip Frasca, and sister Rena Frasca Labriola. He is survived by his brother John Frasca, numerous nieces, nephews, and a multitude of friends and acquaintances whose lives he touched with his kindness, wisdom, and generosity.

Friends received in the William F. Gross Funeral Home, Ltd. 11735 Frankstown Road (at Rodi Road) Penn Hills on Thursday, May 16, 2024 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Saint Jude Parish, Sacred Heart Church, 310 Shady Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15206 on Friday, May 17, 2024 at 10 a.m. EVERYONE PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial donation to a Catholic charity of your choice.

Rest in peace, dear Domenic. Your enduring legacy of service, courage, and compassion will continue to inspire us all.