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Dominick A. Castellitto


Dominick Anthony Castellitto, 78, of Hoboken, passed away peacefully on April 24th, 2023 surrounded by his loved ones. 

Dominick “Mimi” was born in Caserta, Italy on June 12th, 1944, and later migrated to New Jersey in 1957. He worked as a plumber and mechanic until he met his soulmate and opened Dom’s Bakery Grand.

Dominick was committed to serving the Hoboken community loaf by loaf until his retirement in January 2023. He took joy in sitting on his chair outside and gossiping with all of his customers. 

Dominick took pride in his heritage and the family he built!

He is predeceased by his father Joseph, his mother Antoinette and his brother Mike (Antoinette).

He is survived by his beautiful wife of 55 years, Florinda “Flo” (nee Policastro), his daughter JoAnne Perkins (Todd) and his son Joseph (Claudine). 

He deeply loved and will be missed dearly by his grandchildren, Dominick, Samantha (Patrick), TJ, Dominick and JJ. Dominick cherished his two great grandsons Dominick Andrew Jr. and Damian Corrado. He is survived by the most loving nieces and nephews.  

Dominick had a love for his family and friends that will never be forgotten. He enjoyed spending his free time breezing through the casinos and enjoying a glass of Averna. He will be deeply missed by everybody who he has ever crossed his path.

A funeral mass will be offered at St. Francis RC Church on Friday, April 28th, 2023, beginning at 10:30am.

Entombment following at Fairview Mausoleum in Fairview, NJ.

A visitation will be held at the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home; 533 Willow Avenue, Hoboken, NJ on Thursday, April 27th, 2023, beginning at 3pm and concluding at 8pm.

Parking available in rear of memorial home, off sixth street, between Park Avenue and Willow as well as off street designated parking.

In lieu of flowers, family ask that all donations to be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Dominick’s name: St. Jude Children’s Hospital Donation Link


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