Mary Elizabeth Dombeck, 58, of New Castle passed away Monday, July 12, 2021 at UPMC Shadyside Hospital following a short but courageous battle with cancer.
Born January 7, 1963 in Fort Knox, KY, she was the daughter of J. Charles Dombeck and the late C. Patricia Vlah. She passed on March 12, 1988.
She was employed at the Lawrence County Courthouse from July 18 1994, currently the Judicial Executive Secretary to President Judge Motto. She also worked part time at the former K-Mart and at Aldi’s. She was a graduate of Mohawk High School in 1980, attended Clarion University, and loved her dog Jack.
Survivors include her father Charles “Chuck” Dombeck and her step-mother Grace Dombeck of Wampum; daughter, Casey (Shawn) Macek Palmer of Monaca; two sisters, Jackie Dombeck McBride of New Castle and Janet (Mike) Dombeck Novad of Bessemer; brother, John J. (Billi Jo) Dombeck of Ellwood City; three nephews, four nieces and their families.
In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by an infant brother.
Visiting hours will be held on Thursday July 15, 2021 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm and from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, 341 Main Street Wampum.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at the Holy Redeemer Church on July 16, 2021 at 10:00 am with Father Mark Thomas officiating.
Interment will follow in St. Anthony Cemetery in Bessemer.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
To the Mary Dombeck Family:
Please accept my sincerest sympathies for the passing of Mary. From my time at the courthouse, I knew Mary as a sweet and kind person who always had a welcoming smile and warming personality. Mary and I had many good laughs together. I shall always remember Mary and miss her presence.
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your mother. I know how much she meant to you. I will keep you in my prayers and pray for the Lord to give you the strength you will need to get through the days ahead. Again, my deepest sympathy.
Love you and thinking of you,
Dear Casey, You have my deepest sympathy. You were great neighbors on Highland Ave. I’ll always remember the sweet person helping me shovel out my driveway. I saw you mom at Aldi’s while she was working. She looked so good. It was nice talking with her. I cannot believe all that has happened. I’m so sorry for you. Remember time heals but you never forget someone you love. God Bless. Barbara Troutman.
My deepest sympathy
Casey, You have my deepest sympathy. You both were great neighbors. I’ll always remember the sweet person helping me shovel out my car from the snow. I saw your mom at Aldi’s while she was working. She looked so good. It was nice to talk with her. I cannot believe all that has happened. I’m so sorry! Remember time heals but you never forget someone you love. God Bless. Barbara Troutman