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Frances "Elaine" Domke

Saturday, August 25th, 1951 - Thursday, April 30th, 2020
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Obituary

Frances “Elaine” Domke, 68, of Benton Harbor, MI passed away Thursday, April 30, 2020, at her home.

A Private Celebration of Life Service will be held on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at Starks & Menchinger Chapel and Cremation Service with Pastor Tim Sexton officiating. Burial will follow at Millburg Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Domke family in c/o Richard Domke. Those wishing to share a memory of Frances online my do so at www.starks-menchinger.com

Elaine was born August 25, 1951, to Francis and Doris (McCluskey) Williamson in St. Joseph, MI. On August 27, 1977, she married the love of her life, Richard Domke in Stevensville, MI. Elaine loved camping, watching birds, crochet and coloring books. Most of all she loved her family and will be missed by all who knew her.

She is survived by her loving husband, Richard Domke; children, Jerry (Tami) Doan and Tina Doan; grandchildren, Eliza, P.J., Samantha and Brandon; siblings, Vickie (Eddie) Rule, Sally (Tom) Mashak, Jackie Renfro and Hope McCluskey; Frances is also survived by many great neighbors, friends and her best friend, Craig Fair. She was preceded in death by her parents.



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Lonnie Sisk

Posted at 10:12am
I am a grade school classmate of Elaine and I am very sorry for her families loss may she rest in peace.....
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Faye blackburn

Posted at 07:51am
I’m so sad to hear about Elaine’s passing. It breaks my heart that I won’t be able to attend the memorial and hug all of her family that she loved dearly. We might go years without talking but when we reconnected it was like no time at all had passed. But every time we talked the subject would come up of “our tree”. It was the place we would meet during our early teens and sit in and discuss boys, school, boys, parents, boys. I loved our stay overs at her house. And her mother was the best. She was my soul mate. We had just made plans to get together when things got back to normal. And as always we ended the conversation with “I love you!” 💖
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Diana (Thomas) Doubl

Posted at 08:35pm
I went to Sorter school with her and worked with her at Zenith. I told her that I remembered at 8th grade dance that I envied her because she was so popular and a great dancer
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Craig Fair

Posted at 06:38pm
Most never know what they got till it's gone.
I will miss her so very much. Our talks, laughs,
and having a good meal. Oh at Thanksgiving what
a meal. Most of all our extended chats about numerous
subjects. And the sharing of Atomic Fire Balls!
The neatest and coolest human being I will ever know.
Both Elaine & Rick in my thoughts and prayers always.
She is not hurting anymore….. Craig

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Linda Abraham Helsel

Posted at 06:07pm
I was honored to know Elaine growing up throughout our teen years. So many sleep overs and just doing silly teenage things. Her Mother was always there for all of the girls, she made our outfits basketball cheerleading at Sorter school. I was fortunate to have reconnected with Elaine a few years back when a bunch of us from the old neighborhood got together. She was loved by many and will be missed by all.
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