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Memorial for Dominick Capone

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Dominick Frank Capone III of Rogers, Arkansas passed away on Thursday, October 8, 2020. He was born April 2, 1945 in Troy, NY to Frank and Marie Capone. He is preceded in death by his loving wife of 33 years, Marilyn June Capone, his parents, one brother, Frank, and one sister, Maryann. Dominick leaves behind four children – Theresa Edens, Susan Hennessee, Brenda Capone-Kingston, and Dominick Capone IV and 5 grandchildren – Zachary Edens, Chase and Hunter Hennessee, Molly and John “Patrick” Kingston IV, and Zaida Capone. Dominick attended Cornell University in New York and went on to join the United States Navy where he served his country 17 years. He settled his family in Morrow, AR, and became involved in the community, building and leading local Boy Scout troops. He was also an honorary member of the Pi Kappa Alpha house at the University of Arkansas, and enjoyed spending time with the members. He stayed busy recording his favorite recipes, knitting for friends and family, and caring for his little dog, Sandy. Due to the current pandemic, the family will celebrate his life privately. Arrangements by Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home, Rogers, Arkansas.