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Lydia Francis Coelho Dominici, 95,

Lydia Francis Coelho Dominici, 95, of Milford, passed away peacefully at Countryside Health Care where she was dearly loved.  She was the daughter of the late Arthur and Belmira Coelho, sister of Deena Herlihy and Alice Tessicini and the late Elsie Hoberg.  Lydia was born and raised on Lawrence Street in Milford.  She graduated from Milford High School Class of ‘45 and attended Wilfred Academy Beauty School in Boston.  She married Raymond L. Dominici in 1948 who passed away in 2013.            

Lydia and Ray raised three daughters, Deb Letourneau, Amy Dominici and Denise Mello on Lawrence Street until they built a new house on Highland Street in 1965 complete with her own hair salon “Lydia’s Beauty Shop”. It was there that Lydia was beloved by her many Portuguese customers and of course, cut and styled hair for her whole family from the youngest grandchild to her elderly parents.            

Lydia will surely be missed by all including two son-in laws, Gary Letourneau and Russell Mello, grandchildren Christopher and Adam Letourneau, LeeAnne and Haley Smith and Taylor and Olivia Mello, and six great grandchildren.            

The funeral will be held Saturday, March 11, 2023 at 10 A.M. from the Consigli Ruggerio Funeral Home 46 Water St. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11 A.M. in the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church 5 East Main St. The burial will be in the St. Mary’s Cemetery on Cedar St.

Calling hours will be held Friday from 4 to 7 P.M. 


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Lydia was beloved by all generations of her family. She showered them with affection and could always be counted on to be supportive of her friends. She will be remembered as a real lady who, raised her daughters in the warmth of a loving household. They, in turn, have grown up reflecting her image. My wife, Barbara, and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to Lydia's entire family. She will be missed by all.
Louis Bertonazzi


Lydia was beloved by all generations of her family. She showered affection on all of them and could always be counted on to be supportive of her friends. She will be remembered as a real lady who, along with her husband, raised her daughters in the warmth of a loving household. They, in turn, have grown up reflecting her image. My wife , Barbara, and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to Lydia's entire family. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Louis Bertonazzi


Lydia was beloved by all generations of her family. She showered affection on all of them and could always be counted on to be supportive of her friends as well She will be remembered as a real lady who, along with her husband raised her daughters in the warmth of a loving household. They, in turn, have grown up reflecting her image. My wife, Barbara, and I want to extend our greatest sympathy to Lydia's entire family. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Louis Bertonazzi


When ever my mother- in -law came to visit from Portugal (many times) , the first family she asked to visit was Lydia, Dina , Alice and parents when they were still alive. Not only because the parents were neighbors back home but were very good friends as well. I can still remember Lydia’s Dad senhor Artur and my husband playing the accordion in the back yard , poor Ray could not understand much but that did not matter he still had a great time. We had some great visits and lunches together. “ the good old days “ Lydia will be missed by many , she was one of a kind , sweet, kind and beautiful in and out. Had a way of making us feel beautiful too with all the nice haircuts. May you rest in peace my friend, your in our hearts for ever. To everyone in her family, our very deepest sympathy 🙏♥️
Maria & John Alves.


When ever my mother- in -law came to visit from Portugal (many times) , the first family she asked to visit was Lydia, Dina , Alice and parents when they were still alive. Not only because the parents were neighbors back home but were very good friends as well. I can still remember Lydia’s Dad senhor Artur and my husband playing the accordion in the back yard , poor Ray could not understand much but that did not matter he still had a great time. We had some great visits and lunches together. “ the good old days “ Lydia will be missed by many , she was one of a kind , sweet, kind and beautiful in and out. Had a way of making us feel beautiful too with all the nice haircuts. May you rest in peace my friend, your in our hearts for ever. To everyone in her family, our very deepest sympathy 🙏♥️
Maria & John Alves.


I am 73 and graduated with Debbie. When I was very young, my aunt brought me to the beauty shop above the dry cleaners. I loved Lydia. She was so sweet and a beautiful lady. Please accept my sincere sympathy
Mary Garagliano


Debbie, Amy and Denise. I have such great memories of your mom from her highland Street days. Every 6-8 weeks I went with my mom to Highland Street where my mom had her regular haircut and style. I remember her styling my hair for the prom and for my wedding. She was sweet and kind and had beautiful stunning blue eyes. Such a beautiful women inside and out. Rest in Peace Lydia❤️
Rosemary DaCosta Cerqueira


Debbie, Amy , Denise, Alice, Deena and Lydia's entire Family When I count the blessings of my youth - Lydia is always counted twice My heart paused when hearing of her passing - Lydia had a positive influence , which I have carried throughout my entire life Speaking for the Sharp Family - Lydia was a wonderful woman , a lovely lady and a gift given to us from Above
Paul Joey Sharp


Deb, Amy, and Denise and family, My sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. I have wonderful memories of our days on Lawrence St. May she rest in peace.
Dick Sharp


Deb, Amy, and Denise and family, My sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. I have wonderful memories of our days on Lawrence St. May she rest in peace.
Dick Sharp


Debbie, Amy, Denise and families, So sorry to hear this sad, sad news. So many wonderful memories of the Lawrence St. days and the friendship between our mothers that caried to the next generation and beyond. May Sweet Lydia rest with the angels.
Patty Sharp


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