Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
DOMANN, Kevin J.

DOMANN, Kevin J.

KEVIN J. DOMANN. Age 56. Beloved son of the late Bernard and Catherine (nee Murphy). Loving brother of the late Lynn Caine, Karen Komondor (Scott), Mary Kay Shelton (Deborah Ornowski) and the late Bernard. Loving uncle of John “JJ” Caine (Julia), Jaclyn Welder (Adam), Scott Caine (Erika), Brett Caine and Macaulee Shelton. Loving great uncle to Emily and Jackson Welder. Visitation 2-4 and 5-8 Fri. 9/30 at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma, Oh 44129. Funeral Mass Sat. 10/1 at 10am at St. Malachi. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Kevin brought genuine joy and happiness to countless friends, neighbors, and perfect strangers. In Lieu of flowers, Kevin requested donations to the ASPCA or the scleroderma foundation. For more on Kevin’s life and to offer condolences visit

Kevin was the youngest of the five Domann kids. He graduated from Padua High School and went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in Legal Communication from Ohio University. He loved his dog Freeway more than anything in the world. They had an incredible bond. Freeway never left Kevin’s side and was extremely devoted to him. We will all miss him as well! When Kevin was able, he loved to golf, go to sporting events and especially skydive! He was constantly working in his yard and was a little obsessed about his grass.  He loved every one of God’s creatures and had an affinity to Saint Francis of Assisi. Kevin loved talking to strangers and really enjoyed getting to know them. He would make them laugh or they would walk away with a loving insight about something deep or insightful that he said. He was genuinely happy for people when they were able to do things that he was not able to do. We will all miss his infectious smile and his genuine concern for all. He has affected so many people with his huge loving heart. He will be missed by many. We love you forever, Kevin.

Messages of Condolence

  1. My sincere deepest condolences to the entire family on such a tough loss of a beautiful soul . My memories of Kevin are always of him with a smiling face and some funny comment . He was always happy whenever I saw him despite his health issues . May he Rest In Peace for eternity .

  2. So very sorry for your loss. You were an incredible sister to Kevin – mike and I send prayers to you and Karen- and all the family.

  3. So sorry for your loss. I was a nurse with your mother at PCGH ER, your dad did our taxes, babysat for all of you. John is a 4th degree knight. loved talking to Kevin., he is with Cathy and Bernie now.

  4. Glad I met you at O.U. We were a special group of friends. The 9th floor rocked and a lot of good times. I enjoyed our conversations over the years. In August, I thank you for calling. You’re were too young and will be missed. Thoughts and prayers for the family. God’s Peace spuds!

  5. Kevin was a neighbor (until his family moved) and became good friends with our son, Brian. He was always happy. Never saw him without a smile on his face. In the last few years he would stop by our house, honk the horn and we would go out to his van and talk to him and Freeway. Always positive and did not complain about any pain. Though we knew he suffered greatly. Rest In Peace Kevin. We loved you and will miss you. “Mrs. A”

  6. On behalf of Mary Kay’s (undergrad) college girlfriends, we extend our deepest condolences during this difficult time. Those we hold closest to our hearts live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives. Our love and thoughts go out to your family.

  7. My deepest condolences. May his memory be a blessing to all that knew (and loved) him. Kevin had the biggest ❤️

  8. Kevin was a great Cousin. He always mad me smiling and would cheer me up if I was having a bad day for some reason. I remember the Foreigner concert him and I went to a few years ago at the Northfield Casino. It was an awesome time and we had like front row seats. You will definitely be missed cuz! I can’t wait to see you in Heaven one day. I love you man!

  9. We had such great times as kids growing up in Parma. Our dads where lifetime friends. So sorry for your loss. What great memories we have of Kevin, Bernie , and Lynn. Our deepest sympathy.

  10. My deepest sympathy goes out to Kevin’s family and friends. Kevin was a great neighbor and friend. He kept his yard immaculate. He was devoted to his sweet dog Freeway. I loved to go help him when he called or asked. We only had about a year with Kevin and he will be greatly missed. I hope he finally gets to be with the baby goats which he told me was on his bucket list. Kevin was sweet and funny I only wish we had more time with him. Love ya Kevin.

  11. I am so very sad to hear of Kevin’s passing. I was one of his teachers at Padua and kept in touch with him through the years. I will always remember his sweet personality and positive outlook. May he rest in peace.

  12. MKD, I don’t even know what to say, except – my sincere condolences to you and the entire family on the loss of a beautiful human. If I can do something please reach out.

  13. I am so sad to hear this. I’m a fellow Padua Bruin that had the joy of knowing Kevin. I last saw him at a Padua football game. He was so happy to be back at Padua with his friends. Rest In Peace Kevin.

  14. Rest In Peace dear cousin, Kevin. Look forward to laughing with you again someday. You were ALWAYS a positive influence in my life and I will miss you. Love you, buddy! Cousin, Mark Domann

  15. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I am sure Kevin is safely in the embrace of a loving God. May he Rest In Peace!

  16. Heaven rejoices, as earth weeps!

    My deepest sympathy, to Kevin’s family.
    I am so sorry for your loss, but so very elated for HIM, to be free of all of his pain, & suffering. Now he is not only surrounded by his beloved parents, & siblings, who went ahead, & saved a place for him… but in the sweet embrace of Jesus!!!
    Rest in perfect peace, Kevin.

  17. My deepest condolences to you and your family Karen. Tho I was not fortunate to have met him it sounds like Kevin was a truly beautiful soul.

  18. Dear Cousin Kevin, sorry you had to leave us so soon but I know in my heart that you were ready to be reunited with Bernie, Lynn and Mom n Dad. I will hold close to my heart the good times/talks we had together and really enjoyed my most recent visit and how much you liked your new home and I was impressed how all the neighborhood kids knew you and the ability you had to communicate with them.Say hi to my Dad, Berndawg and all the family you are reunited with. I’m hurting I’m not able to celebrate your life this weekend, but I know I will be represented well by Jody and our Brother Knights. You will be in my thoughts and prayers today, tomorrow and always. Missing you already and may God’s presence guide you to heaven and I pray for Peace and Comfort provided by Jesus Christ to Karen, Mary Kay and the rest of you’re family and friends. REST IN PEACE, Love you Cousin, Cousin/Brother Mike

  19. We were so sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing. Our hearts go out to you! May his memory be a blessing.
    (I didn’t have anyone’s email address for notification, but just want to let you know we did make a donation in his memory to the Scleroderma Foundation in his memory.)

  20. I met Kevin back in 1996 when he worked for a company that I had to contact on a routine basis from my employer in Seattle. We always had great chats and he would send me pictures during the holidays. What a gentle and wonderful soul. I never made it out to Ohio, but we kept in touch over the years. My deepest condolences to his family for such a huge loss. My dear friend, may you always walk in the light and enjoy the peace of going home. I’ll keep you in my prayers, Kev. ~ Your favorite nomad.

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