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 Doroba, Casimir
Born: 12/16/1933
Died: 07/21/2014
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Doroba, Casimir

               Doroba, Casimir age 80 of Mine Hill, NJ died Monday July 21st, 2014 at the Morristown Medical Center. Born in Poland, he came to the United States in 1949. After living in Clifton for many years, Casimir relocated to Mine Hill twenty-seven years ago.

              Son of the late Stanley and Julia (Betnar) Doroba, Casimir proudly served in the United Sates Army just after the Korean War from 1956 to 1958. He worked thirty years as a Bus Driver for NJ Transit out of the Nutley terminal until his retirement. Mr. Doroba enjoyed animals especially his two dogs as well as being a serious automobile enthusiast. One of his regular pastimes was listening to the radio and Country music as well as the Weather Channel. A loving and devoted husband, father, sibling and uncle, Casimir will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

               Pre deceased by his sister Katherine Rogalski, he is survived by his beloved wife of fifty years Sophia (Dobek) Doroba. Also surviving are his son Mark and his wife Colleen of Ocean Twp., his niece Diane Socha as well as his three nephews Frank, Edward and Chester Rogalski.       

          A Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday July 25th at 10:00 AM in the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church #345 South Main St. (Rt. 46) Wharton, NJ. Interment will follow in the St. Michaels RC Cemetery #120 Saddle River Rd. S. Hackensack, NJ. Visitation will be Thursday July 24th from 7-9 PM in the Smith-Taylor-Ruggiero Funeral Home One Baker Ave. Dover, NJ. In lieu of flowers memorials in Casimir’s name may be made to the American Heart Association www.heart.org  

 
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Fathers are special people.There are so many subtle gifts... gifts of time, of listening, of patience, of sharing their passion for autos ). They give to their children in so many non-chalant ways that sometimes their gifts do not get realized 'til much later. Jim and I offer the Doroba and Zilles family are sincerest condolences at this difficult time in your lives.
Margaret O'Brien + Jim Buonincontri
To the Family of Casimir Doroba, As one of Jehovah's Witnesses, I wish to extend to you my sincerest condolences. There may be many questions that came to mind about life, as well as death. The Bible, God's word clears up these questions, just to name a few: Why does God permit suffering? Why can we be sure that you have the prospect of being reunited with your dear loved one again, right here on earth? What really happens to the dead? To learn more, please feel free to get in touch with us at the local Kingdom Hall in your area or write us for a free home Bible study at WWW.JW.ORG May the memories of your dear loved one along with the Bible's resurrection promise bring you comfort at this time. John 5:28,29 /Revelation 21:3,4 With Heartfelt Sympathy, Carolyn
Carolyn
Casimir was my classmate at St, Joseph's in Passaic, We always seemed to have a lot to chat about (in Polish) and I so treasured his friendship, My deepest sympathy to Sophia, Mark, Colleen and all his dear ones.
Fred Milos
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