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Carl Joseph Domigan

January 24 , 1978 - May 05 , 2024

Carl Joseph Domigan

January 24 , 1978 - May 05 , 2024


Saturday, May 18, 2024

1:00 ~ 8:00 PM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Sunday, May 19, 2024

10:00 AM

Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Interment at Michigan Memorial Park



DOMIGAN, Carl J., age 46 of Flat Rock, passed away on May 5, 2024. Beloved husband of Robert Martin. Loving brother of Robert (Ruth) Domigan, Jr. Dearest son of Cherie Domigan and the late Robert Domigan. Cherished uncle of Sylvie (Connor Ruetz) Domigan. He is survived by his mother-in-law, Delane Rockefellow, brother-in-law to Theresa Martin and James (Karla Siguenza) Rockefellow. Carl is preceded in death by his furry friend, Lucy. Carl and Robert spent eighteen loving years together and were married on September 17, 2022 in Charleston, South Carolina. Carl loved life. He enjoyed cooking, baking, traveling around the world and always giving back  to those he encountered. Carl was a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner at Henry Ford Health Detroit, and also worked as a nursing educator at Mott’s Children’s, University of Michigan Hospital where he provided 20 years of service. His career wasn’t just a job. He loved when he could help families and save lives. He absolutely loved the holidays and was often called “Mr. Christmas”. He enjoyed being with his family and often had them over for home cooked meals. Carl will be loved, missed and eternally remembered by those who knew him. Visitation Saturday, May 18, 2024 from 2:00 – 8:00 PM and service Sunday, May 19 2024 at 10:00 AM at Michigan Memorial Funeral Home. Denise Tucker, Celebrant will be the officiate. Interment will take place in Michigan Memorial Park. Michigan Memorial Funeral Home, (next to. Michigan Memorial Funeral Home, (next to Michigan Memorial Park) 30895 Huron River Dr., Huron Twp., (734) 783-2646. 



  • Carl will be dearly missed at Brandon Newborn ICU. Carl brightened up every day that he worked. He was one of the kindest most genuine people I have ever had the opportunity to know. Carl was a very special person to many people. He will be missed dearly. Bob & Sylvie he loved you both so much and spoke of you often on how much you meant to him. Sending love and healing prayers. He was a great friend that we will miss. Kimberly McCabe
  • Carl you were a wonderful brother in law and forever friend. I will never forget the love and care you gave to Sylvie and was always there for her. You were someone she could rely on. You will forever be missed. I am sure you were welcomed by your dad and grandparents. Sending love to you all in heaven. Please send some comfort to Bob and your brother, Mom and your niece. This will be hard for them especially. Gone to soon my friend. You will be missed. Carl You made the world better. Dede Morrow
  • Bod we are so sorry for you loss! I know that no words can ever comfort you during this loss but just know that his smiling, lite and loving personality will live on through the memories shared. If we can assist in anything please do not hesitate to reach out. Javier Anaya and Verlin Edwards
  • I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Carl. I worked with Carl few weekends at The Henry Ford NICU, he was such a kind, gentle, and soft-spoken person. He always had a smile on his face, and he was always willing to help others. He was a great coworker and he will be deeply missed. He was such a special person, and I'm so grateful that I had the opportunity to know him. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. With deepest sympathy, Kamel Ghaben Kamel Ghaben
  • The Walters family on Red Cedar send our condolences on the loss of Carl. May he rest in peace. Virginia Walters
  • I want to send my condolences to you and your family and Carl’s family as well. You were there for me in my difficult time and I want to extend the same grace, friendship and support that you gave me to you, may Carl rest in peace Angela Reynolds
  • Bob I’m so terribly sorry for your loss, thought you both looked so handsome on your wedding day..the photos were beautiful…God bless you ..Carl rest in heaven Jenny Ristich
  • I’ve been so honored to work with Carl at UofM over the years. Over the past couple of years getting to know Carl more when he joined the educator team in Brandon NICU, it was a joy to see the excitement and passion Carl had for helping nurses learn and grow. He is brilliant in more ways than one- full of wisdom, knowledge of caring for the NICU population, knew just what people needed for support, and always had something kind and encouraging to say. I’m going to miss joking with him and the presence of understanding he brought to our team and unit. There’s just nobody else like Carl, and I’m holding tightly to the blessing of knowing him. My thoughts and prayers go out to Carl’s family and all who loved him. We feel the loss deeply and grieve with the hope of living our days with the kind of joy that outlasts us. It’s clear that Carl did this by the many he impacted. Meagan Mashni
  • Carl was one of the kindest most loving people I know. He truly had a servants heart and the work he did was a vocation to him, not a job. He made everything look and appear effortless. I will always remember the countless conversations, his calming nature, guidance, the laughter, and the tears. Thank you Carl for making this world a better place with your loving, compassionate and empathetic heart. You were a touchstone for many of us in the NICU, and will be dearly missed. Janet Sides
  • I’ve had the privilege of working alongside Carl in several different roles over the past 12+ years. He was so kind to me when I was new in Brandon NICU. We primaried 27 week twins together and sat next to each other nearly every night shift for 5ish months. I learned so much from him and he always had a way of making me laugh in the midst of stressful situations. I miss him already. Bob and Sylvie, there are no words but people who’ve never met you are sending you so much love. Jen Bartlett
  • I worked along side Carl for many years. He was so loving and caring to his little patients. He was patient with the families. He was a kind and heartfelt man. I will miss the days that we talked and joked together. Brenda Hartwell
  • There will never be another like Carl. He trained me to be a NICU supervisor and had the absolute best sense of humor and clever wit. He improved our days just by being there. We will forever miss him. Sherry Mason
  • Carl was an excellent colleague and wonderful nurse. I worked with him over the years in numerous roles. He always had a smile to share and he was never impatient or upset no matter how chaotic things got. This is a rare gift in any field, especially medicine. He will be greatly missed by the Brandon NICU staff- nurses, leadership, & educators included. Courtney Keating
  • My condolences to Carl's husband and family. I met Carl back in 1999 and remained friends for many years but lost track of each other. I am so saddened to hear that he passed away. He was a great guy and will be missed. Robert Hellar
  • Carl was there for me during a rough patch in my life. This was before he became a nurse, but even then he could turn your day around with his wit and charm. I am better for having known him. He will be missed. Ken LaPointe
  • I worked with Carl in the NICU. He was incredibly kind and compassionate. No matter how busy of a day he was having he’d always stop and chat for a minute, asking how my day was going. His smile and laugh were infectious. His pure, kind soul will be greatly missed. Jane OConnor

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