Mrs. Louise G. Dominick, 92 of Rochester Hills, passed away Friday morning, September 23, 2011 at Crittenton Medical Center in Rochester Hills. She was born on June 22, 1919 at her home in Rapson to the late Frank and Anna (Schipinski) Cornett. She married Bernard E. Dominick on November 25, 1939 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Dwight. He preceded her in death on May 18, 1968. Louise attended the Lincoln # 1 Country School and Old St. Mary Catholic School in Detroit. She grew up on a farm near Rapson and worked at the Bad Axe Co-op Elevator sorting navy beans with many of her neighbors and friends. After marrying, Louise and Bernard made their home in Clawson where they raised their family. She was employed at the Clawson Schools. Louise and Bernie enjoyed spending time with their family at their cottage near Caseville for many years. She was a parishioner of both St. Andrew Catholic Church and Our Lady of the Hills Catholic Church in Rochester Hills where she was a parishioner for many years. Later in life, she and Bernie built their home in Rochester Hills in 1968 and he passed away May 18th of that same year. Louise never remarried and was quite independent, caring for her home and property by herself. She enjoyed gardening, sewing, playing the organ and caring for her flowers, especially her beautiful roses. She loved to go to dances and was quite a good dancer herself. She worked at church Polish festivals in Detroit and was called “The Dancing Waitress”. Louise is survived by her children, Joan Roberts and her husband, Paul of Chesterfield, MO, Terry Dominick of Almont, Dr. Gene Dominick and his wife, Janice, of Bad Axe; 7 grandchildren, Nelson A. Roberts and his wife, Lynn of Boulder, Colo., Michelle Swain and her husband, Doug, of St. Charles, MO, Bryan Dominick and his wife, Jane, of Allenton, Michael Dominick of Gaylord, Joseph Dominick and his wife, Connie of Warren, James Dominick and his wife, Brenda of Clinton Twp., Mary (Dominick) Gayed of Warren; 15 great grandchildren; one sister, Beatrice Mayes of Bay City. She was preceded in death by her daughter Renee` Feltner, her brother, Leo Cornett and her sister, Gladys Schumacher; two brothers-in-law, Clarence Mayes and Walter Schumacher. Mass of Christian Burial will be 11 am Wednesday, September 28 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Dwight. Rev. Donald Eppenbrock will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation will be at the Zinger-Smigielski Funeral Home in Ubly on Tuesday from 1-9 pm and Wednesday from 10-11 am at the church only. Memorials are requested to St. Mary Catholic Church in Dwight Twp.