Dominique Holmer obituary (1963 – 2021) – Northfield, NJ

Holmer, Dominique Chantel “My Little Pookie”, – 58, from Northfield, and Quimper, France, have peacefully moved into the skies. Arriving from France as a child, she grew up to achieve her goals of being a loving wife and a great mother to her two children; Brittany Christine and Philippe Christophe. She was always eager to proudly mark 30 years of marriage to her husband, Philip Eric. They met in Massachusetts while she was living in her favorite town of Newburyport. The family took root on the Jersey Shore and had a great time on the beach. She very much enjoyed taking the family on RV trips through the United States, including a trip around the Great Lakes. Between other trips visited the ancestral roots of the family and relatives in France and Norway. She often planned family trips as part of her husband’s business trips, allowing the children to discover new places. Dominique was full of energy like on long walks in New York City, or at home on the bike path walking her rescued dogs, including Cassie. As is often said, she was “Never Tomorrow Dom” because she was proactive and did everything now and never procrastinated. She leaves behind many friends and family, especially from Massachusetts; Parents Roger and Marie Brousseau, his sisters and family: Natalie & Jim Tevault, ‘Jay’ and Darren Tavernelli, and the Deeb family – Gary, Karen, Andrea and Stéphanie, and parents in France. The family requests that any keepsake be in the form of a donation to Cassies Roots, Atlantic County Rescue Shelter @ 240 Old Turnpike, Pleasantville, NJ, 08232, or call 609-485-2345. To send your condolences, email Philip Eric at [email protected] Arrangements and condolences on www.adams-perfect.com

Published by The Press of Atlantic City on September 29, 2021.

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