Aug. 3, 1932-March 29, 2017
Engineer, architect, artist, beloved husband and father and proud American.
Guglielmo D. Dadomo, known fondly as “Bill,” was born and grew up in Santa Stefano, Italy.
After serving in the Italian military, he immigrated to the United States. He served in the United States Army and proudly became a United States citizen in 1961. Living in Chicago, Bill worked for a large architectural design and engineering firm. He designed the International Business Building on the Notre Dame Campus and part of the Sears Tower.
Bill, his wife and son moved west and settled in La Cañada Flintridge. He continued his engineering and architectural career with the Los Angeles County Sanitation District, where he worked for 22 years. Upon retirement, he spent his time enjoying family trips, gardening, reading voraciously and creating amazing art, and spending time with the family he loved.
He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Dorothy, and his son Dante, sisters Sandra and Maria and many beloved nieces and nephews.