TAHLEQUAH, Ok -- Funeral services for Dominic "Dino" Fontana Rollice Jr. , were Friday, August 19, 2016 at Reed-Culver Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor L.B. Wildcat (Seq. Class of 1965) officiating. Interment followed at Barber Cemetery in Adair county. Pallbearers were: Caesar Rollice Sr., Ramon Rollice, Matthew Torrez, Marcus Torrez, Miguel Robles, Mike Welch, Raymond D'Ogas, and Joel Velez. Visitation was Thursday, August 18 at Reed-Culver.
Dino, began his life's journey on May 23, 1967 in Dallas, Texas, the son of Domingo "Pat" Fontana Rollice Jr. and Louisa Brackett Rollice (Seq.Class of 1963). Dino was an electrician by trade for more than 30 years, but in his free time took every chance he could to wet a line with his brother-in-law Mike Welch at their favorite fishing hole. He had a passion for music, gaining inspiration from the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley; he especially enjoyed playing guitar.
As a young man he attended Sequoyah High School (Senior 1986) and played every sport he could. Growing up he became a Dallas Cowboys fan and carried the same passion as a fan that he did as a player always making sure to catch the game.
As much as he enjoyed life and spending time doing the things he loved, nothing was more important to him than the love he had for his family. Dino's journey ended on August 12, 2016 in Tahlequah, OK at the age of 49. He will be deeply missed by all his friends and family
He is preceded in death by his grandmother Carmen Conde Rollice:, sister, Pamela Rollice Torrez and brother-in-law Jesse Torrez.
Those left to cherish his memory include his parents:, two sons: Dominic and Sammy Rollice of Tahlequah, OK, two daughters; Gabrielle and Gracie Rollice of Tahlequah: three brothers: Caesar Rollice (Seq. Class of 1984) and wife Sue of Oklahoma City, Ramon Rollice and wife Marsha of Tahlequah and Miguel Robles and wife Sofia of Dallas, TX; two sisters: Carmen Rollice Welch (Seq. Soph.1985) and husband Mike of Tahlequah. 13 nieces and nephews: Rachael Murphy, Carleigh Mauldin, Mose Murphy Jr., Timmie Murphy, Marcus Torrez, Nevaeh Torrez, Matthew Torrez, Jayden Torrez, Jessica Cardoza, Isaiah Torrez, Boom Rollice, Brady Perez and Caesar Rollice Jr. as well as a host of friends and loved ones.