Virgil Domino Obituary, Death – Virgil L. Domino, the son of Floyd and Carrie (Brown) Domino, was born on Thursday, August 31, 1922 in Nemaha, Iowa. Virgil L. Domino was the son of Floyd Domino and Carrie (Brown) Domino. Floyd and Carrie were his parents’ names when they had him (Brown). On the seventh of January in the year 2023, he took his last breath in the St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and then he departed this life. One hundred years had passed since he was born.
In 1940, Virgil received his diploma from the high school located in Rembrandt, Iowa. He is a graduate of the Business College in Iowa, where he earned his schooling. In the year 1945, Virgil weds the woman who had previously held the title of Miss Mildred Marie “Millie” Hutchinson in the city of Boise, Idaho. Millie Hutchinson was once known as Miss Mildred Marie. She passed away on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, a few days before to his passing on the same day.
The marriage between Virgil and “Millie” lasted for a combined 72 years. Only Virgil took care of her throughout her final years in the house they shared in Broken Arrow; it was there that the two of them had spent their lives together. When he was playing around with the members of the Legion a few years ago, he mentioned that he had an elderly wife who was 101 years old. The members of the Legion were surprised to hear this information. Given that they have such a sense of humor, it is not unexpected that they have lived for such a long time given how long they have been around.
Virgil insists that he was nothing more than a typical farm lad from Iowa who grew up to have a fascination with flying and who, when he was younger, assembled model airplanes from their respective kits. On November 20, 1942, he signed up to serve in the army of the United States. His initial schooling took place in St. Louis, Missouri, which is located in the state of Missouri. In order to fulfill his ambition of becoming a pilot, he joined the United States Army Air Corps as soon as he was able to do so. This allowed him to get closer to realizing his goal.
He received his pilot’s license in a PT-22 (Ryan), which was his first airplane, while he was stationed in Hemet, California. This was during the time that he was in the military. The government had requested of him that he move to California from Beloit, Wisconsin. They wanted him to comply with this request. During the period that he spent in California, he had the desire to one day become a Flight Officer and pilot the P-38, which was the most advanced aircraft that was currently in service at the time.