Michael Dombrosky, 56

Recreation counselor

June 12, 2007

Michael J. Dombrosky, a retired Baltimore City recreation counselor and former Remington resident, died of kidney and liver failure Thursday at Cumberland Memorial Hospital. He was 56.

Mr. Dombrosky was born and raised in Baltimore. He was a 1967 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School in Irvington and attended what is now Baltimore City Community College.

He was a recreation counselor for 25 years at the city Bureau of Recreation and Parks. He worked at the Woodholme and Lakeland recreation centers before retiring in 1997.

Since 2001, he had lived in Cumberland, where he cared for his mother.

He liked reading, taking long walks and playing chess and pinochle.

Surviving are his mother, Margret U. Hannon-Deaton; two brothers, Thomas A. Dombrosky of Baltimore and Richard Dombrosky of Dundalk; and a sister, Rose Mary Carino of Baltimore.

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