Dombrosky, Harriet A.

December 29, 1962 - January 19, 2020

Harriett Ann Dombrosky, age 81, of McKinney, Texas passed away peacefully on January 19th, 2020.
Born October 5th, 1938 in Baytown, Texas to Harry and Martha Stegmann-Murski.  She grew up in Baytown and Caldwell, Texas.  She met her husband Francis B. Dombrosky in Austin, Texas on a blind date, and they married on December 29th, 1962.  They lived n Washington, D.C., Hawaii, Virginia, New York and Texas.  They resided in Plano, Texas for 17 years, and were residents of McKinney, TX since 1992.  Survivors include her spouse Francis B. Dombrosky, son Francis J. “Chip” Dombrosky and his children Larry Dombrosky and Clare Dombrosky, son Jeffery P. Dombrosky and his wife Ruth Ann Dombrosky, many lifelong friends and beloved relatives.
A memorial mass will be held at St. Micheal’s Catholic Church in McKinney, Texas on Friday, February 21st, 2020 at 11:00 a.m., with a reception to follow.
St. Michael’s Catholic Church
411 Paula Rd.
McKinney, TX 75069
In lieu of flowers please make a contribution in Harriett’s name to the American Diabetes Association or any charity of your choice.

12 replies on “Dombrosky, Harriet A.”

Gary Grant says:

We were sad to here of Harriett’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the friends and relatives of this wonderful woman.

Linda Bowling says:

We are so sorry for your loss. I know you will miss her tremendously.

Lynne Rowland says:

My second “Mom”, you and I shared a special friendship, and I never stopped loving you. I am forever thankful of all the ways you enriched my life. And touched to my very heart by the love you gave to Larry and Clare. I know you are with our Lord, and have joy and peace. I hope to hold your hand again, like we did on our special adventures together. I will always love you, and miss your earnest support through many years of my life. Love you always, Lynne

Eileen Spotts Cosby says:

So sad for your loss, Chip and Jeff. I know heaven’s gain will be the beauty of the ‘redhead’s” humor and deep love for her family. I hope you feel that still in her new life with Christ. Joe and I will be praying for your strength in the days to come and for your father.

Susan Flanagan Vice says:

Mr, D, Chip and Jeff,
This makes me so very sad. I loved your mom with my whole heart. While I trust she is in a happier place, it still leaves a hole in my heart.
Susan Vice

Karen Johnson says:

I’m so sorry for your loss. Count on our prayers for Harriet and all the family.

Karen Johnson says:

I’m so sorry for your loss. Count on our prayers for Harriet and all the family.

Kenny Gardner says:

Sorry to learn about your mother-in-law, Ruth. My condolences to you and Jeff.

Marcia Hurley says:

Our family has such fond memories of Aunt Harriet. We smile when we think of her “Texas” ways, her quick wit and loving heart. She was a inspiring wife, mother, grandmother and aunt. May her faithful soul rest in the peace and mercy of God.

Penny Hurlsman says:

This week I lost a cherished friend. For 35 years harriett has stood by me and believed in me. I will never forget the love and insight she gave to my life. My heart and my spirit will be lost without her. My love and prayers go to Fran and their sons and their families. I hope they know I will always cherish her memory .

Licinda (Lissi) Mytych Peters says:

It is said that people leave a memory or a mark on others by little things, or in little ways. I remember the first time I met Harriet. It was when my sister Lynne and Chip took me over to Chip’s parents house in Plano for dinner. I can still remember what I was wearing and how complimentary Harriet was to me about my outfit. She immediately made my nervous self feel at home. Thereafter, whenever I visited her home and spent time with Gammy, Harriet and the rest of the family it felt safe, natural and welcoming. If I ever become half the lady she was, I will consider myself a success.

Lita Donaldson says:

Love lasts, and special memories bring us comfort. Harriett was our second mom in those formative years after college. She made every visit special, a gracious host and a fantastic cook! Lori Mae fondly remembers homemade chocolate pudding. Wishing all family and friends peace, comfort, and love.

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