Joseph Dominic Trivitt was born June 7, 1979 to Antoinette Ioli and William Trivitt in Oklahoma City. Dominic resided in Oklahoma City. He was proceeded in death by his father William Trivitt, his mother Antoinette Priest His nephew Cameron Townsend his step brother Curtis Priest, his step father Ronnie Priest.He was survived by his sister Gina Beyer of Delaware and Krystal Jackson of Midwest City. His niece and 3 nephews.
Dominic was a bright shining star that burnt out too soon. He always lite up a room when he entered it.
He loved to make people laugh by being his silly self. He always seemed to find the saddest person in the room and spread his infectious happiness to them. Dominic never stopped moving, he loved to travel and spend time with his friends and family, he was always ready for a barbecue or family get together. Dominic loved his family beyond measure. If you where lucky enough to be loved by him, he loved you with all that he had. He was fiercely protective of those closest to him and would do whatever it took to protect his family. He was a man of great pride. He served his country with great pride and honor. He was proud to be a U.S. Navy Veteran. He graduated from U.S. Grant High School in 1997. After graduating High School he joined the United States Navy where he served with great pride and honor, he embarked on his voyage to basic training in Chicago in 1997 He was assigned to troop 280 where he met many life long friends. His navel career was short lived after a injury he sustained, caused his honorable discharge in July 2001. After his time in the Navy, he went to University of Oklahoma and received his accounting degree, which he used to build his future working for Chesapeake Energey, Sandridge Energy, Deven Energy, and Dorchester Ancova Energy where he excelled. Dominic strived for perfection always giving it his best. He touched many lives in a profound way. Dominic left this world on October 29, 2023 and joined them, on the other side. He will be greatly missed and a void in our hearts that will never be filled. Rest easy Dominic until we meet again.