It is with great sorrow that we share the passing of our former Executive Director, Joseph J. DiDomenico. Joe led Disability Achievement Center from 2012 to 2022 and was an inspiration to all of us to make our organization the very best. He built and supported a team who brought his innovative ideas to fruition. He was a true leader and advocate for the disability community.
We honor Joe today, and always.
Here is the link to his obituary which includes service information: Dignity Memorial Joe DiDomenico. May he rest in peace.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Disability Achievement Center, a cause that was very dear to Joe.
Respect, Choice, Change
Richard is very passionate towards those individuals needing help or wanting to improve themselves. He enthusiastically shares his accounting and systems knowledge with co-workers. Also, after earning the rank of Black Belt in both Jiu Jitsu and Kempo Karate, Richard volunteered to instruct children and women with free self- defense classes. He totally enjoys seeing people become self -sufficient. That belief is in line with the goal of Disability Achievement Center to assist persons to gain or maintain independence at home, work and in all aspects of community life.