Dominic \nVirgallito, Jr., 93, of Butler, Pennsylvania, passed \naway on December 11, 2020 at the Concordia Lutheran \nMinistries. \n\nHe was born July 2, 1927 in Sharon, Pennsylvania to \nthe late Dominic Virgallito and the late Rosannina \nFlocco Virgallito. \n\nDominic served in the U.S. Army from August 1945 to \nApril of 1947. He graduated from Sharon High School \nin 1945. Dominic graduated from Clarion State \nTeachers College in 1951 with a B.S. in Education. \nHe graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with \na Masters in Education in 1958. Dominic was employed \nin 1952 by the Butler Area School District and \nworked there for 37 years. He taught grades 6 and 7 \nat Lyndora School and then was appointed as an \nelementary principal from 1959 to 1989, where he was \nassigned to the Broad Street Elementary School and \nthe West End Elementary School. He was also assigned \nto the Connoquenessing Elementary School in 1984. \nDominic was a member of the Trinity Presbyterian \nChurch. He was life member of the Butler Elks Lodge \n#170. Dominic was an avid golfer and enjoyed singing \nin Barbershop Choruses and the Butler County \nFestival Choir. He was Vice-President and Corps \nDirector of the General Butler Vagabonds Drum and \nBugle Corps from 1966 to 1976.\n\nDominic is survived by his son, Larry (Debra) \nVirgallito of Renfrew, PA; one grandson, Chad \nHoskins of Virginia Beach, VA; one sister, Minnie \nKacerski of Sharon, PA; and numerous nieces and \nnephews. \n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby wife, DeRose Laughlin Virgallito, who he married \non February 14, 1952 and who passed away on December \n17, 1995; and two sisters, Katherine Marinoff, and \nJosephine Huffman.\n\nThere will be no public visitation or funeral.\n\nEntombment took place at the Chapel of Devotion \nMausoleum in Butler County Memorial Park. \n\nMemorials donations are suggested to the Donor's \nFavorite Charity.