Dominic John Bronell

Dominic John Bronell

October 05, 1946 - July 05, 2009

Dominic John Bronell

October 05, 1946 - July 05, 2009


Dr. Dominic Bronell, who has practiced psychology in Orange County for over 30 years, passed away unexpectedly on July 5, 2009.

Dominic was born in Paris and his family moved to Los Angeles when he was a young boy. He attended private schools until matriculating in California State University at Los Angeles. He received his B.A. and M.A. in Psychology from this university where he was an active member of his beloved fraternity, Sigma Nu. Dominic went on to receive his Doctorate in Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego Campus. Dr. Bronell specialized in addictionology and individual and family counseling. He also had years of experience as an employee assistance counsel at several corporations. He was a member of the California and American Psychological Associations, as well as the California Marriage and Family Association. Dominic was an active sportsman. He loved to sail, scuba dive, and water ski. He owned his own airplane and loved to fly around western California and Mexico. He regularly flew doctors to serve in a clinic in Mexico.

Dominic was survived by his mother, Ginette Bronell; his brother, Frankie Bronell; and Antoinette Bascone, his companion of seventeen years, and her two children. He was loved dearly and will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

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12 responses to Dominic John Bronell

  1. Cindi says:

    Why does God need to pick the finest of finest roses for his garden? Dominic taught me everything I know. I am a successful person both professionally and emotionally all due to this wonderful man. I’ve worked so hard on myself and because of Dominic, I love me. He will always be a burning fire in my spirit. Thank You Dominic and I love you. Cindi

  2. Sherri Board says:

    The first thing I remember about Dr. Bronell is that he never wanted to talk about himself. I spent many hours talking to him and what he gave me in the end was . . . Myself. Something that I never was familiar with until him. What a nice, kind, giving human being he was. I have to tell myself now that he’s gone, that I’m a big girl now.

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