Mike Dominy of Dominy Construction Group, along with other community leaders, is vying for HAMerica’s vote and the opportunity to pucker up and KISS-A-PIG in support of men and women with intellectual disabilities and those that have experienced a traumatic brain injury. Yet, to win HAMerica’s vote, he needs your help.
Please consider voting for Mike Dominy by making a tax-deductible donation to Annandale Village. Each dollar you are able to contribute will equal one vote for his candidacy. The candidate with the most votes, or funds raised, by June 30th will be named the winner of the Kiss-A-Pig Campaign! More importantly, your support will provide vital programs and services to help people with intellectual disabilities lead lives that reflect quality, value, self-worth, and achievement.
Please give generously…Mike Dominy really wants to KISS-A-PIG!
Mike Dominy has been in the business of growing Gwinnett and its surrounding counties since 1981, after moving to the area to work with the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce. Dominy has held senior management positions with Mobil Land Development Corporation and A.R. Weeks and Associates (now known as Duke Realty), where he focused on marketing commercial real estate development and construction services.
Since 1994, Dominy has owned and managed a commercial contracting company. Dominy Construction Group specializes in construction services primarily for small businesses and private institutions, including Annandale Village and several churches.
While participating in a project over 15 years ago, Dominy became aware of the remarkable people who live and work at Annandale Village. As a result of his interest, Dominy was invited to serve on the Board of Directors, where he currently serves as Vice President and Development Committee Chairman.
Throughout his career, Dominy has held leadership and advisory positions with many community business and service groups, such as the Gwinnett and Jackson Chambers of Commerce, the Council for Quality Growth, Braselton Rotary, Red Cross, United Way, Hi-Hope Service Center, and The Catholic Church of St. Monica.
Today, Annandale is the only organization with which Dominy is still actively involved because “There is no other place where one can see, day in and day out, the wonderful treatment that Annandale’s Villagers receive and the Villagers’ heartfelt appreciation for that service.” Dominy continues, “In short, I feel strongly that everything I do to help advance Annandale’s mission directly supports the Villagers, and in so doing, helps me become a better human being.”
Dominy lives in Braselton, Georgia with his wife, Betty, a retired Gwinnett County elementary school principal. His son, Tim, is his business partner, and his daughter, Amanda, is a Gwinnett County Schools educator.