Leon J Trombley

Press-Republican—Thursday, February 12, 1981

Leon J. Trombley
Trombley, 64, of the Wallace Hill
Road died Tuesday evening at the
CVPH Medical Center.
He was born in Pittsburgh on
Dec. 15, 1916, the son of Leo and
Matilda (Duquette) Trombley.
Mr. Trombley was a retired truck
driver for Pittsburgh Quarries Inc.
He was a communicant of St.
Peter’s Church.
Mr. Trombley is survived by his
wife, the former Delia Duprey; five
daughter, Mrs Lyle (Shirley)
Gregware of Malone, Mrs. Arthur
(Marie) Maggy of Morrisonville,
Mrs Louis (Marion) Rivers of
Lockport, N.Y., Mrs. James (Janet)
St. John of Peru and Mrs. Pauline
Rabideau of Balston Spa, N.Y.; five
sons, Leo of Albany, Richard of
Balston Spa, Ronnie of Cadyville,
Jerry of Key West Fla. and Gordon
of Chicopee, Mass.; four sisters,
Mrs. Edward (Norma) Gebo of
Cobleskill, Mrs. Clarence
(Margaret) Miner of Plattsburgh,
Mrs. David (Florence) Supernault
of Plattsburgh and Mrs. Richard
(Elizabeth) Dickson of Hudson
Falls; two brothers, Walter of Pennsylvania
and Lorn of Florida; five
step-children, Mrs. Barbara Gibson
of Brooklyn, Albert Barcomb of
West Chazy, Alton, Francis Barcomb
of Altona and Adrian Barcomb
of Connecticut; 59 grandchildren
and eight great grandchildren.
Calling hours will be at the Brown
Funeral Home today 2-4 and 7-9
Funeral mass will be Friday at 10
a.m. at St. Peter’s Church.

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