Sharon G Trombley

Life Legacy

PLATTSBURGH—Sharon G. King, 59, of McKinley Avenue, died Sunday, December 8, 2013 at the CVPH Medical Center.
She was born in Plattsburgh on August 14, 1954 the daughter of Walter and Bertha (Nephew) Trombley.
Sharon worked in Quality Control for Arpak in Plattsburgh. She was a member of the Beekmantown Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and later the Altona Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.
She enjoyed playing cards, watching crime shows on TV, listening to music and spending time with her family.
She is survived by her husband, Arnold King of Plattsburgh; her children, Jason King, Josh and Shannan King, Jonah and Lottie King and Jessica King all of Plattsburgh; two grandchildren, Angel and Ryan King of Plattsburgh; her siblings, Betty and Martin Gregory of Ellenburg Center, Isabelle and Eugene Cassavaugh of Lewis, Sandra King of Plattsburgh, Arnold Trombley of Keeseville, Wayne and Judy Trombley of Swanton, VT and Kenny and Mary Trombley of West Chazy and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her parents, Walter and Bertha Trombley, two sisters, Joyce Hanen and Joan Trombley, two brothers, Andrew Trombley and Terry Trombley, two nephews, Cary Gregory and AJ Trombley, a brother-in-law Ronald King and sister-in-law Ruby Trombley
Calling hours will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 4 to 7 pm at the R. W. Walker Funeral Home, 69 Court Street, Plattsburgh.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter’s Church in Plattsburgh.
Burial will be at a later date in the parish cemetery.

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Alba Joan (Joanie) Roberts


PLATTSBURGH — Joanie Roberts, 70, formerly of Mooers, N.Y., passed away peacefully at CVPH on Feb. 11, 2011, after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her loving family and friends and she will be dearly missed.

Joanie enjoyed cooking for her family, going to the casino and spending time with her many friends at Blue Haven Campground playing cards, tooling around on her golf cart and having fun. She could always be counted on to pull a good prank and she endeared countless people to her with her zest for life and laughter.

Joanie was born in Ellenburg Center, N.Y., on January 7, 1941, the daughter of Della (LeClair) and Elsworth Trombley. In 1959, she married Gerald Roberts and they enjoyed 48 years of marriage before his passing in 2007.

Joanie is survived by her children, Marybeth Schraders (Bas), Amy Gardner (Michael), Joseph Roberts and Anthony Roberts (Brenda). She was dearly loved by her ten grandchildren, Jared, Jacob, Jana, Justin (Madonna), Jill (Stephen), Juliana, Gabriella, Ryan, Aidan and Owen; and she greatly anticipated the upcoming birth of her first great-grandchild.

She also leaves behind her sisters, Doris Mooney and Frances Tourville; and her brothers, Lester Trombley, Robert Trombley (Debbie) and Leonard Trombley (Wanda). Also surviving Joanie are her aunts, Hilda Duffina and Eleanor Gaffney; along with a niece, Penny Castine, who was like a daughter to her. She held close to her heart many wonderful friends; nieces and nephews and they will feel her loss deeply.

Joanie was predeceased by her parents, Della (LeClair) and Elsworth Trombley; her husband, Gerald Roberts; her brother, Father Joseph Trombley; her brothers-in-law, Ross Mooney and Norman Tourville; and her sister-in-law, Kay Trombley.

Calling hours will be held at Ross Funeral Home, 2587 State Route 11 in Mooers, N.Y., on Monday, Feb. 14, from 3 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at St. Joseph’s Church in Mooers, N.Y., at 1p.m.

Interment will be at a later date at St. Edmund’s Cemetery in Ellenburg, N.Y.

Special thanks to Dr. Duus and the staff on the 4th floor of CVPH. Their kindness and compassion went above and beyond the call of duty and will be remembered with much appreciation.

The family asks that any donations be made to Our Lady of the Adirondacks House of Prayer.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Ross Funeral Home, 2587 State Route 11, Mooers, N.Y.; (518) 236-2222.

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Rev. Joseph Peter Trombley

Written by
Wednesday, March 28, 2001
ELLENBURG — Rev. Joseph Peter Trombley, 61, died on March 28, 2001, at St. Edmund’s Rectory in Ellenburg. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at St. Edmund’s Church in Ellenburg on Saturday, March 31st, at 11 a.m. The Most Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of the Diocese of Ogdensburg, will preside at the funeral liturgy with the priests of the Diocese concelebrating. Father John L. Downs will be the homilist. The body will lie in state at St Edmund’s Church from 2 to 9 p.m. on Friday, March 30th. A vigil service will be held at 7 p.m. in the church. Burial will take place in the family plot at St. Edmund’s Cemetery.
Father Trombley was born in Ellenburg on July 16, 1939, the son of the late Ellsworth Trombley and Della (LaClair) Trombley. After attending Ellenburg Central School and Mount Assumption Institute in Plattsburgh, Father Trombley entered Wadhams Hall Seminary in Ogdensburg. Upon graduation from Wadhams Hall, Father continued his theology and philosophy studies at Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora. After completing his studies at Christ the King, Father Trombley was ordained a priest on May 22, 1965, at St. Mary’s Cathedral by Bishop Thomas A. Donnellan, bishop of Ogdensburg.
In 1965, Father began his priestly ministry as assistant pastor at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Ogdensburg. A year later he was appointed assistant pastor at St. Alphonsus Church in Tupper Lake where he served until his appointment in 1967 as assistant pastor at Notre Dame Church in Ogdensburg. In 1971, Father Trombley became administrator of St. Mary’s Church in Waddington, then served as assistant pastor at St. Joseph’s Church in Massena.
Father Trombley’s first pastorate was at St. Mary’s Church in Coopersville in 1979. Father was appointed pastor at Sacred Heart Church in Chazy in 1979. Father was named part-time associate at St. Augustine’s Church in Peru in 1986 and then, in 1988, appointed parochial vicar at St. Agnes Church in Lake Placid. Two years later, he become administrator of St. Brendan’s Church in Keene and St. Margaret’s in Wilmington. In 1993, Father Trombley was appointed pastor of St. Paul’s Church, Bloomingdale and its mission of the Church of the Assumption in Gabriels. Father also served as part-time chaplain at Gabriel’s Correctional Facility at that time.
In 1999, Father Trombley was named administrator of St. Edmund’s Church in Ellenburg and assigned as part-time chaplain at Altona Correctional Facility. In May, 2000, he was appointed pastor of St. Edmund’s.
Father Trombley was an associate priest of the Madonna House Apostolate, a lay community in Combermere, Ontario, founded by Catherine de Hueck Doherty. In 1972, Bishop Brzana gave permission for Father Trombley to establish a house of prayer on his family farm in Ellenburg Center. He was the spiritual director of the Our Lady of the Adirondacks House of Prayer at the time of his death.
He is survived by three brothers and a sister-in law, Robert and Debbie Trombley of Wilmington, N.C., Leonard Trombley of Chateaugay Lake and Lester Trombley of Malone; three sisters and brothers-in-law, Doris and Ross Mooney of Plattsburgh, Frances and Norman Tourville of Ellenburg Center and Joan and Gerald Roberts of Mooers; three aunts and an uncle, Rhada Magoon of Ellenburg Center, Hilda and Lewis Duffina of Mooers and Eleanor Gaffney of Wintergarden, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
Memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of the Adirondacks, Inc., Ellenburg Center.
The E.F. Drown Funeral Service in Ellenburg Depot is in charge of arrangements.

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Louis Trombly

Plattsburgh Daily Press TUES. ‘JAN. 19, 1932

Louis Trombly, a native of Altona
and a well known farmer, died
Tuesday morning after a lingering
illness, at the age of 61 years and
six months. He is survived by his
wife and twelve children, six daugh
ters, Mrs. Eliza O’Lena, of Cohoes,
N. Y., Mrs, Lillie Vassar, of Nashua.
N. H., Mrs. Josie Potry, of Lowell,
Mass., and Mrs. Amelia Duby,
of Sciota, N. Y. and the Misses
Lucy and Dora Trombly. William
Prank, Isaac, Wilber. Freddie and
Abraham, all of Altona.

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Lucy Trombley


Mrs. Lucy Blow
ALTONA—Mrs. Lucy Blow, 67,
widow of Charles Blow of Altona,
died Sunday at Physicians
Hospital, Plattsburgh.
She was born Jan. 23, 1888,
in Nashua, N.H., a daughter of
Abraham and Mary (Deyo)
Her husband died in 1949
Mrs.Blow is survived by four
daughter. Mrs. Viola Harvey, Mrs
Clarence(Catherine) Peryer
and Mrs Morris (Emerentiana) Mayo
all of West Chazy and Mrs Henry
(Alvina) Blow of Altona, a sister
Mrs Edward Vassar of Altona,
two brother Frank Trombley of
Moores, and Abraham Trombley
of Beekmantown; 10 grandchil-
dren, and 10 great-grandchil-
The body has been taken to
the Altona home of her daugh-:
ter, Mrs. Henry Blow, with
whom she had been living
A Requiem Mass will be celebrated
Wednesday morning at
10 in St looms’ ‘Church. Sciota
Arrangements are by the
Leazott Funeral Home.

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Mary Louise Trombley

Press Republican—MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1968

Mrs. Mary Trombley
Mary Louise Trombley, 53,
widow of Clifford Trombley.
died Saturday at the Physicians
Unit of the Medical Center after
a long illness
She was born in Plattsburgh
on March 27. 1915. the daughter
of Leo and Matilda Duquette
Survivors Include a son .
Robert of Plattsburgh, 2
daughters Mrs Dennis Infantino
of Rochester and Mrs George
Hart of West Chan: Five
brothers. Leon and Walter both
of Plattsburgh. Lorin of Anacin.
Ala. Norman of Peru and
Wilfred of Schenectady Four
sisters. Mrs Edward Gebo of
Cobleskill, Mrs. Clarence Miner
and Mrs Henry Duquette. both
of Plattsburgh, and Mrs
Richard Dixon of Glens Falls.
and nine ggrandchildren
Funeral services will be held
at 9 a.m at St Johns
followed by Interment
In St Peters Cemetery The
body is at  the R.W Walker
Funeral home where friends
may call from 2 -4 and 7-9

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Walter R Trombley

Press Republican THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY.9, 1989

Walter R. Trombley
Ellenburg DEPOT –
Walter R. Trombley, 65, of the
Forest Road, died Wednesday,
Feb. 8, 1989, at CVPH Medical
Center in Plattsburgh.
He was born in Saranac Lake
on July 27. 1923. the son of Leo
and Matilda (Duquette)
Mr. Trombley worked at Diamond
National Paper Company
for five years. McGuire’s
Overhead Door Company for 15
years, until 1973. and then al
Pole Lite Company in Champlain
until retiring in 1978 due to illness.
He was a member of St. Edmund’s
Church in Ellenburg
Depot and the Knights of Columbus
in Ellenburg Depot.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Bertha Nephew of Ellenburg
Depot: four sons, Arnold
and Wayne, both of Keeseville.
Terry of Barto, Pa., and Kenneth
of Plattsburgh; six daught
ers  , Mrs. Martin (Betty)
Gregory Jr. of Ellenburg Center,
Mrs . Eugene (Isabelle)
Cassavaugh of Lewis, Mrs
Michael (Joyce) Hanen of Orlando,
Fla., Mrs. Ronald (Sandra)
King of Ellenburg Depot, Mrs
Arnold (Sharon) King of West
Chazy and Joan Trombley of
Orlando. Fla,; a brother. Loren
Trombley of Pensacola. Fla..
three sisters, Mrs. Clarence
(Margaret) Miner of Plattsburgh,
Mrs. David (Florence) Supernaw
of Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. Betty
Dickson of Glens Falls; 22
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
Calling hours will be held today
from 2 to 4 and 7. to 9 p.m.
at the R.W. Walker Funeral
Home. A Mass of Christian
burial will be celebrated on Friday
at 10 a.m. at St. Peter’s
Church in Plattsburgh with the
Rev. Gilbert Menard, pastor of
St . Edmund’s Church,
celebrating the Mass. Entombment
will be in Whispering
Maples Mausoleum in Plattsburgh

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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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Norman H Trombley

Press-Republican—Tuesday, September 16,1980

Norman H. Trombley
PHOENIX. Ariz. — Norman H.
Trombley died Friday at John C.
Lincoln Hospital in Phoenix. He
was born Jan. 16, 1926 in Plattsburgh,
the son of Leo and Matilda
(Duquette) Trombley.
Mr. Trombley moved to Phoenix
in December 1979. He had worked
for W.A. Bushey and Sons, contractors,
for 20 years. He was a
member of St. Peter’s Church.
He was a member of the Rod &
Gun Club of Peru.
His survivors include his wife,
the former Betty Swan of Phoenix;
one son, Norman J. Trombley of
Phoenix; three daughters, Carol.
Christine and Sheila Trombley of
Phoenix; three brothers. Walter
Trombley of Lewis.N.Y.. Leon
Trombley of Plattsburgh and Lorn
of Panama City. Fla.; four sisters,
Mrs. Clarence (Margaret) Miner
and Mrs. David (Florence) Supernault.
both of Plattsburgh. Mrs.
Richard (Betty) Dickson of Hudson
Falls, and Mrs. Edward (Norma)
Devo of Cobleskill; and one grandson.
Calling hours will be held tonight
from 7 to 9 at the R.W. Walker
Funeral Home. Funeral services
will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St.
Peter’s Church. Burial will follow
in the parish cemetery

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Edna Trombley

Press Republican Friday , May 6, 1966

Mrs Eli LaClair

Eli  Edna LaClair. 75. died
Thursday at her home in Ellenburg
She was born Sept 22. 1890
the daughter of .Joseph and
Amelia LaBombard Trombley.
Surviving are her husband
Eli her mother. Mrs Amelia
Trombley one daughter. Mrs
Eula Smith of Ellenburg Center
Also seven sons. Floyd of
Port Crane. Lawrence. Oby, and
Ovid of Ellenburg Center Ray
of Churubusco Owen of Rodchester,
and Maynard of Utica.
three sisters. Mrs Eli Poupore
and Mrs George Milier of
Churubusco. and Mrs Patrick
Whaler, of Ellenburg Center 45
grandchildren and 29 greatgrandchildren
The body is at the residence
Funeral services will be Monday
morning at  9 30 at  St Edmund’s

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