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

PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBLICAN —MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1964

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)
Trombley.
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-
dren.
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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Dora M Trombly

Press-Republican—Friday, March 8,1985
Dora M Vassar
ALTONA — Mrs Dora M.
Vassar, 92, of Route 191 died
Tuesday morning, March 5,1985.
at the CVPH Medical Center.
She was born in Sciota on
March 5, 1893. the daughter of
Lewis and Mary (Deyo)
Trombly.
Her husband, Edward Vassar,
died on Nov. 4,1965.
Mrs. Vassar was a lifelong
resident of Altona and cared for
foster children for 30 years. She
was a member of St. Louis de
France Church in Sciota and the
Altar-Rosary Society of the
church.
Survivors include a son. Leon
Vassar of Altona; two grandchildren,
Larry Vassar and Mrs.
..Gary (Lynn) Rock, both of
Altona; a foster-granddaughter.
Mrs. Timothy (Carol) Chappie of
Plattsburgh six great grandchildren
and several
nieces and nephews.
Calling hours are today from 2
to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Leazott
Funeral Home in Altona.
Members of the Altar-Rosary
Society of St. Louis de France
Church will meet this evening at
7:30 at the funeral home.
A mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated Saturday at 11
a.m. at St. Louis de France
Church in Sciota.
Burial will be in the spring in
the family plot in the parish
cemetery

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W. Armand Trombly

Press Republican WEDNESDAY, .
MARCH 11, 1992

W Armand Trombly

Chateaugay-W Armand Trombly
64 of Lacount Road Chateaugay
died Monday March 9 1992 at
Alice Hyde Memorial Hospital
in Malone
He was born March 20 1927
in Ellenburg the son of William
and Verconda (Peets) Trombly
Mr Trombly owned and operated
a dairy farm in Chateaugay for
 many years. He
was a member of the Chateaugay
Fire Department for over 20
– years. He was also a member of
the the John E. Harrica American
Legion Post 875, the Veterans
of Foreign Wars and a
former member of the Biship
Wadhams Council Knights of
Columbus. Mr. Trombley was a
member of several hunting clubs
in the area including the
Johnston Hunting Club. He served
in the U.S. Army during the
Korean conflict.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Marilyn Higgins whom he
married Aug 18. 1961, in
Chateaugay; two sons, William
Trombly of Chateaugay and
James Jones of Burke; one
daughter, Mrs Brian (Mary)
Brackett of Virgina Beach, Va
two brothers Lloyd Trombley of
Orlando Fla and Ross Trombley of
chateaugay, Three sisters
Mrs. Donald (Madora)
Patnode, Mrs. Elmer (Jean)
Mainville of Malone, Mrs. Vivian
Bilow of Orlando, Fla.; five
grandchidren and several nieces
and newphews A brother, Eldon
Trombly, died earlier.
There will be no calling hours
A funeral will be held Thursday
at 1 p.m. in St. Patrick’s Church,
Chateaugay, with the Rev. Fay
W. Ager celebrating the Mass of
Christain burial. Burial will be
at a later date in St. Patrick’s
Church of Chateaugay. Memorial
donations may be made to the
Chateaugay Fire Dept Funeral
arrangements are by Chateaugay
Funeral Home.

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Eldon Trombly

Press Republican Saturday. November 3, 1973

Eldon Trombly
TAMPA, Fla. — Eldon J.
Trombly, 53, died here Thursday.
He was born in 1926, the son of
William and Verconda (Peets)
Trombly. He was a farmer and
truck driver who lived in Ellenburg
Depot, N. Y., until about a year ago.
He was employed by the Ellenburg
Agway Cooperative, and Smith
Transport Ltd. in Rouses Point,
NY
He Is survived by his wfe, the
former Eleanor LaClair, of Winter
Garden, Fla.;his mother,, who
resides in Chateaugay, N.Y.; three
sisters, . Mrs. Donald (Madora)
Patnode of Chateaugay, Mrs.
Gerald (Vivian) Bilow of West
viile, N.Y., and Mrs. Elmer (Jean)
Mayville Jr.of Malone, N.Y.; three
brothers, Armand and Ross Trom-
bly of Cheateaugay and Lloyd
Trombly of Winter Garden Fla Two
sons, Allen Trombly of Rochester
N:Y. and Randy Trombly of
Plattsburgh, N. Y., three grandchildren
and several aunts and uncles.
Funeral -services will be at the
Church of the Resurrection in
Winter Garden Monday at 10 a.m.
Burial will be in the parish
cemetery

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