TROMBLY - A funeral service for Donald "Bucket" Trombly of Chazy who died Monday, July 1, 2013, was held on Friday at Sacred Heart Church in Chazy. A Mass of Christian burial was concelebrated by Rev. Roger McGuiness, Pastor of St. Joseph's Church in West Chazy, Rev. William Gordon, retired, and Rev. William Reamer, chaplain at the CVPH Medical Center. The pall was placed on the casket by his children, Randy Trombly, Sheila Bull and Susan Correia. The crucifix was lovingly placed by his wife, Betty Trombly. Readings were done by Cecile Branon and Carlton "Bucky" Bull and the gifts were presented by granddaughters, Maegan Bull, Lexi Trombly and Nichole Duhring. Words of Remembrance were given by Dick West and Susan Correia. Organist was George Shnob and soloist was Adam Emery. Pallbearers were grandsons, Nathan Bull, Matthew Bull, Connor Trombly, Ryan Steele, Brent Steele, and brother-in-law, Tom Branon. Burial followed in the parish cemetery where Rev. McGuiness and Rev. Gordon recited committal prayers. Arrangements are in the care of the R.W. Walker Funeral Home, 69 Court St. Plattsburgh, 563-1760.
- Athletes set for 16th edition of Ironman Lake Placid The professionals will get started at 6:20 a.m. with the age-group athletes will begin at 6:30 a.m. using a rolling start during Saturday's Ironman Lake Placid.
Police: Pickup clocked at 80 mph before double fatal
Authorities say Trevor J. Sisto showed no remorse after leading police on chase in Lake Placid, North Elba, ending in death of Potsdam couple.
DA: Trombly manslaughter case not over
Awaiting new trial date from Clinton County Court after mistrial declared Friday.
Ironman draws nearly 20,000 to Lake Placid
A record crowd expected, 3,300 volunteers are ready, and five captains earn Ironman grants for charity.
Natural-gas service to expand in Town of Plattsburgh
Public Service Commission gave OK; details yet to come.
New trails open at Fort Ti
Visitors to Fort Ticonderoga can now hike and canoe the national historic landmark's grounds and waterways.
Of Interest: June 29, 2013
Take a brief look at news of note around the North Country.
Doheny endorses Stefanik
Still on Independence ballot but won't campaign for 21st Congressional District seat against Republican who defeated him in primary.
Four arrested on heroin, cocaine charges
All accused of felonies, arraigned and sent to Clinton County Jail.
Minerva man charged with sex abuse
William C. Smith, 47, worked as a custodian and bus driver at Minerva Central School.
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