TROMBLEY - Mass of Christian burial for Laverne E. Trombley was held at St. Patrick's Church on Nov. 28, 2012 at 11 a.m. with Rev. John Looby officiating, concelebrated by Rev. Gerald Cerank. Music was provided by Joe Lewis. Pallbearers were Dustin Bowman, Robert Coupal, Ben Dragoon, Neil, Adam, Brad, Bobby, Josh and Jared Trombley. The pall was placed by his daughters, Amy Dragoon, Sue Davison, Chris Morrison and Diane Coupal. The crucifix was placed by his wife, Theolus Trombley. Readings were done by Debbie Morrison, Beth Trombley and Dustin Bowman. Gifts presented by Kim Dragoon and Brandi Bowman. Family remarks were given by Christy Coupal and Jaime Romano. Burial took place at St. Edmund's Cemetery, Ellenburg. Arrangements were with the Chateaugay Funeral Home.
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