Thursday, December 10, 2009

The Passing of Maydelle G. Trambarulo

Maydelle G. Trambarulo, 79, of Monroe Township, passed away peacefully Saturday, Dec. 5, 2009, at home. Born in Danville, Ky., she lived in Red Bank for over 40 years. She was active in St James Church, Red Bank, where she was also a realtor for many years. She was a member of the Altar Rosary Society, the Red Bank Board of Education, the Shrewsbury Garden Club, and the Bell Labs Friendship Group.

She is survived by Ralph, her devoted husband of 53 years; three daughters, Anne Haines, Alice Wright, and Margaret Goss; two sons-in-law, John Haines and Dave Goss; a son, Paul, his partner, Brian Pincin; and seven grandchildren, John, Daniel and Stephen Haines, Ali and Ryan Wright, and Briyah and Twia Goss.

Memorial donations may be made to the Christian Appalachian Project either by phone @ 866-270-4227 or online @

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StandUp said...

My thoughts and prayers are with the Trambarulo family.

Betty said...

I am glad for Maydelle that she was able to be at home and surrounded by her family.

Sue said...

Deepest sympathies to Maydelle's family you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sylvia said...

I am so sorry for your loss.

Elaine said...

As we think about Maydelle's passing, I am reminded of the picture on the NASGA website of Maydelle's family surrounding her on her day of freedom from guardianship.

The smiles were mile wide and Maydelle's was the widest.

She was so lucky to have such a family who didn't give up until they freed her.

The Trambarulo family is in my thoughts.

Max said...

There can't be much worse than losing your Mother. I am so sorry for your loss.

And I know that Maydelle is in a safe place, watching from above.

Nancy said...

I saw the Fox report featuring Maydelle Trambarulo and her daughter, Ann. I remember the guardian's shiftiness and evasiveness when questioned by the reporter. And I celebrated Maydelle's freedom from him and her return home to her family.

God bless her.

Nasga Member said...

Thinking of you, Anne.

jerri said...

so sorry for your loss annie your mom was very fortunate to have you as her daughter you gave her the best gifts family and time