Bernard "Bernie" Trombino

11 March, 19399 October, 2020
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Bernard "Bernie" Trombino, age 81, of Maspeth, New York, passed away on Friday, October 9, 2020. He was born March 11, 1939 in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Brooklyn, Bernie was an avid coin collector and car enthusiast who can tell the make and year of any vintage automobile just by looking at a cars headlights.

Bernard was an active Mason of the Lessing Lodge, where he served as a loyal friend and mentor. He especially enjoyed participating in local charity work through the lodge over the years. Bernard was a practicing Catholic and parishioner of Our Lady of Hope church in Middle Village. He worked for Queens County Savings Bank, Chemical Bank and Lindys Car Service.

In retirement, Bernard spent much of his time talking with his neighbors family and friends, he always kept his door open for anyone who wanted to stop by. He will truly be missed

Bernard was preceded in death by his parents Ferdinand and Bena Trombino; and two brothers: Anthony and John Trombino. He is survived by his adoring wife, Barbara; loving sons Keith, Craig, and Christopher (Jennifer) Trombino, granddaughter Ada Trombino; and two sister-in-laws: Anna and Antoinette Trombino.

A visitation for "Bernie" will be Thursday, October 15, 2020 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, with the Vigil beginning at 3:00 PM, at Palm Boulder Highway Mortuary, 800 South Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV 89015. A funeral mass will occur Friday, October 16, 2020 at 10:00 AM at St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, 204 S Boulder Hwy, Henderson, NV 89015. Bernie will be laid to rest privately at a later date in New York.

Due to Covid-19, all government restrictions will be in place, and all guests in attendant will be required to wear masks.

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Karen Hopkins

17 October 2020

Dearest Barbara & Boys,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I always loved when I'd visit Aunt Janice and Uncle Al and you guys were there at the same time! Or, remember the trip to Ocean City?? I'd think "Who could be having more fun than us today?" Bernie's smile and warmth will always be remembered and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Love, Karen


17 October 2020

Uncle's two favorite cars he owned. Would pin you back in the seat! '63 Catalina, 67 Firebird 400. Loved those cars. Could not wait for UB to visit and give me a ride.

Rosemary Vitrano

15 October 2020

We had a lot of fun growing up in Brooklyn and kerhonhson my you were a big tease to Anita and me but we still loved you. My son Robert remembers when you and all family came to visit in n.j and you came in a funeral hurst. you now have peace see you soon to Barbara Chris and Craig and family

Claudia Englehardt

15 October 2020

Dear Aunt Barbara, Keith, Craig & Chris,
My deepest condolences to you , Uncle Bernie was such a great person. I have so many memories of him always joking around, taking off his fingers, pulling coins from behind our ears which never got old, and always smiling. He is my mom’s first cousin and there are many stories of him getting into trouble and of being mischievous. He will be missed but I know he is in great hands.
All my love

Margaret Catanese

15 October 2020

I will miss you Uncle Bernie and all your cute jokes. I know you are surrounded by lots of love up in heaven and may the angels surround you with all their love. Love Margie, Kevin and Skylar

Wayne Wesch

14 October 2020

Uncle Bernie, I’m so sorry you had to leave us, but I will always remember the good times we had together and your great stories about the good ole days with my dad. I want to thank you for being such a great friend to my mom and dad, and everyone in our family. We will miss you dearly, but I know you will be happy in heaven. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Aunt Barbara, Keith, Craig, Chris and family. From Wayne, Susie and family

Charlie Catanese

14 October 2020

I can remember way back when as a 17 year old when my sister Barbara came home with her boyfriend. We were from Brooklyn on Harmon Street. Regular Brooklyn guys! I take a quick look at this guy and and say to myself “Who does this guy think he is Mr. Wall Street dressed in his suit”. Well I then took a look at the cool firebird he was driving and said “Hey, he’s okay! Years later he became my brother-in-law and by then I knew he was one of us “A Regular Brooklyn guy”. Bernie became a big part of our family with his big smile and OF COURSE his storytelling. He was a regular prankster with all the kids and they all loved him. Bernie held a lot of pride in his love and knowledge of cars. Even recently he would ask my 19 year old grandson”
“ How’s the mustang Mike”. He was a wonderful husband and father and about 4 years ago was blessed with a little angel. His granddaughter Ada! This was one of the happiest days of his life! The apple of his eye. I guess the biggest think that I Loved about Bernie was how very much he loved my sister Barbara and how Happy he made her to the last day. JoAnn and I will miss you Bernie and May you Rest In Peace in the arms of our Lord forever.

Juliann Brace

14 October 2020

RIP Uncle Bernie. I will always remember the fun times we would all have at Uncle Al & Aunt Anna’s. Usually in the basement. You made sure you made us kids laugh & have fun. You were always the biggest kid of all. Love & condolences to Aunt Barbara & your boys. God bless you all❤️

Fred & Susan Trombino

14 October 2020

Dearest Uncle Bernie,
You will surely be missed. You always had a smile and a story. The photo is the last time we saw each other at Zum Stammtisch. We all had a fantastic time. I'm so glad we had a chance to talk, I hope your sitting at that big buffet in heaven with brothers Al and John.

Love Susan and Freddie

Kurt Wesch

14 October 2020

To my Uncle Bernie,
First and foremost thanks for always looking out for my Mom and Dad. I was blessed to have you two doors away from them on 69th Lane.
I am happy that our two families had really become one over our lifetime.
I will miss your stories, laughter and your smiling face.
Aunt Barbara, Keith, Craig and Chris my thoughts and prayers go out to you guys.
We were all lucky to have him in our lives.
Thanks for the memories,
Kurt, Barbara and kids.


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