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Elton Black & Son Funeral Home

3295 East Highland Road, Highland, MI

OBITUARY

Thomas Irving Trombley Sr.

April 7, 1943October 1, 2019

Thomas Irving Trombley Sr., age 76, of Milford, passed away October 1, 2019. Beloved husband of Bonnie. Loving father of Kim (Mike) Lemon, Tammy (Jay) Howie, Tom Jr. (Lisa) Trombley, Tim (Carrie) Trombley, Skip (Diane) Trombley, Brenna (Roger) Crew, Katie (Steven) Lada and Jackee (Stephen) Philley. Proud grandfather and great-grandfather of many. Thomas was preceded in passing by his parents, Harry Sr. and Elvina Trombley; and his siblings, Richard Trombley, Donnie Trombley and Harry Trombley Jr.

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Pam/Norm Reese

October 4, 2019

So sorry for your loss. Tom was a great man and Ridgewood was a reflection of his hard work. Our prayers are with the entire family.
Norm and Pam Reese

Sandy(Hobbs) Price

October 4, 2019

So sorry for your loss, Remember the old days at White Lake. Good memories .

Ed & margo. Supples

October 2, 2019

Our deepest condolences to Bonnie,Tim,Carrie and the entire family.Tom was a wonderful ,kind man.He was always willing to give you a hand,if needed.(Like,getting your mower up to -peters.) He always took time to greet the neighbors with a smile. Our world has lost a great man. Ed & Margo Supples.

KAREN KUTTKUHN

October 2, 2019

Tom will be missed by many of us here at Ridgewood. He was a big part of this community and did his best to make everyone happy. Will miss him as he always drove his truck around this neighborhood smiling and sometimes take a minute to stop and say hi and ask you how things were going. Sad day for this world when he left. Continued prayers for the family.

Jeff Frasier

October 2, 2019

It really hurt to hear the news about Tom's passing. I've always enjoyed our time talking together. The worked he put into this community didn't go unnoticed. There was lots of love for him here at Ridgewood . I'll miss him driving around in his beautiful, black Ford F250. Whenever he would see me washing my car, he wound always say, "My truck is next". I wish I would've taken him up on that. To Bonnie, Tim, and his wife Carrie who I've had the pleasure of knowing, we will be thinking of you. Tom was a great guy.

Love, The Frasier Family

Lynn Obrien

October 2, 2019

Whenever I pass by the Ridgewood Clubhouse, I will always remember Tom, coming and going, working to serve the residents and families who live in the Ridgewood Community.

As a matter of fact, as I walk by the office, I feel Tom's presence, standing by the work truck(s), exuding the professional and caring work ethic that he has shown for many years....

He will be missed and never forgotten.

Kaye Fortenberry

October 2, 2019

So very sorry to hear about Tom! Tom and Bonnie are very special people and Tom will be missed not only by myself but everyone at Ridgewood too! I will miss that big smile, friendly hello and miss seeing him come around the community every morning and evening. My prayers are with Bonnie, Tim, Carrie and the whole Trombley family. May God bring you comfort.

Tami Steiner

October 1, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. I have a few memories from Kalkaska-Mancelona times. They were on the road a lot trucking but when they were home, Tom was quite the character. Seems so long ago. My heart goes out to your family❤️sending you all hugs🤗.
Tami (Stephan) Steiner

Nikkole Shaw

October 1, 2019

Tom was an amazing man. He was so kind and helpful. He is going to be missed dearly.

Tammy Wright-Jewell

October 1, 2019

I remember growing up just down the street from the Trombley family. Tom was so fun to be around. He was always a strong presence in the neighborhood. He was always there it seemed when you need him. Thank you for being a part of my life you will never be forgotten.

FROM THE FAMILY