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Schimunek Funeral Home

9705 Belair Rd, Nottingham, MD

OBITUARY

Vincent John Trombetta, Sr.

December 3, 1932March 20, 2020

On March 20, 2020, Vincent John Trombetta, Sr. passed away. He was the beloved husband, of 64 years, of Nancy Trombetta (nee Giorgilli) ; devoted father of James V. Trombetta and his wife Kelly, Michael P. Trombetta and his wife Donna, Vincent J. Trombetta, Jr. and his partner Andrew Lambrow, and Frank P. Trombetta; cherished grandfather of BriAnne Skowron and her husband Michael, Steven Trombetta and his wife Kate, Daniel Trombetta and his wife Samantha, Michael Trombetta, Jr., and Amanda Trombetta; loving great- grandfather of Owen, Louise, Harvey, Troy, and Eve Trombetta, and Brady and Adriana Skowron; dear brother of John Trombetta, Jr. and the late Philip Trombetta. Vincent played football for Mt. St. Joe where he made the All-Maryland Football Team, Catholic American Football Team, and received the McCormick Unsung Hero Award. He also played at Virginia Military Institute and for the U.S. Army while serving in Germany during the Korean War. Vincent was also a member of the Bricklayer’s and International Union. Services and interment will be private. Memorial donations may be made in Vincent’s name to Annunciation Church, 5212 McCormick Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21206.

  • FAMILY

  • Nancy Trombetta (nee Giorgilli), Wife
  • James V. Trombetta and his wife Kelly, Son
  • Michael P. Trombetta and his wife Donna, Son
  • Vincent J. Trombetta, Jr. and his partner Andrew Lambrow, Son
  • Frank P. Trombetta, Son
  • BriAnne Skowron and her husband Michael, Grandchild
  • Steven Trombetta and his wife Kate, Grandchild
  • Daniel Trombetta and his wife Samantha, Grandchild
  • Michael Trombetta, Jr., Grandchild
  • Amanda Trombetta, Grandchild
  • Owen Trombetta, Great Grandchild
  • Louise Trombetta, Great Grandchild
  • Harvey Trombetta, Great Grandchild
  • Troy Trombetta, Great Grandchild
  • Eve Trombetta, Great Grandchild
  • Brady Skowron, Great Grandchild
  • Adriana Skowron, Great Grandchild
  • John Trombetta, Jr., Brother
  • The late Philip Trombetta, Brother
  • DONATIONS

  • Annunciation Church

Services

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Julius Fischer

March 25, 2020

What a huge blessing Mr. Vince was in my life. As a teenager, all I wanted to do was play keyboards in a band. When the possibility came up to play with Revolution the fact that Mr. Vince was driving us to the gigs, and watching out for us so that nobody caused trouble for us and that we wouldn't get in trouble was what convinced my parents that it would be ok. He was not just present at the gigs, he was involved and talked with the adults who ran the gigs to get an idea of what we needed to do to put ourselves out in front of the pack, he ran interference for us, he kept us in line and encouraged us. I think that the idea that became the Kiss show started with him. The dynamic duo of Mr. Vince and Mrs. Nancy at the helm couldn't be beat. My heart is just full of memories and appreciation for all that he was to me, and I will forever be grateful.

Nancy Trombetta

March 24, 2020

Dear Vince,
I will always remember how much we loved one another.
For 64 years you were my soul mate. I miss you so much.
You were a wonderful husband and father to our four boys.
I will remember your smile and handsome face and the happy days that we shared.
Rest in peace. God is with you.
Love,

Your wife, Nancy

Jean Bocek

March 23, 2020

My sincere condolences to Nancy and the boys our former neighbors for many years our children grew up together. So sad to hear of Vince’s passing. God bless you all during the difficult days ahead.

Diane Ohms

March 22, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss. I will always remember those times shoveling snow and sharing very bad jokes. If you need anything at all, please don't hesitate to ask.

Bill Bertazon

March 22, 2020

To Nancy and Sons, please accept our deepest and sincere condolences on Vince’s passing. We’re truly sorry that under the circumstances we couldn’t pay our respect to you personally. I know Vince is in good company with his neighborhood pals and family.

Bill and Mary Lou Bertazon

Cindy Cirri

March 22, 2020

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Vince was a remarkable man and will truly be a blessed spirit. He will always be remembered for his sense of humor and his compassion he has shown others.

Much Love,

Cindy and Dennis Cirri

Helen Schwarz

March 22, 2020

I was very sorry to read of Vince's passing. I will always remember his telling of jokes and the enjoyable times we had in Frank and Eleanor's backyard. I know they are having a good Italian feast in Heaven right now. Fondly remembering all of you. Helen (Eleanor's best friend)

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY