OBITUARY

Robert J. Tringali

April 1, 1936January 2, 2021
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Robert Joseph Tringali Dearest Husband of Barbara Tringali. Loving Father to Russell Tringali, Deborah S. (Mike) Colombo, Cheryl L. (Ken) Joyce. Grandfather of Dustin Kirkpatrick, Dillion Tringali, Michelle (Ross) Kasmann, Tabatha (Ben) White, Tiffany (Doug) Werle, and Roland Colombo. Great Grandfather to Douglas, Liam and Hayden Werle, Elijah and Alexandria Kasmann, Kohen and Parker White, and Michael and Reagan Colombo. Dear brother of Kathy Key, uncle, great uncle and friend to many. He is preceded in death by his parents, Samuel and Virginia Tringali.

Robert was born in St. Louis and spent 35 years in the U.S. Military and Missouri National Guard. He also served as a security guard for Midwest Bankcentere for 20 years.

There will be a visitation for friends and family at Hoffmeister South County Chapel, on Sunday January 10, 2021, from 4pm until 7pm. Followed by a Celebration of Life Service at 7pm. Burial with full Military Honors will take place at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery on Monday January 11, 2021.

  • FAMILY

  • Barbara Tringali, Wife
  • Russell Tringali, Son
  • Deborah S. (Mike) Colombo, Daughter
  • Cheryl L. (Ken) Joyce, Daughter
  • Dustin Kirkpatrick, Grandson
  • Dillion Tringali, Grandson
  • Michelle (Ross) Kasmann, Grandaughter
  • Tabatha (Ben) White, Grandaughter
  • Tiffany (Doug) Werle, Grandaughter
  • Roland Colombo, Grandson
  • Our dear Great Grandfather to Douglas, Liam and Hayden Werle, Elijah and Alexandria Kasmann, Kohen and Parker White, and Michael and Reagan Colombo. Dear brother of Kathy Key, uncle, great uncle and friend to many. He is preceded in death by his parents, Samuel and Virginia Tringali.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, January 10, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life

    Sunday, January 10, 2021

Memories

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Edmund Beckette

January 12, 2021

Bob, thank you for your service and sacrifices associated with your military service, you were always an inspiration to those of us who served with you. We shared many great experiences while serving together in the 35th Engineer Brigade at JB. Your attitude and smile were contagious and bring to mind the old Irish saying: "Those who bring Sunshine to the lives of others, can not keep it from themselves." -- Blessings and Prayers - BG (R) E. Tracy Beckette

Bud Goeckeler

January 11, 2021

Barb and family, very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing. Always enjoyed seeing him at Midwest Bank Centre and chatting with him. Hope you find some peace and comfort in this difficult time.

Gregory Smith

January 10, 2021

Bob and I first met in early 1970 at the old Market Street Armory where he served in the 204th Military Police Battalion as a full time Guardsman. We served together off and on over the next 23 years. Bob was an outstanding soldier who could always be counted upon to accomplish the mission with a smile on his face. He was a great teacher enabling many of us to become better and more professional in our roles. He is safely at rest in the Mansions of the Lord regaling the other members with humorous stories.

Christy Nardi

January 7, 2021

My deepest sympathy Barb and family ~
I worked with Bob at the bank and he was such a wonderful person… Not only would he make you feel safe and secure he was a friend. I will forever remember my hubby & me meeting up with him and Barb in Las Vegas… That was so fun and I can’t go to or even think about Vegas without that memory which I will cherish forever. RIP Bob, you will be truly missed.

Eric Whitford

January 7, 2021

I had the pleasure of working in our Lemay office with Bob for about 5 years. I could always count on him for a good, laid-back conversation. He was always very sincere and interested in what you had going on in life. I especially enjoyed talking Cardinals baseball with him. He will be missed.

DEBI BRIDGES

January 7, 2021

THE JIM PERKS FAMILY SENDS OUR CONDOLENCE TO THE TRINGALI FAMILY. BOB WORKED WITH MY DAD AT MIDWEST BANK IN SECURITY FOR SEVERAL YEARS. MY DAD HAD PASSED AWAY DEC.15, 2019.

Shawna Spirk

January 7, 2021

I met Bob at Midwest BankCentre. We would chat when it was slow and he would tell me stories about his life and travels. He always made me feel comfortable asking questions and was more than happy to explain things to me. Bob was the type of guy that if you got to know him he felt like family and always made you feel safe. I will miss randomly running in to him (after he retired), catching up and that big smile he always had when he was excited to tell a story.

Lauren Kalbfleish

January 6, 2021

If I liked VO Manhattans, I would pour one to toast you. Thanks for always being so thoughtful and caring to so many generations of ‘Us Rizzo kids’. Rest In Peace, Bob! ❤️

Brittany Menego

January 6, 2021

My deepest condolences. I meet Bob as I worked at Midwest BankCentre as a personal banker. He was always there to offer a smile, some kind words of advice, or to step in when you needed him to stand up for you. He was an amazing man and he made a difference to every soul he meet. RIP!

Laura Warren

January 5, 2021

If I had not met this man I would never have become an officer in the MONG. I owe you my dear friend. You were the best.

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