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Stella TrepadoMarch 16, 1923 ~ December 9, 2017 (age 94)
Stella B. Trepado passed away in extreme tranquility on December 9, 2017.She was the devoted wife to her loving husband, Antonio R. Trepado for fifty-six years.Stella was born in La Plume, PA on March 16, 1923, the daughter of the late Petrona & Charles Beinar.Her work career at Davis and Geck spanned 27 years within the company’s Quality Control Department, retiring in 1981.Stella was a kind and generous person to all that knew her. She was especially giving to her numerous“Adopted” nieces, nephews & special friends.Stella was rather quiet, but when inspired would always speak kindly of those she encountered through her long life. She was always ready to join family gatherings, but would remain in the background happily choosing to listen to the chatter that went on around her.Stella will be sincerely missed by those in her life that she touched. It is rare that a lady of such demeanor passes this way in such silence, but still has a lasting effect even after she has peacefully gone.
Stella is survived by an especially caring God son, Robert D. Botelho, his equally caring sister Elizabeth G. Kuzniewski as well as all of the Manuel V. Botelho Family.Stella is survived by numerous nieces and nephews; Roger Paris, Barbara Jackson, Joyce Kronhaus, Merle Montiforte, Meg Jackson, Richard Morgan & Carol Black.A special thanks to Jean Dinh, her very special care-giver. She was pre-deceased by four sisters & one brother.
A funeral mass will be held on Thursday December 14, 2017 10:30 Am at St Peter Church (104 Main St). Family and friends may visit Danbury Memorial Funeral Home Wednesday December 13,2017 from 4 to7pm (117 South St Danbury).In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in her memory to Regional Hospice and home care 30 Milestone Rd Danbury Ct 06810 or to Interlude Inc. 19 Cleveland St Danbury Ct 06810. To light a candle or to send a condolence please visit www.danburymemorial.com
Regional Hospice & Home Care
30 Milestone Rd., Danbury CT 06810