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Judy T. ( nee Trino )
Passed away peacefully on July 24, 2018 at her home with her cherished husband David and loving daughter Judilynn McDermott at her side. Judy was born on June 20,1938 in Utica New York the oldest child of Victor and Mary (Rizzo) Trino. She graduated from Rome Free Academy in 1956 and on April 27,1957 she was united in marriage to David C.Greene
at St. Johns church in Rome, New York , a loving union of 61 plus years. Surviving beside her husband David and loving daughter Judilynn (James), are her sister Mary Angela (WilliamToms) Keene N H , brothers Victor (Suzy) Terra Verde FL and Joseph ( Mary )Amelia Island,FL , her grandchildren ; Matthew McDermott, Natalie Balthrop,
Jamie McDermott, Breanne (Zack)Terakedis and Gregory McDermott : great grandchildren : Zoe, James , and Alexandra Carden Terakedis and Valentina McDermott ; six nieces and five nephews.
She is predeceased by a grandson Carden John McDermott.
Foremost Judy was a loving dedicated wife and mom, equally proud Nana and devoted sister and aunt. Anyone fortunate to know her was immediately touched by her sincere kindness, warmth and compassion. Judy was proud of her Italian heritage and truly was full of love and passion. She had exquisite style, strength and grace. A fierce competitor with her famous mantra “COMING BACK”!
From the early 70’s she was committed to volunteer work at the weekly sing along at Friends Hall, and assisted in the resettlement of Vietnamese families who arrived in the Exton area .
Judy is a 1988 graduate of Immaculata University where she earned honors in Sociology . She enjoyed a twelve year career as a case worker for COSA in Delaware County helping the elderly and less fortunate.
After her retirement in 2000 she and Dave retired to Hershey’s Mill in East Goshen Township . Life at the Mill found Judy enjoying bridge and tennis with many of her friends. She loved a great round of Sunday morning golf with Dave. Many trips and holidays were treasured with family in Wisconsin, New Hampshire , Florida, Italy, and London along
with 15 great years at Sea Colony in Bethany Beach, DE.
Internment is private and a celebration of Judys life with her family and special friends which will be held later in August.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation in Judy’s name to your local hospice, or the Penn Medicine Neighborhood Hospice in West Chester. Dave and Judilynn would like to express their deepest thanks to the Neighborhood Hospice gifted “Team C” and in particular Katherine Broadbent who lovingly guided us thru Judy’s graceful ending journey.
795 E. Marshall Street Suite 204, West Chester PA 19380