Catherine Trimble obit, widow of John Trimble March 30, 1935
pas- pastor; curate. pastor, 9.15, p. pastor.-Morning Memorial Cen- New her Mrs Catherinr Trimble of mrs. uatnerme i rimoie Dies in Renfrew Home widow of John H. Trimble, and of the most highly esteemed residents of the Renfrew section, died this morning shortly after 9 o'clock at home, 34 Hurt street, following an llness which resulted from a dislocated dislocated hip which she received In a n her home a year ago next Tuesday. Mrs. Trimble was bom in Ireland and came to this town as a child, set,Ung in the Renfrew section where she had since resided. Sfie was a .houghtful neighbor and a kind friend and was deeply devoted to home and fanilly. Mrs. Trimble was a devout member of St. Thomas church. She was also a member the Rosary society of the church of the Auxiliary to William.T. Dougas post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of which her son, Edward A. was commander last year. Besides Edward, she leaves two other sons, John T. Trimble of own and William Trimble of Troy, f. Y., and a brother, John Dwyer jreenwich, N. Y. The funeral will probably be held on Monday morning at 9 o'clock St. Thomas church.