Guest Book for Richard Joseph Trohaugh

Provided by Redmond Funeral Home Inc,

Posted by: Cindy Kocon
Mon November 30, 2020
Edie and  family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed talking with Rich when he would come to to the office for his chemo treatments. He always smiled anytime he talked about his family. I always asked him if he saw the eagles and their nest on his way down route 28.  He was always upbeat even though I knew he wasn't feeling well. My condolences and prayers for all of you.  Cindy

Posted by: Kimberly (McCurdy) Grech
Mon November 30, 2020
Eddie, Kim and Jaime I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Rich.  I have many memories of him and all of the times I saw him with all of you girls and how great of a father he was.  I am praying for all of you during this time.  Rich may you rest in peace.

Posted by: Linnea Smith (Wagner)
Mon November 30, 2020
Edie and family,
     I’m was so sorry to see this in the paper. I remember when you guys built your house and my occasional visits. I think the thing I remember most when I think of both you and Rich is the tender loving way you both had with Lisa. As a young girl it really influenced me. I think it’s her special needs kids are so very special to me now. You have my deepest sympathy and prayers

Linn Smith (Wagner)

Posted by: Shirley Baker
Mon November 30, 2020
Edie and family I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Lisa and Ike
Mon November 30, 2020
Edie; Kim ,Jamie and extended family,
Sending prayers for all during this difficult time. May the many memories you have comfort you.

Posted by: Jennifer Menzietti
Mon November 30, 2020
Words cannot express my thoughts well so I will simply say how sorry I am to here of Rich’s passing. He was a good man and God truly blessed him with a great loving family. If you need anything, we are all just a few feet to a few minutes away. May God be with you all during this difficult time.

Posted by: Kathy Astor (Seitam)
Tue December 01, 2020
Edie and Girls,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
Rich was a man who always had a smile on his face.  He was never too busy to stop and talk. When I think back to growing up in our neighborhood, I think of Rich mowing the grass, while holding Lisa on his lap.  You two always had time for my many visits...just to talk. Try to take comfort in all your memories.  You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Gary and Kathy

Posted by: Jim & Margie Swartz
Tue December 01, 2020
Edie, Kim and Jamie you have our deepest sympathy. Remember the old days when the girls played softball. Rich was a good husband and a great father. He loved you girls something you can cherish the rest of your life. Rest In Peace my friend.

Posted by: Amy Sawyer
Tue December 01, 2020
When Kim and I were roommates, he was always there to be supportive and showed up in so many ways. I will always appreciate the way I felt welcomed. Much love to the fam, my heart is with you. 💗

Posted by: Rich Baker
Wed December 02, 2020
The Trohaugh Family
So Sorry to Hear of Butchie’s Passing!
I have many Fond Memories of the times
from Saint Philip’s, Crafton High School and
Just Growing up in Crafton and later Ingram
with Butch.(The best two Towns Ever to
Raise a Family!)
We were both in Viet Nam in the Navy about the
same time and Marie and My Mother would Worry
and Pray together!
Your Parents were Great neighbors for My Parents
on West Prospect Ave!
You have Mine and the Baker Families Deepest
May Butch Rest In Peace!

Posted by: Elaine Hamill Stewart
Thu December 03, 2020
Edith,  So sorry to hear of your husband's death.  May God bring you and your family peace and comfort at this time.  Sincere sympathy.  Elaine

Posted by: Jan and Casey Moore
Fri December 04, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with you  and your family.  You have our deepest sympathy.