James Joseph Trabosh Sr.

Born: Tue., Sep. 23, 1930
Died: Fri., Apr. 5, 2019


Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 AM Wed., Apr. 10, 2019
Location: St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church


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James J. Trabosh, Sr., age 88, of Palo Alto, PA passed away Friday, April 5th, 2019 at The Gardens at York Terrace in Pottsville,.

Born in Pottsville, PA on September 23, 1930,  he was the son of the late James V. and Mary (Brennan) Trabosh.

Jim was a graduate of Pottsville High School, class of 1948.  He served in the U.S. Navy as a SK3 during the Korean War from 1950 to 1954. Jim then worked as an Insurance Agent at the Richard B. Ryon Insurance Agency in Pottsville until retiring.

Jim was a former member of the St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in Port Carbon and a member of the St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church in Pottsville. He was a lifemember of the Phoenix Fire Company in Pottsville, a member of the Catholic War Veterans in Pottsville since 1975, a member of the Traveler Protective Association of America for 25 years, and a member of four Senior Golf Leagues. Jim coached basketball and vollyball for CYO for over 40 years and coached vollyball at Nativity B.V.M. High School for 20 years.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Dolores "Dolly" M. (Ondeck) Trabosh, who died on October 24, 2004 and son James J. Trabosh Jr. in 2017.

Jim is survived by son George S. Trabosh and his wife Lucille, Norristown, PA; two grandsons: Stephen and Matthew Trabosh; a granddaughter Regina Trabosh; a great-grandson Lucas Trabosh; sister Jean Brennan, Pottsville; sister-in-law Tina Casey, King of Prussia; and nieces and nephews. 

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at the St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church in Pottsville on Wednesday April 10th at 10AM.

At the request of Jim's family, there will be no visitation or procession from the funeral home to the church.

Interment with Military Honors will be held at the St. Stephen Cemetery in Port Carbon.

 In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Hillside SPCA, P.O. Box 233, Pottsville, PA 17901.

The Robert A Evans Jr Funeral Home, Port Carbon is in charge of arrangements. Please send condolences to www.robertaevansjrfh.com

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Linda Sabol
   Posted Mon April 08, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Jim.We worked together and he recruited me to coach CYO basketball.Please know my prayers are with you.

Barbara
   Posted Mon April 08, 2019
To The Family Of James Joseph Trabosh Sr.: You have my sincere condolences during this sad occasion. The Sovereign Lord Jehovah, is the most high over the entire Universe! He deserves Exclusive Devotion from all of mankind, and Sacred Service to him, and to him alone.

ARE THE DEAD ALIVE SOMEWHERE?

The Bible explains,easy-to-understand terms the condition of the dead. Let's see what the Holy Bible says at Ecc 9:5-" The living are conscious that they will die,but as for the dead,they they are conscious of nothing at all." Is it possible for the dead to have feelings? Ecc 9:6-" "Theit love and their hat and their jealousy have already already perish,and they have no portion anymore to time indefinite in anything that has to be done under the sun."Note, too that Ecc 9:10-" There is no work nor dividing nor knowledge nor wisdom in "Sheol",the place to which you are going." Sheol in the Hebrew language is " man's common grave. You may have other regaled questions such as: How long will I remain in Sheol? Or will I be resurrected? I have a website: www.jw.org for accurate knowledge of The Holy Bible and more Bible Truths!

Louise McNamara Kadingo
   Posted Wed April 10, 2019
Dear George and family,
So very sorry for your loss! Your Dad was an inspiration to so many and my family was grateful for all his dedication with CYO and Nativity Volleyball. Your mom and dad were treasures, now in Heaven together! May your happy memories give you comfort and may your family be blessed with peace during these difficult days ahead. Thinking of you and sorry I can't make it to Mass - you're in my prayers! God Bless!
The Kadingo Family