Jaime Trabbold Obituary,  Death – Jaime M. Trabbold (née Amorosi), a resident of “Maple Shade,” passed away on Saturday, December 10, 2022 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She had been a resident of “Maple Shade” for many years. She had been battling breast cancer for a very long period and was a really brave fighter against the disease during her entire ordeal. During that time period, she was only 39 years old. Even though she was born in Mt. Holly on June 26, 1983, she has spent her entire childhood in Maple Shade. Jaime was a courageous warrior who did not give up the fight at any point.
He will be remembered by a great many people, in a great many different ways. This is how he will be remembered. She was a one-of-a-kind woman who was a passionate advocate for the mental health of children who had unique needs. She was a champion for these children. She was kind, loving, and sensitive, and she was a woman who stood out from the crowd thanks to her unique qualities. She was well-known for her amazing expertise in the field of photography, as well as for her active involvement with ” A Place to Go ” and the “Police Benevolent Association ” in Maple Shade. In addition, she was well-known for her charitable work in the community.
She was a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend to everyone, and she will be remembered as such in her hometown of Maple Shade and beyond for many years to come. She was a devoted mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Those whose lives she changed will carry her legacy with them forever in their hearts. Beloved wife of Christopher Trabbold for the past eight years, dedicated and loving mother to Ronnie and Brittany, dear daughter of Michael and Nancy Amorosi, loving daughter-in-law of Linda Trabbold (the late Kevin), caring sister of Ken and Erin Amorosi, loving aunt to Dylan and Lily, adoring granddaughter to Martin and Nelly Arnold and the late Pete and Joan Amorosi, dear niece of Nelly and Mark Dixon, Pete Amorosi, Martin Arnold There will be a viewing for Jaime and a meeting with her family on the evening of Thursday, December 15 from 5-9 pm at the MARK C.
TILGHMAN FUNERAL HOME, which is located at 38 N. Forklanding Road in the neighborhood of Maple Shade. The address of this establishment is as follows: The memorial service honoring her life will be place behind closed doors. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be sent to “Jaime’s Warrior Fund,” which can be sent to 103 West Woodlawn Avenue, Maple Shade, New Jersey 08052. These contributions will be used in the years to come to continue her legacy of charity giving.