Tonawanda News


October 30, 2012

Ray A. Trotter


Ray A. Trotter, age 80, of North Tonawanda, October 27, 2012 at his home. Ray was a U. S. Air Force, Korean War veteran. He was retired from Durez and enjoyed golfing, hunting and playing horseshoes.
Beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Pringle) Trotter. Father of Kim (Vicki) Trotter of the Town of Lockport, Tammy Yacos of North Tonawanda, Cathleen (Richard) Mott of Newfane, and the late Deborah VanHorn. Grandfather of Megan and Kaitlyn Trotter, Billy and Vanessa VanHorn, Joey and Cheyenne Yacos. Great-grandfather of Benjamin Trotter. Brother of Excel Trotter, Juanita Looper, Wylie B. (Cotton) Trotter, Geraldine Porter and the late CB, Basil, John B., Frank, Kent and Roger. Uncle of many nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at the Fretthold Funeral Home, Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Rd. in North Tonawanda on Friday from 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home on Friday evening at 8 PM.
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