Matthew Alan Trombly, born on April 4th, 1984, passed away on October 6th, 2020 as a result of sudden cardiac arrest. He was the loving husband of Maggie Morris Trombly, the devoted father of their beautiful children, Grace Trombly and Max Trombly, the proud son of Philip and Denise Trombly, and the caring brother of Jessica Trombly and Andrew Trombly.
Matthew grew up in Nashua, NH and attended St Christopher’s Elementary School, Nashua Catholic Junior High, and graduated from Bishop Guertin High School. He attended and graduated from Florida State University where he met and eventually married his wife, Maggie.
As a young man out of College, Matt’s entrepreneurial skill led him to create a business, American New Energy, a leading consulting firm specializing in a wide variety of energy related services. He earnestly built his business to provide for his young family.
Matt’s life could be characterized by an intense need to protect those he loved, a strong compassion for those less fortunate, a passion for sports, especially his beloved Florida State Seminoles, an enjoyment for creating culinary masterpieces, a desire to engage in spirited debates, and a great need to always be prepared.
Besides his wife, children, parents, and siblings, Matt is survived by his grandfather, Maurice Trombly, his wife’s parents, Walter and Diane Morris, many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his loyal and trusted group of friends.
Matt will forever be missed but always remembered for his unwavering love of his family, his generosity, his ambition, and his commitment to his cherished friendships.
“The ones we love never go away. They walk beside us even on this day. Unseen, unheard, yet always near. Still loved, still missed, and very dear.”
In loving memory, you will forever be in our hearts.
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