Gertrude Gabriel Kenyon Trottier
Gertrude Gabriel Kenyon Trottier was born November 7, 1922 in Manchester, New Hampshire and passed away peacefully in her sleep February 3, 2019 in Beaufort, South Carolina.
She was proceeded in death by her husband Armand E. Trottier and her daughter Cheryl Trottier.
Mrs. Trottier grew up during the roaring twenties and the great depression. She was married to Armand E Trottier on Thanksgiving Day 1941 just a few days shy of Pearl Harbor. During WWII she traveled to Beaufort, SC with her husband who was stationed at Parris Island, SC . She also lived in San Diego, California, Ventura, California and Louisiana before moving back to Beaufort with her daughter and son in law. One of the highlights of her life was being invited along with a group of people from the Nashua Police department to the Inauguration of John F Kennedy in 1961.
Mrs. Trottier worked for the Nashua Police department as a Meter Maid and Crossing Guard for 15 years and she also worked at Royal Business Forms of Nashua as a proof reader. After retirement she enjoyed playing golf, shooting pool and she played a mean game of Poker.
Mrs. Trottier is survived by children Diane Molsberry (Dave), Armand M Trottier ( Dorothy), Michael Trottier, 5 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
Services to be determined later.